Well I hate to sell this thing, but certain things need to be done to meet some goals this year, so here goes. '77 K5 Cheyenne -Original tow package -It has a 350 that according to the PO is a built full roller crate motor with around 9k on it. I have no way to verify the mileage on it, but it runs great. What I can tell you for sure is that it has gear drive, a decent cam, Erson valve covers (I know this means nothing), aluminum intake, and it appears to be a somewhat recent rebuild at least. It seems as though it was built for mud as it really comes alive about 3k rpm's. Also has a brand new HEI distributor. -Radiator appears to be fairly recent. -Hooker headers with 2.5" pipes back to Flowmaster's -SM465 with a new clutch. -Rebuilt 205 solid yoke -New rear driveshaft with 1350's -Fairly new all spring 6" lift. -Brand new Pro-Comp ES3000's all around. -New brakes (calipers, rotors, pads) all around and pressure bled. This thing stops on a dime. -14FF rear with disc swap. 4.10's with Gov-loc -3/4 ton 4.10 10-bolt front with flat top knuckle already drilled/tapped ready for crossover. New bearings, and gearset. I have receipts on this from who I bought it from (CK5 member). Extra shafts, knuckles and spindles. -ORD steering brace (brand new, hasn't been put on yet) -36x12.50 SX's on new black wagons. Two are practically brand new, the other two are close to it. Balanced with BB's and runs smooth down the highway. -Three spare 36x14.50 Parnelli Jones Dirt Grips. One on a new black wagon -Older Pioneer cd player, but it works. The bad: -Has typical chevy hood crease in the middle. -The windshield is cracked. It's bearable, but if it bothered you, it would need replaced. -Needs the plastic bin part of the glovebox. The "hinge" is ripped. -It needs body bushing in the back. It has the typical rust in the rockers (nothing some 2x4 rect tubing can't fix) and a few small holes in the front floorboards, but otherwise is a pretty solid truck. Came from Texas. I only took it out once and blew the 12 bolt out, so on came the 3/4 swap. It did great that one time though. Like I said, I hate to sell it now that everything is done on it, but I need to to make some things happen. This truck is ready to go out and beat on. The only thing I would do to it if I was keeping it is add crossover. Other than that, everything is pretty much done besides going to a D60. $3500 OBO. Truck is in Tulsa, Ok. I don't have a trailer, but will do what I can to help. The first two pics were taken today. The date on the camera is off.