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For Sale: 1994 Chevy Beretta. I built the car a few years ago as a winter project, beretta body on a two wheel drive slightly lenghtened S10 frame, the car is tucked nicely into the frame, the frame has been sand blasted and painted black, newer chevy 350 engine 4 bolt main, new dual exhaust, 350 trans with shift kit, like new tires, the interior needs some work, and the paint is faded, runs and drives very good, needs to be finished, makes people look and wonder! PRICE IS RIGHT 1500.00

original link where he can be contacted:
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It's not going to lower much because it's a body sitting on top of a frame.

You'd need to body drop that bitch to get it to look right. If I'm going to do that much work I'd just build a tube chassis for it.

Those Edelbrock Triangle air filters are god awful for making power too, but ******** love em.

cripes: sorry to bump a dead thread, it was linked from the Beretta forum and I didn't look at the date.
 

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Yeah he said he tucked the frame pretty well I think. Drop spindles and shackles/blocks in the rear would have it looking stock. And some aftermarket or stock beretta rims.
 
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