Finished in Tuxedo Black, this custom 1977 Chevrolet Scottsdale
pickup nicknamed "Kong," underwent a comprehensive frame-off
restoration with a 4x4 conversion. It is powered by a rebuilt 1970
Chevrolet LT-1 350ci V8 engine with a 4-barrel carburetor backed by
a TH400 3-speed automatic transmission. Equipped with a Chevrolet
raised letter valve cover, Optima Performance dry cell battery,
billet aluminum 12-bolt differential covers, Hurst transfer case
shifter, power steering, power brakes as well as long tube headers
with a Gibbons exhaust and Aero stainless-steel mufflers. It rides
on a full custom suspension that features a Skyjacker 6-inch lift,
4-corner Superlift dual shock absorbers, Cal Tracks rear link
system, super lift dual steering dampeners and Warren locking front
hubs. The exterior features RPR side steps, a big block cowl
induction hood, KC Daylighter off-road lights, new chrome and a
custom grille as well as a fully restored oak wood truck bed with
chrome inserts. Additional features include power windows, custom
steering wheel with tilt, full Grizzly chrome roll bar, restored
interior, chrome gas cap, sliding rear window, factory
instrumentation with custom tachometer and new carpet. It rolls on
Mickey Thompson aluminum wheels with monster Mickey Thompson Baja
AT2 LT 375/65/R16 tires. Includes the original window stickers in
the glove compartment.
1977 Chevrolet 1 Ton Pickup
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Model:1 Ton Pickup
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