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89 K5, Southern Illinois LOWER PRICE

Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by NerdBoy, Sep 9, 2006.

  1. NerdBoy

    NerdBoy 1/2 ton status

    Dec 24, 2002
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    Southern Illinois
    It's been a while since I posted here.


    I'm moving to the Great White North soon, and I can't take the K5 with me, so it is time that I found her a new home.

    I was asking $5000.

    Now asking $4000

    Here's what it has:


    350 4-bolt main block
    Aftermarket cast iron heads
    Aftermarket mild street cam
    Headers, out to a true dual 2.5" exhaust.
    Edelbrock Performer Pro intake
    Edelbrock Performer carburetor
    MSD 6-AL electronic ignition with rev limiter
    High-volume oil pump


    700R-4, with low mileage on the rebuild.
    Shift kit
    Upgraded servos and bands
    Non-electronic conversion kit
    Aftermarket cooler


    3.73 gears
    Limited-slip FRONT differential
    14 Bolt Full Float rear axle (open differential)
    NP208 Transfer case
    Transfer case has been lowered, to compensate for suspension upgrades
    35" tires (really needs bigger tires), currently have about 40% tread life on them.
    White Steel Rims

    Suspension and lift

    6" front Rancho springs
    3" body lift, with new grade 8 bolts
    Shackle Flip rear suspension lift, on stock springs


    Aiwa CD head unit
    speakers: 2 6" round and 2 6x9 in custom cabinets
    dual 8" sub bandpass box
    1400 watt Pyramid amplifier
    The seats are all in decent condition, no rips on the upholstry
    The dashboard has a crack
    Recent re-wiring of dashboard


    Oil pressure gauge
    Volt meter
    Water Temp Gauge


    Spare 208 Transfer case
    Rocker panels have been replaced and sealed with new metal

    I'm sure that there is stuff that I am forgetting.

    It needs:

    The power rear window needs the weatherstripping and window channels replaced. The window is currently out of the truck, and the parts should be about $150 from LMC Truck.
    The Power Windows in the front could use new motors. They work, currently, but are slow.

    Pictures and videos can be found here: http://k5.lusermanagement.com
    Last edited: Sep 16, 2006
  2. NerdBoy

    NerdBoy 1/2 ton status

    Dec 24, 2002
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    Southern Illinois
    Bump for new price.

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