Check out this 1953 Chevy pickup.

What an awesome truck. It looks good and is probably pretty fast.

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That said, here’s the ad:

1953 Chevy pickup built into a street stock race car. Buy this two seater truck and use for advertisement at your local track. You could give rides to local patrons. You could even turn this into a rat rod with little work. This truck was built for the 2013 race season and has 8 races on it. Finished 2nd in points this season. This truck was built on a 1975 Malibu frame. It has all new steel bushings, ball joints and steering components. Coleman floater, metric calibers, 6.00 gears, full spool. 16 gallon Jazz fuel cell with 5/8″ fuel line. All new battery, cables, GEO alternator, switches, tack and gauges. 4 new PRO shocks. Muncie 2 speed transmission with light flywheel and light Speedway clutch. This has two seats with all new belts and window nets. Drivers seat is a full containment seat. Has aluminum radiator, aluminum water pump, aluminum power steering, and aluminum pulleys. New Carter fuel pump and inline cleanable fuel filter. Willys 4412 carburetor. New stock HEI distributor. New spark plug wires. Has a good oil pan. Tru coil rear springs and Landrum front springs. Right front steel hub. 6-8″ wide wheels. 5 on 5 bolt pattern. Motor is a 60 over 350. 4 bolt main with stock cast crank. 6.125 Eagle rods. 60 over Probe flat top pistons. 0 deck. Vortex heads. Angle milled 125 thousandths. Vortex dual plane high rise intake manifold. Speedway 504-504 cam. Screw in studs and guide plates. K&N control air filter. Dual breather valve covers.¬†Call Dan at (Five Four One)679-843Five with any questions. No text. May consider partial trade.

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By the way, its in Roseberg, Oregon and from Craigslist. Too bad the trailer doesn’t come with it!!!!!

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