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he'll be 16 in august and I remeber my parents not buying me what I realy wanted and maybe thats why I bought 18 cars & trucks by the age of 22.

it has air bags in the rear and is fliped over the axle with a c notch. lowered spindles up front w/17's all around.

all shaved handles even the gas door opening, the rear tail lights are shaved also with the roll pan w/ corvette lights and a flip down plate for the hidden hitch. inside has a cd w/a speaker box that takes up the whole rear seat area the seat is gone just a carpeted deck area with an amp and about 4 tweders. 96,000 original miles w/350 at od and its a 93 or 94 not sure when it was registered.

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I don't know about you guys but I believe that 90% of the joy of having a vehicle such as that is knowing the work you put into it. I've put so much blood sweat and tears into my car that it would be impossible to part with it. but if he's not one to do things like that and he wants a vehicle different than the others go for it. Me, I'm not a truck guy myself. But like mdog said make sure everything is done right, I've heard of people heating springs which makes them weak and a possibility of breakage occurs, so research before buying :hmmm

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ot my boy! :hmmm

I traded in a truck some what like this when I got my van I should of kept that for him but I did''nt.

the truck also has alarm remote start and doors that pop open, the only thing in the engine bay thats note worthy is some old dried up oil seepage around one of the water pump bolts, no biggie. oh it also has a air compressor & optima battery.

the rest of what it has you can see in the picture, it will need tires in about 10-15000 miles and there perfectly worn no ridges or curves or bumpes in them, no tread more worn on the inside or outside.

the price will kill you all!!

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