This 1984 GMC S15 Pro Street pickup is not for the faint of heart. If you're the type who loves the smell of burnt rubber mixed with a little racing fuel this is your type of truck. Powering this beast is a brand new 383 Chevy small block that was built to be the worst nightmare of the big block in the other lane. Inside the 383 you'll find Keith Black 12:1 pistons, a crane roller cam, and all top notch internal engine components. Everything is topped off with Brodix aluminum cylinder heads, and a Weiland aluminum intake. Full length Hooker headers send Exhaust gasses back and make for a glorious Exhaust note. The engine in this car runs off 93 octane minimum, but the builder recommends and has been running 100+ octane racing fuel in the truck most of the time.
Power from the engine is sent to a built turbo 400 transmission and then onto a narrowed GM 12 Bolt rear end with ladder bars. The wheels are by Weld Racing both front and rear while the rear tire is a Mickey Thompson Sportsman measuring 31X16.5-15LT. The rear tires on this truck are huge, and will allow you to hook hard at the strip or the stop light. This truck is 100% street legal and is currently registered and street driven. If you wanted to drag the truck, it's certainly ready and the builder estimates it will run in the 10's. With the high compression 383 under hood and how light this truck is we would have to agree. You could not come close to building this truck for the price being asked, even the drive train is worth well over $10K.
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta, GA showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
1991 s-10 383
1991 s-10 500hp 383 nice clean truck has a 350 turbo trans with 411 locked posi not the best on
hwy. cant seem to hook up at all . love to play with it always looking to
upgrade it. i see lots of s-10 v-8s just not as bad ass as this one. there
is one more here in neenah wisconsin that is much nicer and faster.
1972 Vega Pro Street
A 1972 Pro Street Vega I shot while at the Shades Of The Past Rod Run
2013.....This car has been in the family since almost new...Driven by the
current owners Dad back and forth to work for sixteen year....A cool
Car...With a cool history...check it out!!!...Make sure you follow me so
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My Pro Street v8 S10
Everything is almost brand new!
1988 S10 ( GMC front grill )
Painted to match.
Full Roll cage
New Edelbrock Air Gap Intake
Cast Heads 202/1.60 Heads
Keith Black Hypereutectic Pistons
Meilling High Volume Oil Pump
Scat 3.48" stroke cast crankshaft
Scat 5.7" I-beam rods
Hardened Push Rods
Magnum Roller Tip Rockers 1.6 Ratio
.501 Lift Cam
CVR Electric Water Pump
corvette alloy radiator
dual electric fans
holley Blue Fuel Pump w/regulator
16 gal fuel cell
All Steal Braided Lines
Complete Painless Wiring harness
MSD 6A Ignition Box
MSD Coil Distributer
Flomaster Exhaustturbo 350 With 3000 Stall Converter (
Line Lock )
Tubbed 4-link rearend
3:42 rearend W / Moser Axles
fenders flared out
18" Torque Trust rims ( deep dish in rears)
lowered 5" all around
all brand new suspension tie,rods,end links,ball joints,
4-link seat belts on 1999 dodge viper leather bucket seats
full Auto-meter Gauges,oil,temp,volt,fuel,speedo,shift light
Brand new Headliner, Carpet
S10 550 Hp 383 Dart block V8 Chevrolet
550 Hp, 383 Dart block, Roller Cam, Roller Rocker, Alm. Trick Flows Heads,
All Forge, Steel Crank, Be-Cool Rad / Fans, 350 turbo trans, 4.11 gears, I know I left some out
but you get the idea~!
Cutworm Specialties Scratch Built Hot Rod
I met the Guys at Cutworm Specialties while I was at the Georgia Mountain
Moonshine Cruize In 2013....All most every piece of this car was made by
hand..Very cool Car...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of
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THIS IS MY 89 GMC S-15 SIERRA CLASSIC WIT A 4.3 LITER ENGINE AND A 4X4
STOCK, I HAVE HAD THIS TRUCK SINCE I WAS SMALL SO ITS BEEN IN THE FAMILY
FOR A WHILE
GMC S15 1985 4x4 v8 powered
GMC S15 1985 4x4 5.7 Fuel injected v8 powered
now the truck is lifted with trailmaster 5 inch lift
4l60E auto trans
NP231 Transfer Case
not seen on this video
350 with World heads
.040 over 350, speed pro forged pistons, rebuilt bottom end, double roller
chain (note the green over spray lol, it was dark when i painted it, and I
probably had a few too) World Sportsman II heads, orginally came with
umbrella seals and shitty crack prone single valve springs, now have
positive seals, comp dual springs with a dampner and 10degree locks.
Performer Intake, with 600cfm Edelbrock, Comp XE274 cam, Comp Pro Magnum
rockers 1.52 ratio. 9.3:1 compression, TCI Rattler balancer...and thats
really all for the motor...its going in my 82 Monte Carlo, no rust, still
needs body work, interior work...and well...it just plain needs work.
Paul Jackson, Jr.'s 1969 Oldsmobile 442 - Jay Leno's Garage
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1934 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan STK 76-ATL.mpg
This gorgeous 1934 Chevrolet Sedan offers elegant looks with modern day
performance and comfort. This is an original all steel 1934 Chevrolet and
not a kit car. The original metal tag is still on the car's cowl and tells
us this car was originally manufactured by "General Motors of Canada
Limited" making it quite rare. This is a really, really nice car with a
perfectly straight body and fantastic beige/saddle two tone paint finish.
The paint on this car has excellent shine and a mirror like, show quality
finish. All the bright work/chrome looks mint and is in great condition as
well. The car rides on restored original wire wheels with Coker tires and
looks very classy with the passenger side mount. This car has a very rich
presence about it that commands attention, respect, and exudes of quality.
To make the car more drivable, it has been upgraded to a modernized drive
train which consists of a 350CI Chevrolet small block and a 350 turbo transmission. Power steering, power brakes
and air conditioning have also been added to make the car a pleasure to
live with no matter the weather. Inside, the car has a totally restored
original Mohair interior that is like new in every respect. In the front
cabin, the only hints that this car isn't original are AC vents, AC
controls, and the floor mounted automatic shifter. The rear cabin features
a wet bar which makes this car the perfect choice for weddings, an
anniversary, or just to have some good old fun on cruise nights. With the
upgraded running gear we think this car could also be perfect for a classic
car rental business or tour company. One thing�s for sure, you will be
hard pressed to find another 1934 Chevy that�s as clean or looks as
sophisticated as this wonderful car does. If you like original looking cars
but want a car that�s drivable too give us a call.
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta, GA showroom. For more information,
please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835