I have a black version of this. Please feel free to set up an appointment to have you mechanic come and check out this truck. The Bosch 2 sensory is already mounted in the left bank of the exhaust. It is good for drag racing and road course. Next up the chain of prestige was the Custom Deluxe, which featured vinyl upholstery, padded arm rests, chrome trim and a special Custom Deluxe emblem. Curb weights ranged from 3,234 pounds for the short-wheelbase chassis and cab to 3,836 pounds for the long-wheelbase Step-Side.
Has proximity sensors installed in rear bumper and wired, just not completed. The license plate went out in 1985, some 30 years ago. Mine has the bench seat, no tach, factory air, tilt wheel steering, 3:42 limited slip, turbo 400. Feel free to message me with any questions. The owner said it got horrible gas mileage and he drove it behind his house and parked it.
I can't remember exactly the years that they were available, but I bet Jeff or Chris can. This truck has been garage kept since the restoration and is driven occasionally only to go to local events and car shows. It is highest on the food chain in the animal kingdom. The C10 with a wheelbase of 117. I want to incentivize people with good feedback to bid on the truck and complete the auction.
Re-curve the advance to something like the Police Interceptor; go up 1 size in main jets and raise the metering rods up. I am the 3rd owner. Has adjustable air for the rear. Frank the more I see the pics the more amazed I am. I have a 1984 Silverado, half ton, reg. Ken , I think I know the wheels you are talking about.
I will give a 1% discount off the final selling price. With a little work this could be an awesome ride. I could have done with a 3. The front suspension is weak and lower balljoints wear out fast. Racing Harness and Seats Exterminator Center Console Shifter, replacing the column shifter.
Take a look here so you know what I'm talking about. It currently has 83k original miles on it. The pics help it a little but it is nice. It is weird reaching for a shoulder strap and it not being there. The lack of drip rails is another weird sight for me. I thought about them for the black truck until I get something better. I had bought this for him About 3 years ago for Christmas as a project but he has decided he wants something else.
It sat under a lean-to next to fertilizer which is likely what has eaten the passenger side door up. This truck has more torque and horsepower in stock trim. These first pics were taken on the southern edge of Oklahoma. With a little work this could be an awesome ride. I was always a Ford truck guy, but this was a nice truck. I love the factory seat material.
Ebay does nothing to punish these people. That condition of this truck is totally amazing. No cracks in the dash at all. I have a few pics but since I am on dialup , I will post a few at a time. There are said to be about 43k Fleetside Shortbed pickups made in 1973, of those roughly 7% were supposedly Cheyenne Supers and only a small percentage of those were big blocks. Launches like Bull out of a corral.
I hereby challenge the Lil red express truck. Shipping of this vehicle is the responsibility of the buyer and I can assist in facilitating it's pick up. The truck came form Arizonaand I was told this is the actual mileage. It has optional Bucket seats, air conditioning, power brakes and power steering. The truck runs and drives great and has working factoryac. If you are a new bidder pls contact me to verify whom you are and your true interest in the vehicle.
Clear California title in hand. I would encourage anyone local to come look at this truck and inspect it for themselves. A 292-cubic-inch, inline six-cylinder engine with a compression ratio of 8:1 that produced 120 horsepower and 225 pound-feet of torque also was available. Had a horrible camper on it which amazingly saved the interior of the bed. I am in awe of the interior.