This super straight and clean short bed has great mechanicals and
cosmetics! The truck is equipped with a brand new Chevrolet engine
built by BluePrint Engines, Kearney, Ne. which is still under
warranty with dyno sheets showing 436 hp and 451 lbs of torque. The
Turbo 350 three speed automatic transmission was rebuilt with a
stage II shift kit at the time the new motor was installed, as was
side exhaust system. The engine management is done by a FiTech
system with programmable display pad. In addition the truck has a
B&M floor mounted shifter, new carpeting, new upholstery,
relocated fuel tank to behind the rear axle, seat belts, power
steering, front disc brakes, a custom built and professionally
installed sound system with amplifier and subwoofers located behind
the driver's seat.
This truck drives very well, with a comfortable ride and smooth and relentless power. The body gaps are nearly perfect, the paint and chrome are in very good condition, this truck is ready to be enjoyed. It is "turn-key" and will not need work to enjoy it.
This truck is consigned for sale by a motivated seller, is exempt from smog certification, and comes with a clean California title.. Low rate financing is available with rates as low as 3.5% APR with approved credit. You can apply directly on our website (www.lagunaclassiccars.com) by clicking on the "Financing" tab.
We can also arrange delivery to almost anywhere.
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