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Old 09-05-2013, 08:54 PM   #1
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Default Fast Mean 72' SWB For Sale !!!

1972 Chevy short bed truck, fleet side, custom project.

Mods include:

Front Suspension:
-Stock upper and lower control arms
-Beltech 2.5" drop spindles
-CPP 3" drop springs
-Air Ride Tech drop shocks
-Factory power disc brakes
-Power steering

Rear Suspension:
-PorterBuilt rear tubular trailing arms suspension, mini c-notch, mid tubular cross member and adjustable panhard bar. Can be set up to use with air bags.
-QA1 Proma Star single adjustable coil overs w/250lb springs

Rear axle:
-Factory 12 bolt rear diff w/ 3.73 ring and pinion, Detroit TruTrac posi, Yukon axle shafts, factory drum brakes, built by Desert Rat.

Transmission:
-TH350, performance built w/ shift kit, 2500 rpm torque converter.

Engine:
-406 Small Block Chevy
-Machine work by Empire Engines
-Cast iron heads w/ 2.02/1.60 valves
-Forged flat top pistons w/ ceramic coated tops
-Cast crank, forged rods (5.7" rods used instead of stock 5.565" rods)
-Edelbrock Air Gap manifold
-Proform 750 double pumper street series carb, jetted for altitude.
-K&N air filter
-Aluminum water pump
-March serpentine accessory drive kit
-4 core radiator w/ Flex a lite dual electric fan assembly

Exhaust:
-Hedman shorty headers
-3" pipe w/ Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and dumps before rear axle

Fuel System:
-Aeromotive polished SS fuel pump w/ Jeg's black aluminum filter
-Aeromotive SS fuel pressure regulator
-Aluminum fuel tank mounted under the bed
-Custom bent aluminum fuel line w/ black annodized AN fittings, braided line used between frame and engine and from regulator to carb.

Wheels:
-Boss 338, 20x8 front, 20x10 rear
-Pirelli P-Zero front tires, 245x45x20
-Nitto NT555R Drag radial rear tires, 275x45x20

Interior:
-Dakota Digital gauge cluster w/ factory chrome gauge panel
-B&M Sport shifter mounted on custom pedestal
-Ididit brushed tilt steering column, brushed finish
-Stock bench seat, good padding, torn vinyl
-No carpet, passenger door panel missing, dash pad is half missing
-Billet Specialties "Chicane" Steering wheel w/ red leather wrap and Bow Tie horn button
-Cassette player radio in dash. Heater box and controls have been removed

Body:
-Shaved stake holes and roll pan rough welded in- not smoothed
-Side trim, emblems, and front marker lamps missing, headlight bezels missing. Has tailgate trim and LED tail/brake lights
-Firewall shaved

Again, this truck is a PROJECT! I am unable to complete at this time and need to sell it. $10,000
Sad to see it go make an offer ...

http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/cto/3964366954.html

Contact Derrick
505-280-2747
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:01 AM   #2
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nice truck!
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Old 09-07-2013, 04:26 PM   #3
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Thank you . Fast And fun, Hate to see it go. Need to focus on my family at this time , not my toys..
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Will consider trades or reasonable offers . I need something to tow with. clean and clear title in hand. This truck is close to completion . just add your own touch and make it yours.
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Again, this truck is a PROJECT! I am unable to complete at this time and need to sell it.
Please elaborate on this. Is it a bucket of parts? Or is it xx% assembled? What is still on the to-do list? Does it start up easily after sitting for a few days? Does it run and drive beyond the burnout pic? If so, would you put your mom/daughter/wife/sister in it and send them across country? Does it have current registration?
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Old 10-19-2013, 05:24 PM   #7
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my 6 yr old daughter has been in it several times, mind you she covers her ears because it is load and has power, but always has a smile on her face. The truck is registered and insured . If you read the spec sheet this truck is far from a bucket of parts. It runs the drag strip and will drive home. This is not a trailer queen to run a few passes and then back on the trailer home. The fuel gauge is out and the interior is stripped to the necessities. To answer the question would i drive it across country, no the fuel millage sucks lol. Please don't let the paint fool you , its a sleeper. I drove it as my daily driver every day until i lost my job. I really hope this helps my friend, Let me know if you would like to know anything else. as far as a list of what needs to be done, that's up to the person whom buys it and how they want it to look. if you want to shave the side marker, thats a to-do. If you want carpet and a dash pad and new interior, that's a must. replace the fuel gauge and do the above mentioned, then body and paint you should have a pretty nice truck. I just focused on the stuff that cost the most and made sure it drove fast, fun , and reliably before i made it look pretty.
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Any more detailed pics of rest of truck ?thanks mpls66
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This truck is SOLD!!!. And boy we burnt those tires for about a block on the test drive. I haven't seen a person have so much fun.. please remove this post.. Thank you
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