350 V8 from a 1970 Chevelle PHOTOGRAPHS: https://goo.gl/photos/LXs9mRmKGrJaoCx3A firstname.lastname@example.org for replys please. TH350 freshly re-built automatic transmission. Stock 3 speed shifter adapted to work nicely with the auto trans Rear end upgraded with fresh 3.08 gears Complete new exhaust system, tucked into the space between the bed sides and the frame. Nice note, not loud. New ram-horn manifolds back. Classic Perform brake booster Drum brakes redone about 7,000 miles ago Freshly powdercoated stock wheels New re-pop stock hubcaps from Truck and Car Shop New windshield New door rubbers, felts and gaskets New wheelbearings and other suspension components as needed Almost new pinner whitewall tires. The crunchy spare was replaced with a fresh used tire Lowered using Classic Perform springs and new shocks. 3" in the front, 4" heavy duty in the rear Big in-bed locking toolbox The engine has been gone through, repairing oil leaks, rebuilt carb, fresh manifolds, gaskets etc as needed to make it reliable Fresh interior done at Champions in Tijuana. Carpet, seat paint All new weather stripping and seals New windshield Interior pinstriped by Rudy Alvarado New glove box liner 3 seatbelts, the outer 2 are retractable. Aircraft buckles Hidden music system: Sony amp under the seat, 8" sub behind the seat, 6" mids under the dash and 2 - 3" speakers above the dash in the stock hole Synthetic oil. New battery. New alternator. When I bought this pickup, it was a non-running, California raised, farm truck. in the space of about 4 months, I spent over $14,000 making it what it is today (including purchase price). I loved the way that the outside looked, the only real changes to the exterior are the red striped on the sides and the stock style round mirrors (removed the Dumbos). The paint was colorsanded, claybarred and a thick coat of wax was applied. There are scratches, dents and all the honesty that it has earned over the years. It has proven to be very reliable and safe. The pickup is rust free. The wood is the bed is weathered but sound. The bed is rigged up to haul motorcycles. Additional tiedown locations have been welded in. With the heavy-duty rear springs, you barely can tell that there is a bike in the bed, even one as heavy as my CB750. A trip to Tijuana, Mexico to get the interior done was taken. At Champions, they did a great job painting, carpeting and re-upholstering everything in brick red and Wimbledon white. The gauges were re-painted and cleaned. All new lights were put into the cluster. This pickup is super reliable and drives so nicely down the road. Last year, right after the work was finished, I drove it on a 9 day road trip, some days driving for 10 hours. No issues, it sailed right along. I drive it all the time... but even when it's sat for 2 weeks it starts right up.