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Old 05-17-2015, 12:10 AM   #1
Advanced Design
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Finally found a Burb and it followed me home.

Thanks to Chevybowtieguy 79! He had a lead for me on a nice 72 Burb, so I contacted the seller of this one before it was advertised. And it was only 3 hours from our home. Bought it today and had a nice cruise back.

This is different for me as I typically buy projects or those vehicles needing a good project going over.

This was a solid Texas Burb built with a 6.0 LS and 4L80e, Painless wiring, really cold Vintage Air, properly dropped, Dakota Digital gauges, 3:73 rear.

Owner set it up with engine, transmission and differential temp sensors that display on the DD gauges. Tap up tap down cruise control and tilt wheel make for a nice ride. Solid body (pictures of body work included) nice paint and new chrome are way too good for me...but still kinda nice.

It does need a few revisions (exhaust for one) though it is pretty decent as is.

We are pretty excited with this one and plan to take her on HRPT 2015.
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