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1982 Chevy 4x4 Mud Race Truck Parts Truck on 2040-cars

Year:1982 Mileage:90304
Location:

Hebron, Nebraska, United States

Hebron, Nebraska, United States

This is a racing mud truck. I have the title but can not get a new because signed by a couple owners ago. It was used for racing only. It has no motor. has an automatic transmission with a b@m shifter and a 3800 stall converter. Has new white spoke rims and super swamper 34x10.5 16lt tires. would make a good racing mud truck again or for parts. There is a set of headers and a new demon carb. that comes with it. Thanks for looking.

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