Engine:468 DUAL QUAD BIG BLOCK
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: C/K Pickup 2500
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Drive Type: 4X4
Interior Color: Black
I am listing this for a friend.
This is the truck that is in the Prilosec/ Larry the cable guy commercial. This truck is for sale by the owner. Not for sale from Prilosec nor Larry the cable guy.
Drivetrain: 14 bolt rear with 5.13's and a Detroit locker. 10 bolt front with 5.13's and an Auburn locker and large hub dana 44 outers. TH350 trans that was rebuild and has a 3000 rpm stall converter. NP203 t-case that was also rebuilt.
Suspension: 12" superlift and a 2" traction lift. Dual shocks at each corner. Rhino rear axle truss
Engine: 454 bored out to a 468. 620 lift camshaft. Roller tip rockers. Air gap intake with two 600CFM carbs. March serpentine setup. Chrome covers and odds and ends. Motor is all fresh also.
Body: Rust free sheetmetal. Tilt front clip.
Interior: Mostly stock black interior. In-cab roll cage. And the dashpad is cracked.
Wheels/Tires: 18x39.5x16.5 Mickey Thompson Bajas on 16.5x12 Weld Scorpios
There are pics listed of this truck before it was painted for the commercial and after.
Buyer to pay $1000 deposit within 2 days of auctions end by way of bank transfer. The rest of the money due upon pickup of the vehicle. NO PAYPAL.
Please email with questions and I will try to answer as quick as possible (i work 12 hour days), or I could just give the owners nuber to you and you can call him.
Chevrolet C/K Pickup 2500 for Sale
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Auto blogMon, 14 Oct 2013 14:00:00 EST
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