1952 Chevrolet 3100 Custom Blown Pickup. Stunning yellow paint
w/custom pinstripe on gray cloth/leather buckets, Budnik tilt
wheel, Pioneer custom stereo, power windows, remote locks, Phantom
digital gauges, custom cover, 355 Chevrolet V-8, Magnuson blower,
800 CFM Edelbrock carburetor, aluminum heads, TCI TH350
transmission with Hughes Manual/Auto valve body, B&M ratchet
shifter, '86 Vette IRS with coil overs in the rear with Heidts
stainless tubular A-Arms with coil overs in the front, Wilwood 12"
discs up front with Corvette discs in the back, oak bed with
stainless rails, 20 gallon fuel cell in bed, dual exhaust with
electric cut outs, and polished American Torque Thrust II's on
Nittos, this is one bad boy! cruise the waterfront, win trophies at
the car shows, or smoke every import car at every stoplight!! way
over $50K to build this MONSTER truck, want the best custom truck
around?? better hurry up and get this one before the goofy guy down
the street does! an absolute steal at $37,950.00
A NEGOTIABLE DOCUMENTARY SERVICE FEE OF UP TO ONE HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS MAY BE ADDED TO SALE PRICE. ADD EXPIRES 6/30/2018. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. AUSTIN'S PRO/MAX, 5602 S. TACOMA WAY, TACOMA, WA 98409. 253-472-1709
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