This 1968 Chevy C10 shortbed is an extremely nice driving truck, sporting a gorgeous paint job and a mild custom interior. This street proven Chevy did the Hot Rod Power Tour in ‘19 and makes for a really slick and reliable cruiser.
The body of the truck has been down to bare metal and has new, very straight bodywork and nice gaps. The paint job was done with BASF Glasurit and has 3 coats of base, and 5 coats of color sanded clear. It has a nice “wet” look since all of the texture was sanded out of the paint. All of the body rubber has been replaced, the chrome is all-new, and the plastic lenses are all new and the glass is in good condition. The chrome was replaced and the stainless has been redone. The wood bed has a ton of polyurethane on it and really pops!
The truck rides on a rebuilt suspension with dropped spindles, lowering springs, and a c-notch in the back. The C10 has power front disc brakes, power steering. She stops great and is a really smooth and reliable cruiser!
The 350 CI engine makes great power and runs nice and cool in hot weather. The engine uses an Edelbrock carb, Edelbrock E Street aluminum heads, a Lunati cam, Hooker headers, and a Flowmaster exhaust. The radiator is a larger Champion aluminum unit with dual electric fans. The trans is a Turbo 350 and the rear end is a 12 bolt.
For the C10 enthusiast, this is a really nice drivable truck!