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93 S dime

edited November 2015 in Projects
Picked up this 93 S-10 from a family member, it already has a, lets say a strong sbc/700r4 already installed so the bulk of the work is already done for me.

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just brought it home

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painted it myself in my garage with the dupilcolor paint system only about $300 in paint!

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rolled it outside to see the flaws after first coat of base coat

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I hate wetsanding!

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my attempt at a custom bed liner

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New molded carpet for $100! from ebay, even from America!
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  • todo list this year:
    new carburetor, thinking a Demon (wish i had the money to throw injection at it)
    Independent rear suspension out a corvette. i think it was C4? picked it up for $500 already fabbed up for S-10 frame rails
    wheels and tires after rear end is in to gett my backspace/offset dialed
    countless other misc little things
  • I might have a 750 double pumper in the garage for ya. Needs to be cleaned but came off a running motor 2 years ago.
  • im being picky with the parts ill prob be buying a new one.
  • Love this truck! The lopey idle at Gooseberry was crazy, must have been turning at 500rpms. Haha
  • ^for sure, that was awesome.

    Im quite curious about the irs, what made you decide.on that route?
  • too good of a deal to say no, basically it will be cheaper than building up the 10bolt or swapping to a 12bolt, and it will be different except for the reports of another one around town that has one.
  • I'll give you the carb if you want to try it. I'm not going to go carb'd anymore so might as well go to someone that could use it.
  • if i dont have a new one by the time i want to drive it ill hit ya up
  • It's all yours buddy. Comes with the feed line to.
  • How much fab work is there to put that IRS in?
  • thats the great part of this one somebody already fabbed it into S10 rails so i just have to swap into my frame rails.
  • That's pretty awesome. So I'm guessing you have to cut the existing frame rails and sort of "splice" in the IRS?
  • nope i could basically bolt it in, but i will probably choosing to weld most of it.
  • I can't believe that rear end didn't shit the bed yet! It's gotta be close...then FUN TIME!
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