Model: C/K Pickup 1500
Drive Type: rear wheel, 4x4
Rumney, New Hampshire, United States
this auction is for a 1984 chevy c/k custom built mud truck.
it has a 1976 400 sbc which was only mad two years. 1975 and 1976. in 1976 it was actually a 401. this motor is bored 0.40 0ver. has dished pistons and 6" rods. the crank and rod bearings were done in it last summer. as well as head gaskets and all upper end gaskets. with new ARP head bolts. it has chevy vortec style heads on it and a victor series intake. has a holly 750 double pumper all new gaskets and a 4" spacer. has aluminum roller rockers with polly locks and pushrod guide plates. it has a gear drive timeing setup. harmonic balancer and flywheel were new two years ago. it has an 8 quart hamburgers oil pan and pickup. I also just changed the oil pump and put a one piece oil pan gasket back on it. has a high flow water pump. has a brand new starter last month. has morroso plug wires and HEI ignition with an accel coil. has a brand new of updraft headers I just installed a couple off weeks ago.
the tranny is a turbo 350 with a B & M shifter and shift kit. has a extra deep B & M tranny pan and pickup. it has a 208 transfer case on it. the axles are 3/4 ton axles. the front is a danna 44 that is welded up. it has a brand new set of ukon chrome molly axles with u joint. only have a few races on them. comes with extra set of spider gears for front. the rear axle is a 8 lug 14 bolt that is welded up. the front and rear has 410 gears.it has a 6" suspension lift and a 4" body lift. sitting on 40" supper swampers that are about 75%. one has a couple off slices on the lugs that are no big deal. has a brand new steering box.
the radiator is aluminum with two electric fans and it is in the bed of the truck. there is a 10 gallon fuel cell in the back bed too.it is a blatter style with steel outer shell. has electric fuel pump and a can filter mounted in the back as well.
inside it has a ten point roll cage with two brand new racing seats. has a brand new five point harness on driver side and a used one on the pass side. has a master power shut off right buy driver seat. has a brand new painless wiring harness and toggle switch panel with start, ignition, fuel pump, electric fans, and 3 accessories. there is a a gauge pod on dash with oil and water temp gauge. has a brand new summit raceing tach with recall and shift light.
the body is in good shape. once again remember this is a mud truck. it has ben bobed front and rear. it has a fiberglass 2" cowl induction hood with hood pins. has custom fit chevy gril. there is very little rot in the truck as I have removed most off it and fixed the bad spots. the driver side rocker needs a little work. the body to me is a 75 out of 100. the over all length of the truck has been shortened a 1' 6".
truck is getting a brand new paint job. it is a mattalic green.
this is my baby!!!!!!!!!!!! had it for over 12 yaers. started out as my work truck. lots of time and money invested. need money to invest into my business. serious offers only pleas.
think I covered most of it. but if u have any questions feel free to message me.
thanks for looking and happy biding.
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