1984 Chevy M1008 (basically a long bed K30) Rust Free AZ truck!!! 51K original miles Clear Title See my build up here http://coloradok5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=181335 Engine: 6.2L Diesel (51K miles) Transmission: TH400 Transfer case: NP208, has crack but leak has been all but stopped with some Right Stuff Front Axle: Dana 60 lincoln locked 4.56, WFO reverse high steer arms (although they are not setup for high steer due to oil pan clearance issues), ORD bent draglink X-over, HD tie rod, Warn hubs Rear Axle: 14FF Detroit locker 4.56,1 1/2" billet wheel spacers (track width even with front) All new E-brake lines from NAPA. E brake works like it should....Great!! Front Suspension: 52” springs up front with 7.25” shackles, all greasable poly bushings from ORD, SS brake lines Rear Suspension: 56” stock spring w/ overload removed, 2.5” ORD Shackle flip, ORD HD Shackles, All greasable poly bushings from ORD, custom pivot perches under springs to prevent bind under articulation, SS brake line Tires/Wheels: Grooved 42X15X16.5 TSL’s on 16.5 Trail Ready Beadlocks Vehicle Condition: Cut fenders, body damage on drivers side bed (I had plans to flat bed it and cut off frame behind rear shackles), rear bumper is bent (stock), Paint blings up when cleaned with detailer, manual glow plug using switch, most gauges do not work (oil, voltage, fuel) could be fixed easily I am sure, dash mat is beat down, interior floor matting was removed last week and floor scrubbed clean, has good heat, NO factory A/C option, engine leaks a little bit of oil as all 6.2's of this era do...nothing too bad that I worried about, this rig is good for short distance trips to the mall and back to flex out on curbs and stuff. I trailer it to the trails with my Cummins powered Dodge Misc: Includes 22 gallon Jaz fuel cell, front driveline is made out of square tubing (plenty of slip for 52” spring flex, 12V conversion done, poly 4” front bumpstops,Comes w/ Kobalt diamond plate bed tool box, spare 42" tsl (no wheel) Truck runs good, needs a few things here and there to make it an awesome wheeler. The suspension is setup awesome! Very Flexy! This truck has lots of body roll due to suspension setup. Would not make a good tow rig or Daily Driver!! This rig is built nice and wheeled Moab this last October flawlessly. It has been in the driveway taking all my money lately. If you want specific pictures or questions answered, just let me know. The winch, HD Diff Covers, ORD Tie rod, Pinion Guard are staying with me I am pretty firm on the price and do not want to part out. I think this is a great deal!!