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    Default 1979 Chevy K20 4x4 mud bogger

    Listing for a friend, if you live in Henrietta, you've probably seen this things rolling around. He needs a more practical daily driver for the winter, and is possibly open to trades for e46 bmw's, a4 etc...

    The truck is a lot of fun and if mud is your thing you won't be disappointed.

    Contact him directly or you can PM me your info and I will relay it. I believe his price is $7.5k obo, I don't know if that's good or not, just what he mentioned before. I know the new motor cost half that at least.

    http://rochester.craigslist.org/cto/3222840472.html

    From Listing:

    I'm selling a 1979 chevy K20 4x4 long bed single cab pickup truck. I've just installed a new motor in the vehicle and have gone through the break in period so it's good to go. If you can see this ad that means I still got the truck.

    Specs:
    Blueprint 383 Stroker motor (NEW) (includes MSD Streetfire HEI ignition, Edelbrock 750cfm carb)
    th350 transmission (under 10k since rebuild)
    NP203 transfer case
    Dana 60 Kingpin front axle
    GM 14 bolt FF rear axle
    4.10 Gears
    Autometer 5" tach
    Autometer oil/water/volt meter gauges
    Energy Suspension Engine mounts

    Things I've done:
    - Reupholstered bench seat
    - Rebuilt door latches and buttons (You've never felt a door open and close so smooth)
    - NEW hood
    - Cobra CB radio
    - Manual choke cable
    - NEW Drag link (the one that connects to the pitman arm)
    - NEW 35/15/16.5 TSL 10 ply super swamper tires
    - Rebuilt front double cardan driveshaft
    - Warn locking hubs with Mile Marker lockout kit for the NP203
    - Polyethylene gas tank
    - Bulletproof steering tie rod and chromoly tie rod ends
    - Perma cool transmission oil cooler

    The truck itself has a 3" body lift and a 4" suspension lift. I haven't done a shackle flip on it or anything else with the suspension since I bought it. This truck is a SOUTHERN truck. I'm from VA and when I bought it there was no rust. Its been in rochester for three years now and last year it was kept in a barn and not driven at all. Still looks better than a lot of the vehicles I see around here. If you have any questions please contact me.

    Things that need to be done:
    new paint job
    front end alignment/steering wheel alignment

    If you're interested shoot me an email or drop me a line at (703) 895- eight17one.










    Last edited by AshyLarry; 09-06-2012 at 10:24 AM.
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