1970 GMC Jimmy En venta

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      7,035 millas
      • Tren motriz 2WD
      • Exterior / Color interior Rojo / Tan
      • Transmisión Automática
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      1970 GMC JIMMY/BLAZER LOWBELLY Red over Tan1 of a Kind! Behind the Truck: Custom truck enthusiasts who are looking for a body-scraping stance know you don't get it by simply cutting some coil springs or clipping the front end of a pickup. The real way to lay metal to pavement is by using an airbag suspension, which is exactly what Mike King of Seymour, Indiana did when he decided to slam his '70 Chevy Blazer. Having been raised on pro-street cars and street rods, Mike's upbringing gave him a passionate desire to construct unique vehicles. With his heart set on building a custom roadster that would be comfortable to drive and awesome to look at, he ended up purchasing the Blazer for a mere $400. No one could envision how Mike was going to turn a truck into a roadster, but after completely taking apart the body and frame, the transformation began. Mike started by using 1/8-inch-thick, 2x4 box tubing from Art Morrison Chassis to create a new subframe for the Blazer, which included a Ford nine-inch rear outfitted with Moser axles and 3.50 gears. The rear uses a four-bar style suspension. KYB gas shocks and a set of Corvette 13-inch brake rotors to bring the large 18 front and 20 rear Foose Racing wheels to a halt. Up front, an Art Morrison Mustang II suspension was added that utilizes Corvette disc brakes and Mustang rack-and-pinion steering. Instead of using springs at all four corners of the Blazer's suspension, Mike decided to use an Air Ride Technologies airbag system. The system replaces the springs with airbags that can raise or lower the ride height by a mere flip of a switch. A small air tank holds extra pressure in the system, while an electronic air pump keeps the pressure at maximum levels. The result is hydraulic-like suspension operation without the harsh ride, and the tank always has enough air to raise and lower the vehicle at any given time. Once you get over the Blazer's ride height, you'll be drawn to its interior. The Tea's custom seats were upholstered in tan leather and accented with tan carpet, all of which was installed by Brian Barlow. The dash does not even resemble that of a factory pickup, as it came out of a '59 Chevy and features Auto Meter gauges along with Billet Specialties steering wheel and a polished steering column. The stock stereo system was replaced by a custom Alpine unit that includes Boston Acoustic speakers hidden in the molded door panels and behind the seats. The head unit fits comfortably in the fabricated center console, which also houses the Air Ride air pressure gauge and switches. If you look closely, you will notice that the console flows into the rear of the Blazer's tonneau c

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      Jabaay Motors

      8120 Grant Street, Merrillville, IN, 46410

      Características de este vehículo

      • Boston Acoustic Sound System

      • Bolsas de Aire
      • Center Console
      • Dirección hidráulica