Even though I had it stored in covered shelter, an oak tree was blown on the shelter which damaged my treasured truck. Got one for grabs only 350. Built by the Roadster Shop in 2012 as a test platform for their Fast Track Chassis, this truck is a wildly capable performance vehicle. Truck has some rust in the rockers and cab corners but is overall in good shape. They can be easily removed as they are just bolted in.
The bed is in great shape as well and the two metal wheel chucks mounted in the bed were for securing dirt bikes. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. If you own a First or even Second Generation Chevy pickup, chances are that many of your original C10 parts are on their last leg. Odometer reads 20,590 but it's probably 120,590. I'm motivated to sell, ut not desperate by any means.
There is no body filler on this truck. Please ask me any questions and I will answer them as promptly as humanly possible. The exhaust flows through a set of stainless headers into dual Magnaflow mufflers. This truck will be a great buy and investment to the new owner. I thought I may be driving the truck through the winter and wanted to add some protection. The pictures show that it is a good, lean, onest truck. I thought I may be driving the truck through the winter and wanted to add some protection.
The original owner worked for the local gas company Mountain Fuel back in the '70's, ow renamed as Questar Gas and he and several friends added a Natural Gas system to their new trucks long before we started seeing them in production cars. I recently hand waxed it and it brightened up nicely. The transmission is a 6-speed, Tremec T56 Magnum hooked to a Zoom clutch. Reserve is set very fair for what it is. Creature comforts include a classy interior with a nice stereo system, and the Vintage Air system will keep you cool on those hot summer days.
This truck has hung with Porsches on track days and is a proven autocross runner. It does need complete new exhaust. The paint is starting to show a cool patina. I purchased the truck from the original owner's son so I'm technically the third owner. It was a rock solid, mostly original longbed. Overall condition: -Frame is rock solid. The center crossmember and mid brace are designed to eliminate flex experience under heavy acceleration and hard cornering.
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In 1970 changes were minor leading to a nearly identical truck as the 1969. I'm building a new garage and addition to my home and need the space and money for that. They can be easily removed as they are just bolted in. Everything forward from there is dull. A set of Auto Meter gauges keeps an eye on the underhood appointments via an American Autowire harness, while steering duties are handled by an ididit column topped by a Grant three-spoke steering wheel. I will sell it as a roller without engine and transmission for the right price. You'll be hard pressed to find a better foundation to build on or enjoy as is.
This truck has hung with Porsches on track days and is a proven autocross runner. Got one for grabs only obo. What it still needs: -Electric fuel pump and lines. We ended up having a lot of fun with the truck, but decided that it needed to be completed properly. I recently hand waxed it and it brightened up nicely. Truck is sitting on air ride and has cupped front control arms and the frame in the rear has been notched.
Brand new upholstery in black vinyl and all new foam. The Chevy was originally purchased brand new from Graham Motor Company of Graham, North Carolina, by a gentleman who drove it home to Silver City, North Carolina, for use as a workhorse on his farm. I'm sure there is more but that's all that I can recall. The pickup was in excellent overall restorable condition complete with the original keys and Graham Motor Company keychain with weathering only at the front and rear of the body where it had slightly stuck out from under either end of the shed roof. It has pleasant road manners, drives straight and cruises nicely down the road. All that power is funneled trough an automatic transmission.
It goes without saying that as solid as the truck is it is 45 years old and is being sold as is with no warranties or guaranties expressed or implied. It can be driven and enjoyed as is or with a little work it would make a killer Hot Rod, hop Truck, r even a show truck. Came from 1984 Chevy C10. Its a good driver that hasn't let me down. I'm also happy to talk with interested buyers on the phone.