This 1968 Chevy C10 is the recent recipient of a complete frame-off restoration. It showcases new/restored mechanical components and new cosmetics throughout.
The engine is a GM 350 crate engine with an Edelbrock intake, Holley 650 carb, Edelbrock mechanical fuel pump, and coated Hedman free-flowing long tube headers. The exhaust exits via a dual aluminized system with Magnaflow mufflers. The exhaust note has a nice rumble without overwhelming your nosey neighbors. The transmission is rebuilt Turbo 350 and the rear end is a 12 bolt.
The body of the truck has new bodywork throughout and a beautiful coat of blue paint. The paint is a modern finish with a sanded and buffed clear coat. The high-quality finish extends throughout the truck as it was painted off the frame. Under the hood, the firewall is done in gloss blue and the inner fenders and core support were finished in gloss black.
The interior was stripped to bare metal and refinished in the same blue as seen on the exterior of the C10. There is new padding under the carpet, a new seat cover, door panels, and visors. All of the wiring is new in the truck including the fuse box. The gauges are new and the radio is a new RetroSound digit unit that fits nicely in the original dash.
After complete disassembly, the frame was media blasted and finished in a classy and clean, GM satin black. After the paint was completed, the truck received all-new body bushings, door seals, window sweeps, window seals, and new glass throughout. All of the stainless trim, grille, bumpers, mirrors, doors handles are new. Also new are all of the marker lights, taillights, and headlights.
If you are looking for a fully restored 2nd gen C10, this is a nice one for your collection.