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Ride Profile: GB68C10 1968 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

1968 Chevrolet C10 Pickup - GB68C10

 

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1968 Chevrolet C10 Pickup Bull Run
Owner:   GB68C10
Year: 1968
Make: Chevrolet
Model: C10 Pickup
Est.Horsepower: 320
Suspension: Early Classic Enterprises (ECE) 2-inch lowering springs and gas shocks.
Paint/Body: Paint: Vermillion Red/Bright White. Body: Stock
Interior/Electronics: I did the dash & Cab and Woody’s Custom interiors of West Virginia did the bench seat.
Wheels/Tires: Wheels: 15 x 8 Truck Rallyes. Tires: BFG 235/70-15, 255/70-15
Engine: GM Performance Parts 350ci Crate Motor, Edelbrock Performer Intake & Carb, Full length Ceramic–coated Stainless Steel Hedman Hed
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About my C10 Pickup

I’ve been a very proud owner for 11 years now. New GM Performance Parts 350ci Crate Motor using Edelbrock Performer Intake and Carb, Full length Ceramic–coated Stainless Steel Hedman Hedders thru 2 ½” SS exhaust with Hooker Aerochamber SS Mufflers. It has a slightly beefed 350 Turbo trans into a 12-bolt rearend. It also has Tuff Stuff Chromed Alternator, Power Steering unit, Master Cylinder and Brake booster. The interior is a mix of 1968 and modern. Mooneyes wheel, Cal Custom “Foot” Gas and Dimmer pedal. My gauges are White faced and the Sunpro Tach.  A vintage 1967 “Bullet” Manifold Vacuum gauge and a Chromed Radio delete plate.   I did the dash & Cab and Woody’s Custom interiors of West Virginia did the bench seat. I still want it to look and ride like the truck it is, but lower it a little to handle the corners better and sit it down, so I dropped it 2 inches on all four corners with Early Classic Enterprises (ECE) 2-inch lowering springs and gas shocks. What a difference!!  I finished and installed the Bruce Horkey “Show deck” wood bed kit using Carolina Ash in Medium Oak.

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