Bagged/Bodydropped '95 s10
It's finally time to sell my baby and move onto different things (i.e. hot rods) so here we go...
The truck is a '95 2.2 5-speed with 119,000 miles. Runs great. No engine noise other than the normal 2.2 tick and it's not even that bad.
Mod list is as follows
Here's what all is done to it.
Under the hood;
-Custom stainless steel intake
-re-located wiring harness
-Smoothed and painted dash bezel, glovebox door, armrest's, and center console.
-Gray leopord print on a-pillar covers
-Air gauges mounted in stock heater control location
-'96 Grand Am bucket seats
-Lowered floor pans 3". This truck has more headroom than a factory s10
-Re-located hood release
-Billet rear view mirror
-Everything is shaved, including firewall.
-'01 Impala 3rd brake lights mounted in tailgate skin
-'99 Envoy conversion with a '01 Sonoma bumper cover
-Eclipse hood bubble molded on the hood for engine clearance
-Mint green primer with a green flame on the hood and some blue pinstriping
-Street Scene mirrors
-18x7 Alba Blaze with Falken 215/35/18
-Airlift 2b6 airbags
-8 10mm SMC valves
-12 gallon airtank mounted in the bed
-2 Chrome Viair 380's mounted in bed
-Tank pressure gauge flush mounted in bed floor
The good things about it are i've hardly had any problems over the years with it, it's a quality build and I wouldnt be afraid to jump in it right now and drive 1000 miles (i've done just that more than once)
But... the bad things... I've had the truck for 10 years, and it's been in it's current state for 6 or 7 and it shows in a couple spots. The cali-combo is starting to crack, as well as the bodywork on the driver's side door and front fenders from me turning to low a couple times. There is a decent scratch/gouge on the passenger side door from me hitting the Impala backing out of the garage this spring. It's really just bodywork, if someone were to strip it down, re-do the bodywork and paint it they would have a really, really nice truck.
I can get more pictures of the truck upon request. Like any of the frame work, or detailed pics of what all is wrong with the body. I have nothing to hide and am confident that this would be a good truck for someone that wants a badass truck with minimal work
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