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335 93 rd. Ave. S.W. / Olympia, Wash. 98512

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1972 GMC 3/4 ton 4X4

This 1972 GMC 3/4 ton 4X4 has been completely restored and rebuilt to look like a 72 Chevy Cheyenne 20.  It has less than 1000 miles since the restoration was completed.  It is even better than it looks.  Here is the run down on it:

Engine - 350 V-8 (Rebuilt by "Britco Racing")  It was built with an all new Corvette 2 1/2" center dump "Ram Horn" exhaust manifolds, Edelbrock RV cam, Edelbrock performer intake manifold, and 650 Edelbrock electric choke carburetor.  Transmission - T-350 (Rebuilt by Randy's Transmissions) with "Tow & Go" package installed.  Transfer Case - NP205 (Rock Solid)  Front End - Dana 44, with all new axle universals, disk brakes, and bearings.  Rear End - Dana 60, with all new bearings, and brakes.  The rear springs are new, and the front springs are in excellent condition.  The rear driveline has all new universals, and front driveline has been totally rebuilt by (Capitol Driveline) with new CV joint, spline shaft, slip yoke and universal joint.  The brake system was completely rebuilt also, with a new proportioning valve installed.  The heater controls (lifetime warrantee), blower motor, heater core, defroster ducts, chrome defroster outlets, and hoses were all replaced new.  The gas tank, sound deadener, firewall insulation, and carpet, dash pad, headliner, and headliner trim were also replaced new.  1967-1968 factory truck bucket seats with new upholstery were installed, with the seat base being powder coated.  The tilt steering column was rebuilt, and a new factory style steering wheel installed.  It has a Tac / Vac dash that has a new bezel, lens, and printed circuit.  Any non working gauges were replaced.  This truck also has a new 3 point shoulder harness seat belts, ash tray cup holder conversion, glove box liner, polished stainless steel door sills embossed with bowties, and all electrical switches. All of the weather-strip was replaced new including the fender to cab seals.  Under the hood has all new wiring using "M&H" wiring harnesses.  The engine harness was converted to HEI and the headlight harness was converted to internally regulated alternator by the factory.  It has our exclusive "Classic Heartbeat" duel 12" electric fan assemblies with powder coated fan shroud, mounted on a new lifetime warrantee 4 row radiator.  The truck also has new inner wheel wells, battery tray assembly, radiator retainers, hood hinges, and hood springs that have all been powder coated gloss black.  The grill supports, center support, and hood latch assembly has also been powder coated the same.  The radiator was topped off with a polished stainless steel radiator cover and a ball milled, billet aluminum air cleaner housing with new "K & N" high flow air filter installed.  The intermediate, and rear taillight harnesses were also replaced new from "M&H wiring. This truck also has all new lights, lenses, and light housings.  The taillights and cargo light are LED with the cargo light doubling as a 3rd brake light.  The body was stripped to the bare metal with new rockers, and cab corners installed. Any rust was cut out and new metal was welded in to repair it.  The bed stake pockets were shaved, with the right front fender, and cowl induction hood replaced also new.  Etch primer, sealer and sanding primer that was all block sanded was shot under the 1 and 3/4 gallons of 2000-2004 GM pewter base coat, clear coat paint job.  The whole thing was wet sanded and buffed to a near perfect finish.  A Spray-Line bed liner was professionally installed and we installed our all new chrome plated steel grill with 4ml billet insert.  We also added a new class 4 "Hidden Hitch", crank down spare tire carrier, "C.R. Laurence" rear window slider, and rear air shocks.  All were hidden behind the rear license plate.  It also has all new 16", 2004 Silverado HD wheels with load range "E" tires.

Price - $35,000.00

Contact info - (Phone) - 360-570-1860  (E-mail) - wehepp@comcast.net

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