The day after I bought this Suburban for $400 as my new daily driver, I had to go test it out a little bit. It's a 1977 1/2 ton 4x4 Suburban with a Goodwrench 350, SM465 4spd manual and NP205, GM 12-bolt rear and 10-bolt front with 3.73 gears and no lockers or no posi, stock height, factory 15x8 Rally wheels and 235/75R15 balding street tires, factory tach gauge cluster, tilt column, rear a/c and heat. Almost every Silverado option except for PW or PDL or intermittent wipers. Was sort of rare being a manual transmission also.
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air "Like New! Only Better!"
Show quality 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air that just had a frame off restoration! This car is absolutely beautiful from top to bottom. Put back to original color combination of Dusk Pearl paint and black and silver interior. With one of the most attractive interiors ever put in a car, the '57 Bel Air really sets itself apart from the competition. This Bel Air is no exception. The silver and black interior, chrome gauges and trim, and Dusk Pearl painted dash, it begs you to go for a ride! This Bel Air has Vintage Air AC, AM/FM radio, power brakes, power steering, new glass, new chrome, all stainless polished, new tires and wheels. This beauty is powered by a fresh GM Goodwrench 350 Turn-Key crate engine with Sanderson headers pushing 330 horsepower, which is still under warranty. This car is restored right and is priced at about half of the cost to restore a car to this condition. The bottom of this car is as clean and restored as the top and it looks as good as the day it rolled off the showroom floor. Please, call 800-231-3616 for additional details.
92 Camaro 350 with open headers
1992 Camaro RS with goodwrench crate 350 swap, Hooker headers, Edelbrock four barrel carb, Edelbrock performance rpm intake manifold, B&M ratchet shifter, and much more.