1984 Chevy S10 Pro Street Frame: Rear frame is new from cab back with Ford 9 inch cut & narrowed with 3:20 Detroit Locker, Strange axles. 4 link with coil over shocks. Front has 2 inch Bell Tech drop spindles. Motor: 327 Corvette Fuelie motor bored 30 over, steel crank, 10.25 to 1 TRW forged pistons, Clevite Bearings, Isky Mega Cam (505 lift, 292 duration), 202 fuelie heads with stainless steel valves, Cam Dynamics roller rockers, chrome molly push rods, guide plates, high volume oil pump, Zoom double roller timing chain, Weiland Tunnel Ram, 2 Holley 450 Carbs, Accell electronic distributor with MSD 6A MSD Blaster coil, Spitfire plugs, Accell 8.8 wires. B&M 2 piece aluminum valve covers, B&M Aluminum water pump, B&M harmonic balancer, B&M Mega Scoop, Moroso 7 quart oil pan, Dan Hardy headers, Holley electric fuel pump. Transmission: Doug Nash 5 speed with Center Force gold clutch in a Lakewood bell housing. Hydraulic. Tires & Rims: Front: 15x5 Weld Pro Stars with Mickey Thompson 26x7.5x15 Front Runners. Rear: 15x14 Weld Pro Star with Mickey Thompson 31x18.5x15 Sportsman Interior: Button and Tuck interior, Custom Fit bench seat with middle console. Auto Meter oil, temp, and tach. Pioneer Supertuner 3. High Liner head liner with Sony Compact Disc Player. 50 watt amp. 6 point roll cage. Protech 5 point harness. Hurst shifter. Body Modifications: Painted all Black with a 2000 pac. (1991). Perfect Plastics Euro-Kit, Louvered hood, Lund Visor with custom built in lights, Lund Racer Back (customized). Shaved Emblems, Door Handles & Locks, Gas tank door, Passenger side wiper, Rear Lights, Welded & Filled Tailgate, Custom made Steel Tonneau cover with molded in G-Force Rear Spoiler. Rear Tonneau cover was made custom with the top rail of an S10 bed cut off and welded to the steel metal. When closed, it gives the appearance that the bed was welded shut. The front grill is a Stull Tube Grill with GTS Headlight covers. Button and Tuck is in the inside of motor compartment and also along the inside of the bed. Toyota Celica Mirrors. Braking system, I am not sure of, I think it needs a Proportioning Valve or Rear must be changed to Disc Brakes. Please call if you think this is a Truck you would be interested in. It is quite impressive to look at. It was in 1 show in Boston and took first in class and Outstanding Paint (second best paint, 1st was Bob’s 67 Chromaro). Thank you for your time, Bill Desmarais Daytime 1-603-231-4986 Nights 1-603-893-9478
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