Street Outlaws Blown Chevy Luv Listed on RacingJunk

Street Outlaws Blown Chevy Luv Listed on RacingJunk

 

Josh Morgan, recent race winner on Street Outlaws and Ohio resident, has listed his 1975 Chevy Luv truck in RacingJunk.com’s classifieds section. The truck appeared in the Monday, Nov. 14 episode of the Discovery Channel show, where Morgan drove it to a decisive victory over “Kamikaze” Chris Day’s El Camino.

 

Street Outlaws Blown Chevy Luv Listed on RacingJunk

 

Sporting an eye-catching paint scheme and filled to bursting with exciting, high quality parts (all of which are meticulously listed in the ad), the Chevy is available for sale or trade. Its moniker, “Ego Booster 2,” is emblazoned in bright neon letters on both rear quarters. The current asking price for a straight sale is $36,500.

 

Street Outlaws Blown Chevy Luv Listed on RacingJunk

 

Feel like taking a look at this impressive racer? The ad listing can be found here.

  • Jerry Whitaker

    Wow only $36500 for a “street” racer…Think I would rather put that money for something more important..like paying off my house..Pro Mods are ruining “Street Outlaws” for me…would rather see more streetable cars race than ones that cost as much as a small house 🙁

    • zz383mero

      I’m not sure where you are finding a house for $36K but I do see your point!

      • Jerry Whitaker

        No house that cheap!!.I did not mean full pay on a house..lol
        My loan payoff is a little less than the asking price for this truck…that was what I was implying…lol …
        Sad the show is getting more unrealistic..I like Big Chief, but the new “crowmod” being street legal is a big stretch…

        • Dave Herrington

          Couldn’t agree more, I did however buy my house for $47k and change, yes it needed updating, but not that much, one of the benefits of living in a town of 500.

          • MotorHead

            I agree, no more street cars on that show or there will be none fast. The CrowMod is just a ProMod car nothing else. When you see these other guys with parts duct taped to their street cars like Kamakazi (sp?) they don’t stand a chance.

            When you build a car from the ground up to be a racecar that’s what it is. I don’t know who certifies these cars for the street.But when I was younger a case of beer and 20 bucks got me a certification from a mechanic.

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