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1963 Chevrolet C-10
Sale price: $20,000.00 make an offer
Car location: Thornville, Ohio, United States
Sale type: Fixed price listing
Technical specifications, photos and description:
1963 Chevy C10 Step Side. 35k original miles on the truck.
I built this truck from the ground up. I have lots of pictures of the build, I can provide if purchased. I did everything right, every bolt I touched got replaced by a grade 8, a stainless, or a chrome. It wins trophies at almost every show I go to. I won the top 20 at the Columbus Zoo last year with 3k + cars.. so…
7k miles on the engine.
396 Stroker from Blue Print Engines. 500 HP and 490 FP torque. (I have the build sheet upon request)
Holy Sniper EFI Throttle body
Sniper Ignition System
Sniper Distributor and Coil Pack.
CVF Racing Serpentine System with A/C Compressor
Holy Single Plain High Rise Aluminum Intake
Double Roller timing chain
Champion 3 row Aluminum Radiator with the biggest fan they had. Truck runs around 185, fan will kick on at 195 and it cools back to the 185 in a snap. I fabricated the shroud and brackets.
I was going for a really clean look on this engine. Notice the plug wire separators on the valve covers, and you can't see all the EFI, relays, and AC wires. I have them all hidden really well.
The radiator and heater lines are all AN fittings. I spent over $600 just on those fittings alone.
5k miles on the transmission and torque converter
700R4 with an upgraded front pump to handle the torque.
Hughes 2500 Stall with lock out. I hit a button when I'm around 65/70 and it locks out the trans for overdrive.
Lokar shifter and linkage.
Body and underneath:
Lowered 5 and 4.
The Wheels are from Wheel Vintques, powder coated white and old school chevy smoothie hub caps.
All new control arms, idler, lower A-arms, ball joints top and bottom
Fuel tank relocated to the back. It has a return line feeding it for the EFI. Holy fuel filter. In-tank fuel pump.
The bed wood is the original wood. I saved and milled it. I used a pickled oak stain, I wanted to keep some of the age marks (character). I also used varnish as the clear (polyurethane will yellow or peel over time).
The front windshield has a grove in it where the farmer that owned it before me never replaced the blade. I have a new windshield (and rubber) for it, however I never put it in because I like the character of it. You can have the new one. I wanted a farm truck on the outside and bad mofo underneath build..so…
All new brake lines front to back.
Wilwood Master Cylinder and Power Booster.
Front disc conversion, slotted rotors.
Upgraded 100 AMP box.
Vintage Air with custom painted vents.
Retro Sound Hermosa Beach Stereo with subwoofer, 2 front speakers and 2 behind seat. Has blue tooth.
Custom Interior with bucket seats and a buddy seat/arm rest. All of these move forward and back.
3 Point seat belts for driver and passenger and a lap for the buddy.
I kept the original dash, it's been cleaned. I liked the look and given that it is 35k original miles, I wanted to leave it.
I used Kilmat sound deadener in the cab.
Ididit tilt steering column.
Sniper EFI heads Up display
Custom Paint. Custom Door Panels.
Altman Easy Latches (bear claw) on the doors.
Dual out the back, with Patriot Headers. I went through 3 pairs of headers until I found these, they have held up better than Hedman. The mufflers are Turbos, no drone driving down the road.
The paint is a 15 footer. It looks good, however there are a couple of nicks. Please see the pics. The hood is the only thing I was going to fix. I have a brand new hood ($1k and good luck getting them now), if purchased you can have that too.
I already mentioned the grove in the windshield I do have the new windshield (and rubber), however I had no intentions of putting it in.
I have tons of videos of the build, etc. If you have any questions please feel free to message me. The title is clean, Ohio.
Bid with confidence. I'm not trying to scam anyone or mislead in anyway. The truck is as described. If you want more pics or need a picture of something in particular let me know.
You are obviously responsible for pickup or shipping. No warranty express or implied in any way.
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