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Form+Function – 1978 P20 Stepvan

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Shane Walcutt's 1978 P20 Stepvan

Shane Walcutt’s 1978 P20 Stepvan is one of the coolest and most unique rides we have seen in a while. With details galore, this retired delivery van stands out in a crowd. Shane wanted to build something that would catch people’s attention, promote his upholstery business, and would be a blast to drive. He did just that and then some.

GM Performance LS3 6.2L, Champion aluminum radiator, Holley front accessory drive system, Hooker Headers, Custom 3″ exhaust system by Inge Autoworks, Black Widow Venom mufflers, 4L65E transmission , 2,800rpm stall torque converter, Lokar shifter, Original GM chassis, GSI bolt-in front air bag crossmember, GSI power rack & pinion steering, Airlift bags, front & rear, Airlift air management, Speed Daddy 15-gallon fuel tank, GSI rear weld-in step notch, 4-link rear suspension, Original GM 10-bolt rear end, Richmond differential with 4.10 ring & pinion, Richmond axles, Detroit Steel Ambassador wheels, 22×9, Goodyear tires, 255/30R22, POL master cylinder and booster, Ididit steering column, Uni-Shine 7″ LED headlights, LED trailer light taillights, Dakota Digital gauges, Billet Specialties steering wheel, Highback stepvan seats from Mills Supply and interior components covered in distressed black Morbern Carrara by Strictly Interiors, Shoutouts: My wife, Lissette Walcutt, Andy V. From Broken Bolts, and Inge Autoworks

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