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1990 Lifted Chevy K1500 Mud Truck on 2040-cars

US $3,500.00
Year:1990 Mileage:146246
Location:

Topeka, Kansas, United States

Topeka, Kansas, United States
Engine:5.7
Vehicle Title:Clear
Condition:
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VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: 1gcdk14k9le140858
Year: 1990
Make: Chevrolet
Drive Type: 4x4
Model: C/K Pickup 1500
Mileage: 146,246
Trim: Reg cab

This is a 1990 chevy k1500 4x4 Reg. cab long bed. Sitting on 35in Cooper STT's with a 6" lift and has a *Jasper Crate 350 from 2004 w/ hooker headers and true duel exhaust. Clean clear title in hand.
Upgrade list:
New rear end (1 year old) $1400
TH 400 tranny w/ shift kit (2yrs old) $1200
All new 4 ball joints (year and half old) $800 installed
Hooker headers w/ duel exhaust
35 Cooper STT's with approx. 30% tread $1200 new
6" lift
Side steps
Throttle body spacer
New cap and rotor
1 new and one newer CV half shaft
All new shocks
All new front end steering components 
New u joints front and rear 
New radiator hose
TH400 kickdown switch wired up
Cowl induction hood
Toolbox
New ECU, coolant sensor, IAC, ICM, EGR modulator, newer plugs and wires
Upgraded speakers all around sounds very clean
(for right price 2 12" boston G1's in low profile box, 1600watt Audiobahn also really clean sound)
The cons are the transfer case leaks slightly think its a plugged vent since i already replaced the seal. Also one of the brake lines in the rear leaks a little as well but doesn't really affect braking that much and i know where its rusted and can point it out. As far as the body its in pretty good shape besides the driver door which was creased back on itself (still closes) and a dent on the passenger side door. Interior is ok no major rips but shows its age.
*Finally the motor recently started knocking and after tearing it down found its a broken crankshaft (broke at an angle so still turns but knocks pretty good). Pretty sure I caught it soon enough that the damage is limited and the rest of the motor would be good if interested in a rebuild. Other than this freakish break the motor has been really good plenty of power and never a problem otherwise. Would make a solid mud truck with a little work.
Well over $4500 just in upgrades make me an offer. Buyer responsible for pickup or shipping.

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