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-1988 Dodge D-50 Long-bed. Original owner

-Turbo 350 Transmission.-Mitsubishi 4x4 3:55 limited slip rear end

Truck has fresh rebuilt by "Engine Labs of Orlando" 5.7 liter Chevy Small block V8 .030 over hypereutectic pistons, 9.5:1 compression, Less than 3,000 miles on rebuild. Over $25,000 invested!

-Edelbrock Aluminum Performer RPM Cylinder Heads.

-Brand New 03/2004 Edelbrock  Performer Carburetor.

 Edelbrock  Performer RPM Camshaft and Intake Manifold.

-Morroso Gold anodized aluminum oil pan and valve covers.

-GM 140 amp Hi-output Alternator

-GM Hi-Torq. Corvette mini starter.

-Sanderson Cast Steel Exhaust manifolds.

-K&N "Air Raid" Intake System.

-Mallory high-pressure fuel pump frame mounted with braided fuel line and return line with underhood bypass style regulator with guage (NOS ready).

-Brand New oversized Radiator catch can (not shown in picture).

-Race built Turbo 350 Transmission.

-Dacco Street/Strip Stall converter.

-MSD 7AL Ignition, MSD Billet Aluminum Distributor.

-Griffin Aluminum 2 Row Radiator.

-Hi performance Racing Flex Fan with Chrome Fan shroud

-CSI Anodized billet aluminum swivel thermostat housing with real SS braided uper radiator hose & aluminum lower flex hose.

-Flow Master 21/2" 3 chamber mufflers with dual exhaust and rear exit chrome tips professionally installed.

-Remote dual oil filters & oil cooler (plumbed with braided line and AN fittings)

-Power Steering: GM Saginaw pump with Morosso aluminum racing pulley.

-Auto Meter gages. Water temperature, Voltage & Oil pressure.

-Under hood Fuel pressure guage. Cowl mounted fuel pressure guage. (NOS ready)

-B&M Ratchet Shifter.

-Brand New 2004 Bed mounted NASCAR dry cell battery.

-Trans Am Leather seats w/Onboard air adjustments, Lumbar etc (not   hooked up).

-Mitsubishi Heavy Duty 4X4 355:1 Limited Slip Rear End.

-Custom made Heavy duty Mad Max style front pipe bumper.

-Rear mounted transmission cooler.

-Aluminum alloy rims

-BF Goodrich Radial TA's Front and Rear.

-Factory Bed-liner.

-Solar "battery buddy" battery charger.

-Rear air shocks

-High intensity "Cryastal Blue" halogen Headlights



This is rust free, Florida Truck; it has been garaged for the past 4 years. Look under the truck and you'll notice that all the exhaust work is neat and rattle free. The transmission was freshly rebuilt for street strip use about 5 years ago and now leaks a bit but is very reliable and shifts hard. A high capacity chrome pan with drain plug has been added. The interior has been upgraded with Trans-AM leather seats. Each seat has an on board electric back and lumbar adjustments, these have not been hooked up so I don't know if they work. It still has the stock Dodge D-50 vinyl doors (I RECENTLY RECOVERED THE DOOR PANELS WITH VELOUR FABRIC)and dash, with added floor carpet. (3) Auto Meter gages have been mounted in the dash where the factory clock used to be. A mini-tachometer is mounted in front of the factory (now non-functioning) water temp gage. Remote dual oil filter set-up with oil cooler, a NASCAR dry cell battery has been relocated to the passenger side of the bed in-between the wheel well and the cab. A high-pressure fuel pump is frame mounted on the driver's side frame rail under the bed. The stock Front bumper has been replaced with a custom-made mad max style mandrel bent pipe bumper. The front bumper has been coated with black Hurcu-liner and is tough as hell. The coating will break your skin if you rub against it with bare flesh.  The Factory plastic grill is still hanging in place and is securely mounted with wire ties for easy off and on. The factory radiator support has been modified to fit in the largest griffin aluminum radiator I could fit. I have removed the factory A/C and had plans on mounting it in the rear where the spare tire used to be, that is where the heavy duty Derale transmission cooler lives. This truck used to be a daily work/deliver vehicle for a very busy t-shirt shop. I still have all the A/C parts and it blew cold as hell when I removed it. The compressor is an upgraded Sankyo and was professionally installed. I could be easily re-installed and upgraded to the new refrigerant.

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