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As seen on John’s Presentation YouTube Channel, this 1942 Chevrolet Classic Truck is for sale. Named Frankenstein, obviously, because it stands 9 and a half feet tall and on Michelin 395-85-20’s tires wrapped around military bead lock aluminum wheels. The wheel base is 115” and tires are 88” outside to outside. The cab is a ‘42’ Chevrolet 506G Military series. This classic is built for show, but with offroad power. You will get attention from the crowds it pleases. With over $150,000.00 USD in upgrades, this Stronghold of Freemen boasts a 1994 5.9L 12 valve second generation Cummins Turbo Diesel with Rockwell axels and transfer case. The transmission is a rebuilt Spicer 6052 five speed. The body panels were taken down to bare metal and professionally done. All mechanicals and fabrication done by professionals as well. Although a 4x4, this awesome truck, has never seen off-road duty. It has front and rear Yukon lockers with A.V.M. locking hubs. There are Wilwood disc brakes on this classic and the design will require an upgrade of reinstalling the rear pinion brake assembly to make him greater. In addition, a steering stabilizer will add even more control to its stronghold of power. This classic 1942 Chevrolet truck was recently completed and other mentions include: 24 Volt alternator, winch, powder coated custom bed, bumper and grill, professionally built walnut side boards, Rough Stuff track bars, 2–50-gallon fuel tanks and an 80” factory flatbed with custom built-in exhaust stacks. Keep in mind this is an off-road truck. Frankenstein can be purchased for $90,000.00 USD. All transfer costs including transportation will be taken care of buy its new owner. Bank wire transfer only. Please enquire for additional information.
For an artistic rendition of this fine classic please visit John’s Presentation YouTube Channel, or, copy and paste the following URL into your browser: https://youtu.be/lgliLjunT-A
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