Last updated Sep 12, 2010
Traded my sport bike for this truck this week. 9/15/08
Just added a few updated pics
The reason I named this truck "Sancha" which means mistress is because of the time and money spent building these things.
You have a few extra bucks the wifey doesn't know about and it goes towards your mistress. I'm sure a few of you ladies on here do the same..
I've owned this truck for about 2 yrs now and have redone a lot of the previous owners work. If he was to to see it now he wouldn't recognize it. This is my daily by choice and can honestly say this is MY truck.
Started out a fleet side but is now a step side.
Couldn't tell you what the hp or top speed is.
Truck is more of a cruiser but can hold its own when needed.
Rebuilt low mile 5.7 V8 350.
Reg cab, Short bed
Just as my '92, it has all the bells,whistles and technological advances (lol) that were available in 1988.
Bagged, and stock floor bodydrop
20x9 Intro Matrix Billet Wheels
Continental Extreme Contact DWS 255/35/20 tires
(2) SMC 1/2" valves (fills)
(2) SMC 3/8" valves (dumps)
Slam Bags re7's
(2) Viair 480c compressors
Triangulated 3 link
Stock 5.7 V8
MSD 9mm wires, NGK plugs ,MSD Dist.
Billet wire loom holders
Edelbrock Aluminum Classic Fin (Endurashine) valve covers / breather
Dual Flow 40's no cats
Black leather red stitching factory bench
Red suede hd liner
Billet Specialties Steering wheel and billet adapter
Billet column kit
A few billet dash pieces
JVC headunit - (yeah I know it don't sound or look as good as an Apine/Eclipse but damn I love the features)
Fosgate 6002D amp
(3) 10" MTX 5500 subs in custom box (glassed on the inside for rigidity)
Fosgate 6.5 components in doors
Kenwood 5x7 all 4 corners
Shaved doors / 3rd brake light, stake pockets
Molded roll pan
Raised 1 piece sheet metal bed floor with sub frame.
Blk head lights, smoked corners.
(Sancha is in the shop finishing up body work and getting ready for paint)
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