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Seller Details
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Posts: 610
Registered: February 2003
Location: Wichita KS
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Wichita, Kansas
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1 3770 Mon March 19, 2007
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition Distance from you
$11,000.00 None Excellent
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Description: Chassis and suspension:
Full frame off (stripped bare and all unnecessary bracketry removed)
Frame and all suspension parts coated with Eastwoods Chassis black frame coating
New balljoints, rotors, pads, and wheel bearings up front.
Belltech 3" drop spindles with 2" drop springs
Belltech Shackle and hangers out back, springs are also de-arched 3" (total drop is 5" up front and 7" in back)
Cal-Trac traction bars
Belltech nitro drop shocks all the way around
Polyurethane bushings up front as well as complete poly body mount bushing kit
6-pt. mild steel cage installed

Body:
Minitubbed roughly 4" wider than stock (used stock inner fender wells for stock appearance when finished)
Well installed for 16gal fuel cell.
brand new LMC bedsides installed with no gas doors in them (bed was completely re-assembled with stainless hardware)
Tailgate handle relocated and shaved with Sir Micheals products (no welding was done, all with GM body adhesive)
new cab corners installed (only rust in the whole outer body)
doors have had the mirrors shaved and ready for blocking/paint
Steel 2" cowl hood
drip rails shaved
88-91 GMC front clip (brand new OEM park lights, new billet grille, all other parts have less than 5K miles since new)
Flush mount aluminum tonneau cover included (needs to be mounted)
Firewall has been completely shaved and just needs bodywork finished on it.
Lund Glass roll pan

Rearend:
GM 12-bolt rearend
Narrowed about 2"
Powertrax Locker with 3.23 gears
new axle ends installed that use Ford 9" bearings instead of C-clips
Moser hardened axles with both 5.5" and 4.75" bolt pattern
3" screw in wheel studs
Aluminum rearend cover with cap reinforcements
Driveshaft included for TH400 transmission


Interior:
stock tilt column has had the shifter mount cut off and hole welded up so that it can be smoothed
Full gray interior included
perfect headliner, seat, door panels, interior plastic, and almost new OEM dash pad
The enterior was completely redone a few years ago, so all of the parts look pretty much new
Black carpet included
Full autometer dash all included
all unnecessary holes in dash were welded up (gas tank switchover, etc...)
Tinted rear slider window (fully functional even with the rollcage)

Wheels/Tires:
Front (lightly used) 15X5" Centerline Telestars (need tires)
Rear (BRAND NEW) 15X10" Telestars with BRAND NEW 28X14.5 Hoosier quicktime Pro DOT tire

Misc:
80% of the brake lines are done, all custom bent (some steel braided and some 5/16" hard line)
Baer proportioning valve (hidden in frame rail)
Hurst Roll control (hidden in frame rail)
Brand new replacement master cylinder (set up for manual brakes)
complete painless pro street wiring harness, still in box.
Jaz 16 gal. fuel cell with aluminum neck (8-AN steel braided feed line already ran up the frame)
Taylor aluminum battery box (power wire is already run up the frame)
Custom Solid motor mounts (frame side) because you can't buy them I don't think
original door weatherstripping included

Major parts it needs:
Motor and trans
Windshield
shifter
misc. odds and ends


As you can see, I've collected nearly everything that is needed to finish this truck. All it needs is someone with some time and a body shop to finish the body/paint. I have spared absolutely NO EXPENSE through this build, if I could afford the parts they were purchased. I have done 90% of the work myself and only outsourced a few jobs like the cage and rearend to a very close and trusted shop. Selling this truck is the last thing I thought I'd ever do, but I am in a very tough position where I am forced to choose between this truck and another family vehicle that holds great centimental value to me. I have owned the truck since I was 14 years old (this was my first car) and there will be tears shed when I have to watch it leave, but I simply cannot afford to buy this other vehicle without letting it go. I have probably got nearly 17-20K invested in this project over the last 5 years and I know I can't get that out of it, but I know where I have to draw my lines.

The intention of this truck was to be a smallblock, turbocharged, street/strip monster. I have the complete drivetrain (engine, trans, and turbo system), however these parts have a place in the new car. IF someone is interested in all of these parts also, a package price can be arranged.

I would like $11,000 OBO for the truck, all offers will be heard and considered. Please no low ballers, this isn't my way of trying to make money and I'm not real happy about selling the truck at all, but I've got to do what I've got to do.

More pictures of the truck can also be found at www.jackstand-racing.com (SLOBTLO)
Keywords: 1987 GMC SWB Shortwide


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