Discussion in 'Southeast Region' started by 79Stomper, Sep 26, 2006.
Hey I think steve's got some 38" boggers for sale and I've got a 6" lift sitting in the shop
I have considered a lift. Those front springs are HURTING.......
Wife is giving me 1000 budget for it.......
Looks like it's really in nice shape!!!
Must be nice to be loaded , should be ready by the21st?
83 or 84?? ....(looking at the front grille bars with color matched insets). Looks pretty good.
It is in really good shape. Only rust spot I found was on the driver door. Power windows, locks what have you. I convinced him last year to yank out the heat and AC out of it so it doesn't have that, but I have a remedy in mind. It could use a good waxing and it will shine like a jewel.
I have thought about taking it up on the 21st. It just depends on how quick I sell my truck. It needs some work, like re seal the engine and re-build the carb.
Loaded, pfft. Only way I am loaded is if I haven't crapped in a few days.....
It is an 85
So whatcha gonna do with that? Another wheeler?
I have a heater only set up if you decide you need one.
Nice, and yes I have some 38's
looks like a good find.
You're going to need a bigger yard. One that your wife can't see.
Oh, is it a 305 or 350 CID?
I'll bet you a Coke it's a 305.
According to the sticker on the Radiator Support
I thought it was a 305 until I spied the sticker and was shocked when I seen it as GM was in a stock 305 mood those few years.
Yep, need a bigger yard too. I think this will max me out on vehicles right now. Good thing I got rid of the Mercedes a few weeks ago....
Dontoe hopefully sometime in the next couple of years I'll see you on a ride, when I do I owe you a Coke.
I wanna take my wife down to Louisiana where I spent several years in the USAF. I grew quite fond of the Alexandria/Pineville area! I'll swing by then if I don't see ya before!
Done! I'll make you the same deal as James, stop by on your way and I'll buy you lunch/dinner.
Sorry guys, I had a Blonde Moment and read the freaking sticker wrong. it is an 83.
Looks oretty sitting next to the carport. I wonder what the neighbors think now.
Big thanks to Tim (gotlabs) for locating a trailer and helping me load it onto the trailer. I think that was the easist load I have ever put onto a trailer. Would have been easier if my help hadn't of backed out. He is pretty useful even with only one hand.
If you don't want the 38's right away. I've got a set of 35 boggers that we can let trim the fenders back during the THUMP!!!!! If you need any fab work let me know. Like SHACKLES, SHACKLE HANGERS, and what ever else you can think of. Man if you keep going like you're going I figure you should have about 50 or so trail rigs. Ruffly about one a week, sell one or two here and there thru out the year. You should probably go ahead and look into getting a dealers license. I see where the LOADED thing comes into play.. Can I borrow some?
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