Window fuzzies are good and work like they should. It handles great, and does not wander or pull to the side or anything. These will serve as mounting points for the C-channel inner brace. It all looks great on the truck, and it currently has only 3 spinners as someone stole one off of it at the downtown cruise night two days ago, and I am still trying to find a replacement. Furthermore production numbers were large and they were home to several of the same engines used in popular Chevy cars, meaning maintenance, restoration, and upgrades are all relatively easy endeavors. The paint and body work reflects excellent craftsmanship and actually looks better in person than in pictures.
Rear lower cab trim is shiny and nice. The cab mount is then bolted in place using these new holes and then used as a template for the rear pair. Car details The 1968 has the nicest grill system of any of the C10s all metal and 67 same but had a small back window, all the other years are plastic ,Trucks came with 6 cylinders V8 327,350,400 small block and 396,402 big blockThe restoration started in 2009 truck was dismantled by a body shop in Turlock, California whereThe started a full on assembly with new stock and custom parts like power disc brakes and rotors and calipers, Cowl hood was installed all new glass, sound absorber padding under new carpetDash and full inside of cab sanded and painted new tilt column, stereo with speaker box behind seatWhere fuel tank was removed the glass vents in the doors were removed and a one Piece glass kitWas installed and nice and quiet too. It represents a level of restoration that is far in excess of trucks offered at the large auctions no names mentioned and the upgrades make it a totally reliable, comfortable, nice performing ½ ton pickup. Driver and passenger arm rest pads are in good condition, but show light signs of use and age.
The truck runs great, and is a wonderful cruiser that is happiest around 55 mph, just like the speed limits it was built for intended it to be. The bumpers are straight, free from damage, and the chrome is excellent. The seat is clean and shows wonderfully. Dual padded sun visors look and work great. The templates are designed to bolt to the chassis using existing holes labeled 1 , removing any guesswork when it comes time to make the cut. It's actually a 71 with a 67 front end. This truck was nicely done, fully restored a few years ago.
Tailgate trim and tail lamp surrounds are all pretty and bright. To do so, the top and bottom needs to be trimmed to clear the rivets holding the crossmember in place. It moves fore and aft like it should. This car runs, and it runs strong. The body itself is free from dents and other damage and, as a mostly weekend and show truck, it remains free from parking lot dents and road rash on the front. The transmission is free from any issues and there are no signs of slipping, noise, or shifting issues. Look at the 100 photos I have provided, and see the detailed shots of those areas, as well as the rest of the truck.
The spare is space saver mounted properly under the bed. This 1955 classic is sitting on a 1968 c10 pickup frame with a 373 rear end. Paintwork really stands out, especially out in the sun. The doors do not sag, and, of course, the hinges are solid and rust free. When they were new working trucks, the steel floors tended to be more popular. Glass is clean and neat, and free of any cracks or chips.
Using the front most pair, the template is aligned with the rear two holes from the original cab mount. Power steering is so light anyone can drive the truck with ease. The truck is lowered just slightly so it has a nice stance but is not slammed to the ground or modified with air bags of radical suspension changes from stock. Car details Up for sale is a 1968 Chevrolet C10 original short bed. Heat and fan controls work, and the blower motor functions as it should too. The photos accurately describe the cars condition and a video is provided to see the truck start, hear the engine and view a walk around. Gutters are clean, solid, and show wonderfully.
The news engines offered were a 5L, 310 horse power V8 and a 6. The location of the rear pair of holes on the template are then transferred to the chassis. Rear spare carrier is intact, as is a spare wheel and tire. Odometer is functional and shows 480 miles. Here, the cab mount and C-channel inner brace are both attached to the rear half of the frame. This would make a great daily driver. The undersides of the hood and trunk are free from rust, dirt and grease and in excellent condition.
Ride is soft and pliable, and it does not wallow when cornering. The paint is in good condition. Bright grill mouldings, hood and headlamp surround, and bright headlight buckets all look great. From front to back everything is fully functional and or new. The body is extremely straight and solid and the undercarriage photos shown is dry with absolutely no rust through, damage to the frame, or suspension components.
It was also the 50th year anniversary of truck production by releasing a white and gold special edition truck. It starts easily, idles cleanly, and is ready to drive quickly. No rust around the windshield nor on the chrome. Bed is clean, painted, and super solid, with no liner spray or anything else on it. I emailed the buyer to let them know. It starts immediately under all conditions, and runs cool, even in the 100+ degree weather in Northern California.
Imagine how beautiful it will look when you take the time to really clean it from front to back!!!! The Chevy has excellent power, stops and steers straight and does not pull, or wander. With just over 4000 miles on the chassis since the restoration a little over 5 years ago. Custom paint, Lexus Pearl metallic over Porsche bronze. Paint is glossy, slick, and clean and shows wonderfully all around. The 307ci V8 is a great running motor, and has no known issues at this time.