Well, delusions of grandeur not withstanding, here are some of my other projects. I'm a born and bred gear head. I grew up about 2 miles from the local 1/8 mile drag strip and my Dad built engines and transmissions in the 70's for hot rods and race cars. He and his ex-brother-in-law won some championships on the east coast in the late 70's with a 500cid HEMI powered Challenger.
My new to me DD:
2000 GMC K2500 Sierra Classic. Crew Cab, short bed, 4x4. 5.7L/4L80E. SLE package. Pretty nice old truck. 267k miles on it when I bought it. It belonged to a contractor in South Carolina and was his personal "boss's truck" so very little wear and no rust. I've got a step side bed for it I'm hoping to get fixed up and ready to go on before the end of the month.
The Rock Crawler:
1984 K5 Blazer Silverado 350/TH700R4/NP208 Locked/shafted 10b front, spooled/shafted 12b rear 3.42 gears. 33x10.50R15 Super Swamper Bogger tires
I've got to do a cam swap this summer in it and get some more fab work done. Not a major priority as it runs the local trail just fine as-is, but it's not trip worthy just yet. Needs sliders, tube doors and a decent front bumper. I wish I had gone with 35's, but I got too good a deal in those 33s to pass up.
My 89 Camaro RS T-top
Original L03 5.0L/TH700R4. Garage kept lady car from NC. Still has original window sticker and t-top bag. Gonna need some welding done on the body soon, it is cracking behind the t-tops as most of them do. It doesn't get driven much.
The Camaro lurking behind it is a 84 SC I built pretty much from scratch. ~400hp 350/TH700R4 3.73's. Lots of suspension parts and work. Handles wonderful and is a blast, but because it only seats 4 and there is 5 of us, will be taken apart this summer to donate it's driveline to this:
84 Monte Carlo SS