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Old October 6th, 2007, 04:52 PM   #1
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Default '75 W200 lifted 60/14 new engine in U.P.

'75 W200 power wagon Bed removed frame shortened about 120" WB.

Chevy dually 60 front 4.10 open BTF cover, SKY crossover arm HEAVY tie rod. 14 bolt VAN rear w/ 2" spacers 4.10's detroit disks w/ elderado calipers (e-brake not hooked up).

All springs are 52" GM's. Front crossmember, hangers and shackles, as well as all the rear suspension mounts I made, the rear springs are inboarded. Rancho 5000's

FRESH 318 professionaly rebuilt (over 3k in the engine) '68 coronet block and heads, truck oil pan, truck/rv cam, edelbrock intake, truck avenger carb. Rebuilt 727 trans np 208 case. Front shaft is homemade and has a superflex u-joint to make it not bind. Rear shaft is a stock dodge shortened by myself and is not balanced, 1350 yoke at the 14 bolt and a conversion joint was used.

Front end was narrowed 9". Interior has professionaly done bedliner on the floor, and the floor pans have been replaced, cab has some small areas of surface rust, and on the underside but is SOLID. Doors I bought as they were (and are) pretty straight and only have surface rust and a few pinholes in the lower portion, but are fairly solid.

********Wheels and tires in pics not included, has white steel rollers with some small street rubber on it for rollers************

I took it wheeling once, and it did really well for no front locker. It needs a few small things finished; radio, interior stuff, flatbed, driveline and some other things.

I bought a TJ to build and want this gone!

I'd like to see $3,500

More pics here

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