MORE: Listener Submitted CARS and TRUCKS from Murfreesboro area (Dodge)

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1980 Dodge D150 - Kevin Isenberg told us he always wanted a short wheelbase regular cab 1972-1980 Dodge pickup. "I bought this one from a guy south of Fayetteville, TN. He already did the paint and body work. I'm just fixing a few things and rounding up parts for a 400 based Chrysler big block." It currently has a 440 backed by a 727 Torqueflite transmission.

1998 Dodge SS/T:

Kevin Isenberg purchased this truck brand new on April 11, 1998. Currently, it has just over 59,000 miles. The only modifications he has done to the truck are a drop in K&N air filter, lowered it 3"/5" using Belltech coil springs up front and leafs in the rear, and made a short radio antenna. He still has the factory roll pan.

The SS/T was built in 1997 and 1998. There were supposedly 2567 built in 1998. They were offered in black, red, and emerald green all with silver stripes and white with blue stripes. The 1998 SS/T had a 250 horse/345 ft. lb. power rating from the factory. The 5.9 Magnum with the automatic transmission was the only drivetrain offered in an SS/T.

1987 Shelby GLHS - Kevin has owned this car since August 1999. It is #0592 of 1000 built. All 1000 were built exactly alike. Carroll Shelby modified these cars at his Whittier, CA facility. He added the Centurion wheels, intercooled the 2.2 turbo, installed Koni adjustable shocks/struts, and added a few cosmetic touches. It currently has a little over 50,000 original miles and wears most of its original paint.

The Turbo(s):

Pictured is a 1985 Shelby charger Turbo and a 1987 Shelby Charger GLHS Turbo.

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