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PROJECT "MTN SUN" 1977 GMC JIMMY FOR SALE

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by mtnsun, Jun 12, 2004.

  1. mtnsun

    mtnsun Registered Member

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    PROJECT \"MTN SUN\" 1977 GMC JIMMY FOR SALE

    This 1977 GMC Jimmy has been an on going project for the last 3 years for me. The truck has been totaly disasembled, frame blasted &amp; undercoated,all new fenders,doors,quaters,rockers,hood (Harwood fiberglass lift off 4"cowl) have been installed along with new hardware. Inside &amp; out this truck is new and tuff. New 406 sbc,np205,new drivetrain front &amp; rear and hot new paint. \I have invested well over 16k into this truck. I have no set asking price, will consider a serious offer or possible trade for a pro street mid 60's chevy. 4" inch lift (tuff country / procompe 9000 shocks &amp; dual stabilizers, new 35" BFG Mudders mounted on Micky Thompson classic 2's. Very sweet ride. Contact Jeff @ 303.828.0151 or email to: jonesmtn2@msn.com for photos &amp; spec's. /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif /forums/images/graemlins/usaflag.gif(proud to be the son of a GM employee 40+years) <font color="orange"> </font>
     
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    75-K5 3/4 ton status

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    Re: PROJECT \"MTN SUN\" 1977 GMC JIMMY FOR SALE

    Price? My Dad has also been at GM 40 years and is still there. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
  3. mtnsun

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    Re: PROJECT \"MTN SUN\" 1977 GMC JIMMY FOR SALE

    I am looking for at least $11,000.00 for the truck. That is a hell of a deal for the truck! My dad is still in the shop as well, back in Michigan. I got most of the resto parts thru him. I wanted to keep the truck as GM as possible.
    Jeff
     

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