SOLD! Sad to see it go, but the s10 is now with a new owner. going to be a farm rig :(
Sometime late november 08 to early december we went to look at the pickup. We got there and the battery was deader than a post. would not turn the engine over at all. So, we ask the guy if he has jumper cables so we can jump the pickup. well he had some cables, but they were from the dollar store.. and we had the car chaging the pickup for a good 15 minute.. still nothing. We offered the guy 3,500 as is without driving it or hearing it run. He wouldnt take that so we walked away. a little over a month later we went back and he had replaced the alternator and the battery. we offered him 3500 again and he again refused he wanted 3600. he finally took 3500. now it is ours
This truck was origionally my brothers, He was diagnosed with Spindle Cell Sarcoma (soft tissue cancer) four years ago `03 and unfortunately passed away two years ago`05. Before he passed away my brother signed the truck over to me and made me promise to take care of it, and to continue with the customization of it to make this truck a one of a kind late-model hot rod, and try to shine some light on christians in the car scene.
I have been showing only two years and have only won one award so far. Best Un-Finished at my car clubs annual benefit car show. Some of my favorite show to go to are at churches, I like bringing a positive to what seems like a negative. Most generally what i have found is at alot of the churches i go to, on a personal spiritual level, I am often sized up and people try to make assumptions on the car show world that we are a bunch of godless heathens. Of course im talking about a large generalization of the car world as a whole. Its fun for me to go to a car show at a church on a saturday night and then the following thursday night go and play for them at a sing, I like looking throught the crowd to see the expressions on their faces when they realize who i am, and then they realize where they last saw me.
4.3l v6 180 hp 250ft-lb torque
122.9 inch wheel base (short bed extended cab)
203 inches long
Top speed about 105 until it shuts off.
Vortec V-6 4.3L (262)
Horsepower 210 H.P.
Torque 220 ft.lbs.
Top Speed (so far) 97 M.P.H.
0-60 Right At 6.2 Sec.
1/4 Mile 13.89 @ 92 M.P.H.
Power Door Locks
Radar Blue Metallic
Vortec V-6 4.3L Engine
4 Speed Automatic Transmission W/ Overdrive
AM/FM Radio W/ Cassette and Clock
Heavy-Duty Suspension Package
3.08 Rear Axle Ratio
Federal Emissions Delete
Driver and Passenger Air Bags
American Racing Wheels
12" Kicker Sub
Custom made speaker box
3' Fiberglass Antennas
Grille Guard w/ Extra Lights
Diamond Plate Toolbox
TYC Euro Tails
EFX Steel Roll Pan
Stylin` Concepts universal roll pan licence plate light
Bell Tech 2 inch drop spindles
Bell Tech 3 inch rear lowering blocks
Street Glow rectangle fog lights
Custom painted grille
Chrome billet flames on the tailgate
Colts window vinyl
Neon light bar in center console
Aftermarket Pioneer stereo
Custom painted interior pieces
K&N performance air intake
AirAid throttle body spacer
Edelbrock intake manifold spacer
Custom dual exhaust
Removed debris screen from Mass Air Flow Sensor
Advanced Distributor 2 Degrees
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