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Old March 16th, 2013, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default Gerst build "Bootlegger"-Jimmy Smith chassis

Well the beginning of the post but the build project and the parts ordering started 11/12. My husband Jim Gerst is building me
this awesome buggy with lots of extremely nice parts. First of all I got to say he has put alot of time, trial and thought into
some very well designed parts that will be on this rig. So heres the parts list...6.0+ Chevy motor. The chassis was built by
Jimmie Smith in TN, and he definitely produces a great product, you will notice numerous replicas but wow high five to them
is all I can say! He also built the 180 degree headers that fit the 6.0 too and the fuel tank. Transmission is Turbo 400
with Atlas transfer case, the front and rearend both custom built 14 bolt, Tires -46' Mickey Thompson Baja Claws with
Stazwork beadlock rims, Radflo coilover shocks and some cushy Corbeau racing seats! "Bootlegger" would fit for a name...
Now how could I say "NO" to that for my Christmas boys! Truly will be a sweet ride

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