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1999 Chevrolet S-10 LINGENFELTER PRO SERIES

Stock # MUSEUM 50, 358, Automatic
MUSEUM ONLY

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  • Type: Used
  • Model: S-10
  • Trim: LINGENFELTER PRO SERIES
  • Body: Pickup Truck
  • Doors: 2
  • Stock#: MUSEUM 50
  • VIN #: 123456
  • Engine: 358
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Drive: Rear Wheel Drive
Its a 1 of 1 1998 Chevy S10. This truck was owned by GM and The legendary chassis builder Jerry Haas and was powered by A 358 small block built by the Legendary motor builder John Lingenfelter and was raced at Pomona CA in 1997 by John Lingenfelter in the NHRA Pro Stock Truck series. Lingenfelter is and was legendary for making small block GM motors scream and posted times like 7.393 in the quarter of mile at 182.75 with this actual truck. More importantly is the legacy that follows Lingenfelter. He is the founder of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering LPE and has worked hand in hand with GM specializing in modifying and tuning GM small blocks. Lingenfelter won 13 career national events in Competition Eliminator and was the first driver in the class to break the six-second quarter-mile barrier. He finished second in the Pro Stock Truck standings in 1998 with this truck. The truck was purchased directly from General Motors personal collection. The truck is proudly on display here at LRA Auto Museum in Bristol, PA.
  • Its a 1 of 1 1998 Chevy S10. This truck was owned by GM and The legendary chassis builder Jerry Haas and was powered by A 358 small block built by the Legendary motor builder John Lingenfelter and was raced at Pomona CA in 1997 by John Lingenfelter in the NHRA Pro Stock Truck series. Lingenfelter is and was legendary for making small block GM motors scream and posted times like 7.393 in the quarter of mile at 182.75 with this actual truck. More importantly is the legacy that follows Lingenfelter. He is the founder of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering LPE and has worked hand in hand with GM specializing in modifying and tuning GM small blocks. Lingenfelter won 13 career national event events in Competition Eliminator and was the first driver in the class to break the six-second quarter-mile barrier. He finished second in the Pro Stock Truck standings in 1998 with this truck. The truck was purchased directly from General Motors personal collection.The truck is proudly on display in it
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