It has an amazing, classypatina and has been hit with clear coat. Roll Cage inside the truck. Clean Florida title in hand. The mileage is unknown but runs and drives very nice. I spared no expense on the paint job and body work. Craigslist find was the warn winch bumper.
Jet black with hand painted pinstriping. Doors, Fenders and hood are intact and show no rust. . I would let it idle run through the gears, maintained fluids. Brake pads rotors wheel bearings were done less than a year ago.
Manual 5 speed transmission from a 73 Corvette. It worked out good for me. Then I put on a set of 6 inch superlift springs, 3 inch body lift, 37ssrs on hurricanes, 91 suburban front clip and a cucv grill guard That's a later pic above, it was that way for about 5 years. Seat needs re upholstered, which is fairly cheap and easy. Drove it around town just to keep it running and started it on a regular basis.
The truck still runs great, turn key ready to go! The dash does have some cracks in it that is covered by the dash mat. Seat needs re upholstered, which is fairly cheap and easy. It was free and missing many parts. Drove it here with no issues and never transferred the vehicle due to lack of horn. K10 buyers could order a four-barrel V-8 displacing 305 cubic inches, or 5 liters, which produced 165 horsepower and 240 foot-pounds of torque.
For the new motor I made from a sheet of aluminum a new gauge panel. I have a extra transfer case and front 4wd axle to go with it if wanted. Pulled the 350 out of the k20 for a later build. I went to drive it to the mechanic and it has no brakes. This truck was Fully loaded featuring power windows, locks, tilt wheel and cruise control.
She runs like a champ and is driven 3-4 times a week the truck is very streetable almost considered a sleeper. The 205 will stay slip yoke style and 1410 since it has held up this long. K-Series pickups used 15-inch wheels, with front disc and rear drum brakes. More than 4K invested over a period of 4 years. . I bought a set of alcan front 53 inch springs that only move the axle 1 inch ahead. The rear bumper is from a Blazer and fits nice and tight to the body.
It was painted about 10 years ago with the original color. Good tires The interior is rough, seats are ok. Picked up a 74 k20 and put the rear 14 bolt and the front 8 lug 10 bolt with 4:10 gears in my shortbed. I ended up after it settled below pic with 6 inches up and 8 down. This was when I first had it picked up and delivered to the shop. I welcome you to come look at the truck to inspect for yourself and take a test drive with me before bidding.
New master cylinder and power steering pump. I have paper work from original purchase in Florida and then to N. In the engine compartment I had the inner fenders powdercoated so that they will not chip from rocks when driving. Category - Mileage - Posted Over 1 Month Purchased this vehicle from a catering company outside of Cincinatti last year with the intent of turning it into a food truck. It produced 230 horsepower and torque of 360 foot-pounds of torque, using a four-barrel carburetor.
The beds atleast some I don't have to worry about. The mirrors are also from a Blazer. The fronts warn used to make and the rears are bushwackers. The Truck runs and drives good but I believe the Carb could use a rebuild. Rob also sprayed six smooth coats of clear on the new wood that Steve had purchased and stained for the bed.