I am is not affiliated with any vehicle transport company. May be a mouse or two in the heater and mufflers. Now it was time for him to start working on it for himself. I am is not affiliated with any vehicle transport company. The factory gauges are supplemented with a trio of under-dash Auto Meter instruments. Front brakes have been upgraded to disc. If you have any comments, suggestions or questions.
There are too many other small items to list. The motor and transmission have less than 200 miles on them since being built. Will not give it away so don't ask. . The Grand National Roadster Show was a short ride.
Russ stripped the front quarter emblems and side trim, but kept the door handles and locks, driprails, and the fuel filler. We ran across the truck earlier this year at the Grand National Roadster Show, where thousands of impressive vehicles were competing for our attention. Car details If you should have any questions or want to see video of truck running please call or text me at 478 278-9698. Beyond that, there are just a few low-key custom mods made to personalize the outward appearance. Your hub for horsepower Get first access to hit shows like Roadkill and Dirt Every Day Join free for 14 days now Packing the widened rear tubs was easy with a pair of massive Hoosier Pro-Street Radial tires. So what are you waiting for???? The transmission was was sent to G-Force Transmissions in Pennsylvania and is now rated for 600 hp. Do not know actual miles on truck.
Russ Miller Worked on This '67 Stepside for a Friend, and Finished it for Himself In many cases, the best way to make an impression is not to have too much competition. From stock originals, to mud trucks, to show stoppers. This truck has been garage kept for almost 20 years and rarely driven. In the bed, fresh wood and custom wheeltubs are covered by a new Gaylords tonneau cover. This was a one-year project for Russ not counting the time he spent working on it for Willie. The only graphics are the Chevrolet lettering on the tailgate, compliments of Little Louie from San Bernardino. The extent of the bodywork, outside of bringing the sheetmetal to perfect condition, is appropriately mild.
Love this truck, every time I drove it was asked if would sell just never did. It has a Camaro T-5 5 Speed Transmission with an S-10 conversion. The 350 is fed by an Edelbrock intake and Holley 750 four-barrel. Whatever it was, it worked. Less than 3k on rebuild. I purchased this truck in 1999 from a local Chevrolet Dealership.
The engine is a 350 c. It's a 67 what do you expect. All steel doors, Bench seat, three speed on the tree, manual breaks, manual steering and manual choke. We encourage you to today. The engine is a 350 c. I've lowered the front with 2.
Don't need to sell, just in the way. Once registered you can join in on our tech discussions, show off your ride in the forums and interact with others who have a common goal. The motor and transmission have less than 200 miles on them since being built in 2010. Wayne at Berdo Auto Body in San Bernardino, California, hammered the sheetmetal perfectly straight before spraying the Wheatland Yellow paint. The front wheels are 17x8 and the rears are 17x11. Bowls leaked on intake Holly 650 4bbl manual choke, mechanical secondary.
Odometer is not right, rolled at least once. The front wheels are 17x8 and the rears are 17x11. The grille trim, headlight bezels, and front bumper were chromed. Last time I drove it was over 2yrs always plated started last month Jul carb needs gaskets. Inside the cab, the bench seat was reduced three inches at the bottom and the same amount at the top, providing plenty of room. Drove as a daily driver while in military. The transmission is a Camaro T-5 with an S-10 conversion.
Owned for over 20 years. Engine stand and picker come with it also. It was sent to G-Force Transmissions in Pennsylvania and is now rated for 600 hp. Buyer will be solely responsible for making arrangements and payment for vehicle transport. It took a few months of friendly negotiation, but Willie ended up with the Ranchero and Russ ended up with the Chevy. One-inch torsion bars and a Panhard bar with Heim joints round out the suspension. This truck has been garage kept for almost 20 years and rarely driven.
If you have any questions please call me at 478-278-9698. There are too many other small items to list. Buyer will be solely responsible for making arrangements and payment for vehicle transport. The rubber is wrapped around 15×15 original American Racing five-spoke wheels. Shortly after I purchased it I lowered the front with 2.