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'91 S10 - LS Powered AWD Sleeper - SOLD

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Old 09-19-2013, 08:06 AM
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Year: 1991
Make: Chevrolet
Model: S-10
Price: $1
Mileage: 1
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): MI
Color: White
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD

I would like to offer up for sale my '91 Chevy S10. It's powered by a cammed 5.3L LS engine, backed by a built 4L70e and stall converter and putting power down to all 4 wheels through a NP120 full time all-wheel drive transfer case. This truck launches hard and barks in 2nd gear. There are TONS of new parts, from restoration parts to swap parts. If I could buy it new, I did. I built the truck to be a somewhat of a sleeper. It's got the work truck look with the black bumper, door handles and grille. Just add your taste in wheels and tires and make this truck your own. All of the hard work is done. This truck runs and drives very strong. It still needs just a little to be perfect. Check out the list of work done and also the to do list. I am happy to discuss the details with any interested and serious buyers.

http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f135/9...roject-492475/

Engine/ Drivetrain:
5.3L ('06 Avalanche ~60k miles)
Thunder Racing TruTroq level 1 cam
Comp valve springs
Comp pushrods
Hedman headers, wrapped
Blackbear tune
Walbro 255 gph fuel pump
C4 Corvette Radiator
Twin electric fan
PSI DBW engine wire harness and fuse block
C5 corvette fuel pressure regulator
New PS lines
New hoses
New Belts
New metal radiator hoses

NP120 AWD transfer case with Torsen T3 center differential (2006 TBSS)
2300 Stall converter
4L70e Trans (2006 Trailblazer SS)
▪ Rear Heavy Duty 5 Pinion Planetary
▪ Front Heavy Duty 5 Pinion Planetary
▪ (3) Aluminum Pistons
▪ Corvette 2nd Gear Servo
▪ Super Servo 4th Gear Cover
▪ High Performance Steel Kit
▪ High Performance Clutch Kit
▪ Carbon fiber 3-4 Band
▪ Beast Sun Shell
▪ Heavy Duty 29 Element Sprag
▪ Heavy Duty Wide Rear Sprag
▪ All New Electronics
▪ 1-2 Shift Solenoid
▪ 2-3 Shift Solenoid

Body:
Cowl hood
Shaved emblems
Fender flairs
Poly body mounts
New bumpers
New mirrors
New door handles and locks
New ignition switch
Roll pan
Sunroof delete panel included

Interior:
Blazer bucket seat conversion
Envoy center console and shifter
Pioneer CD/MP3 (not installed)
Kenwood speakers
Grant steering wheel
New Carpet

Chassis:
Jeep steering shaft
New RH front caliper
New front pads
New Brake master cylinder
2" lowering keys in front
3" blocks in rear
Traction bars

To do list:
Install black seat belts
Install aftermarket gauges
Install new windshield
Tires












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Love, Love, Love this thing. How strong are these transfer cases? Seems like this thing would be a 0-60 monster with dr's on all 4 corners.

Any interest in a trade towards xtreme in sig? If not, GLWS.

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Originally Posted by distortion_69 View Post
Love, Love, Love this thing. How strong are these transfer cases? Seems like this thing would be a 0-60 monster with dr's on all 4 corners.

In interest in a trade towards xtreme in sig? If not, GLWS.
Thanks! According to Super Chevy Mag, the '07 TBSS weighs 4875 lbs and made 400 hp. My S10 should be just over 400hp and weighs in the low 3k range so I'd say the t-case should be plenty strong in this application. Plus the helical, Torsen T3, center diff is a lot more responsive than the SY/TY vsicous type t-cases. I have a idle & walk around vid i plan to upload to youtube in a day or two.
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i would love to see the idle and walkaround vid... also wish you were closer this is a cool setup
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i would love to see the idle and walkaround vid... also wish you were closer this is a cool setup
Thanks! and done... I guess its not so much a sleepr with these mufflers on it This was taken during the build. Its much more finished now.
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Sounds awesome and looks real good man. Good luck with the sale! If you were closer I would take this off your hands and get rid of my 99 v6 f150 as my winter car.
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This thing would be so nasty on the street with a turbo or some nitrous.if I sell my car I might pick this up.younhavent had it at the track have u?
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it mite be time to sell my cts-v and replace it with this!
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Originally Posted by xbladr View Post
Sounds awesome and looks real good man. Good luck with the sale! If you were closer I would take this off your hands and get rid of my 99 v6 f150 as my winter car.
Thanks man, its been fun. I just have too many project right now.
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This thing would be so nasty on the street with a turbo or some nitrous.if I sell my car I might pick this up.you havent had it at the track have u?
That was my plan! throw a turbo on this and it would just be ridiculous. I have not had it at the track. I roll raced my buddys 05 CTSV, stock, and walked him pretty good.
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it mite be time to sell my cts-v and replace it with this!
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Very nicely done! I got out of hondas about 12 years ago. I dont think i could go back to fwd or 4 cyl though. GLWS!
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Bump for today
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Bump for today
you wouldnt be interested in adding cash with it for a 2010 ss 6 speed with 900 miles would you?I have it posted on here if you want some more info
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you wouldnt be interested in adding cash with it for a 2010 ss 6 speed with 900 miles would you?I have it posted on here if you want some more info
Thanks for the offer but I need the cash for other projects.
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bump for a sick build/swap
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Any interest in a 99 F150 4x4 160k miles but runs great no issues. Green stepside tan interior. Bedliner and tonneau cover as well. Plus I would toss cash on top. Let me know via pm
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Good luck with sell!! Haven't seen something like this before...beautiful build! AWD is awesome..!

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what kind of gas milage does it get?
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what kind of gas milage does it get?
Why do you even ask

Seriously, I'm betting its around the same as a late model AWD Denali or Escalade, somewhere between 10 to 15.

As to the op, I want this to look as stock as possible Do you have???

1. Rear bumper? Not a huge deal if you don't have one or the stock one is beat up.

2. Windshield wipers? Do they work?

3. Stock wheels? Will the stock wheels fit like normal, ie not sticking out of the fenders like your current wheels? I know you could get some cool wheel options on the later model S-10 Xtreme, might swap to some of those.

4. Stock hood? Does it need paint? Does it even fit now with the v8? Once again not a real big deal.

5. Has this truck been hit in the front? I noticed you hacked up the radiator core support and it looks rather wavy. Please explain.

6. Does the sunroof leak?

7. Does the a/c work?

8. Does the the heat work?

Finally, last question, where does this truck come from? I don't want an up north truck that's rusty underneath, has bondo in all the fenders/rockers, etc. It looks nice in the pics, but then again something can look nice with 200lbs of bondo and some fresh paint.

Not saying your truck is like this, but if it was driven in 22 Detroit winters its probably full of bondo. Or not, if it came from a warmer climate.


I will say I am interested, as the AWD thing makes it one cool swap.

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[QUOTE=AronZ28;17713343]Why do you even ask

Seriously, I'm betting its around the same as a late model AWD Denali or Escalade, somewhere between 10 to 15.

just curious thinking about buying it for a daily driver...as far as your rust questions if you click the link he posted it has pics of when he first got it.

http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f135/9...roject-492475/
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