My 1972 Chevy Cheyenne

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by 420am, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. 420am

    420am OT Supporter

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    1972 Chevy Cheyenne
    90,000 Original Miles
    Originally a Big Block truck (Currently has a 350 in it)
    Factory AC truck (not all there now)
    Factory Power Steering
    Factory Disc Brakes
    Factory Gauges (Oil/Amp/Temp) Still work great.

    350 CID Motor (1 1/2 year old)
    Turbo 350 tranny (300 miles since it was rebuilt with a mild shift kit)
    New 4 core radiator/Exhaust/Rotors/Calipers/Pads/Tires
    Solid cab corners
    Near solid floor pan
    Edelbrock Elite Series Valve Covers
    Edelbrock Carb
    Aluminum intake

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    Billet Grill and after-market bumper should be replaced this weekend with OEM parts.

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    Yup.. she's a long bed.

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    Still too cold to clean it up and really see what I've gotten myself into.

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    The woodgrain has got to go.. someone has very poorly stuck that shit on there. The woodgrain option was generally on Cheyenne Supers and it wasn't an option on this truck.

    Yeah, needs to be cleaned up.. fucking winter :greddy:
     
  2. Fabian

    Fabian Active Member

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    fuck yeah
     
  3. Mr3GTP

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    O motherfucking HI-O
    Could be a start to something very :bowdown:.

    Those hillbilly pipes have to go; every wannabe cowboy faggot has those on his pickup. Some nice corner turn-downs would look much better.
     
  4. retorq

    retorq What up bitch??

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    Looks like it'll be a fun project. :big grin:
     

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