This nicely restored truck belongs to list member tonypscico.com
Here's a before and after shot of my 78. Well, as you can tell, it has
a '73 grill on it with 77 turnsignals so you could probably put it in
that section of pictures, but that's just because of the wreck I had. I
bought it in the camo condition for $1,800, within a year, everything
imaginable broke, and now have $6,400 in it! Daily driven.
For the Rundown:
4bbl clifford intake
holley 390cfm carb
dual exhaust manifolds from '88
New Process 435 4spd.
New Process 205.
4" Superlift Coils
Rancho 5000 shocks/steering stabalizer
Everything done to finish lift PROPERLY
9" rear- 3.50 ratio
dana 44 front (welded)
33x12.5 BFG Mud-Terrain T/A's
15x10 American Racing Turbine Rims
Everything done myself. They just don't make them like this anymore.
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