I need to sells this vehicle ASAP. Make me an offer.
This truck is loaded: This great truck rumbles at idle and really leaps when you hit the throttle. Drive this truck to the local shows and let them drool, be the owner that has spectators want to stop and stare at the pureness of your classic V8 Chevrolet shortbed. Full frame-off restoration, powder coated frame, air ride suspension, notched rear frame, triangulated 4-link, 3” chopped top, Single piece side windows.1990 Silverado split bench seat that has been lowered by 3” to match the top. Painted in Dodge Viper red, The freshly rebuilt Bored 454 Big Block (468 CI) has a Mutha-Thumpr Cam and a Holly 770 Street Avenger carburetor and lots of chrome.
Body: Full frame off resto mod | Powder coated frame | Narrowed Ford 9" rear end | Notched rear frame | Triangulated 4 link suspension | Air ride all around that will drop it to about 2" above the ground | Bed frame raised 3" to allow for dropped rear axle | 15" wide Micky Thompson Sportsman rear wheels and tires | 3” chopped top | tubbed rear wheel wells | Doors shaved with electric door poppers | Single piece windows on the doors | Painted inside and out with Dodge Viper Red | Factory A/C | Tilt steering | New metal includes front fenders, fender wells, hood, passenger bedside, tailgate, rolled tail pan
Engine: 454 Big Block completely rebuilt and bored to 468 CI | Flowtech Ceramic coated Long tube headers and Flowtech mufflers | Electric remote controlled cut-outs | Holly 770 Street Avenger carburetor and Edelbrock aluminum manifold | CompCams Mutha-Thumper cam | Turbo 400 transmission rebuilt with 2600 stall torque converter | Remote controlled electric cutouts | Lots of chrome in engine compartment | Intellitronics digital gauge set
Other (based on negotiated price): Interior and bed to be finished to buyers specs
See the build at http://toomuchhorsepower.com/
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