Just as that air cleaner elevating above the hood would signify, there’s plenty of power on hand here in the form of a 454 cubic inch V8. While its displacement alone makes it a very capable performer to begin with, it also sports an aftermarket cam, as well as a pair of 4-barrel carbs sitting on top of an Edelbrock Hi Rise tunnel intake manifold to take things to an even higher level. The engine has just the robust, throaty rumble you’d want in a setup like this as it exhales into its pair of long tube headers and teams with a 3-speed automatic transmission that’s shifting smoothly and securely. Power brakes that feature discs up front provide prompt, low effort stops, while power steering make this great looking pickup an easy navigator as it hits the road on its set of show stopping 20″ Billet Specialties wheels outfitted with brand new low profile tires.
Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States
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