Vehicle is sold as is there is no warranty. The black bench seat with the red bowtie logo on the backrest is in good shape, as is the matching carpet. Building it went incredibly smooth, as evident by the amount of time it took to complete it. Inside is refinished, wood and stainless floor. Very dry metal throughout, recently restored to show quality. The in-cab gas tank was removed in favor of an underbed mounted tank from Boyd Welding. The hood does have a few dent in it but nothing major.
Mags Rambler U110 Rear Wheels: 20×8 U. I've got a lot of love for this truck so pls only serious buyers, I have spent a lot of time and money on it so there is not a lot of wiggle room in the price. A deposit is required at the end of the auction and it is non refundable. I don't see any chips, nicks, cracks or bubbles. The bumpers are in very good condition, all body panels are straight and the cargo bed has a new wood floor with metal strips.
The 1960 model year introduced a new body style of light pick-up truck that featured many firsts. The basic body carried over through 1966 but was graced with restyled roof posts in 1964, giving the cab a more rakish appearance. This truck used to be a military pickup, I've owned it for over twenty years. The paint has a very smooth glossy finish throughout. Mark modified the factory electrical harness, removing all unnecessary wires.
Since 1957, trucks were available from the factory as four-wheel drive, and the new class scheme would make this known. Great start truck it fix up and take to next level or buy it and drive. The fuel gauge is inoperable but the headliner, dashboard, two-spoke steering wheel, mirrors and shift lever are all in similar shape to the seat. I don't see any chips, nicks, cracks or bubbles. Since 1957, trucks were available from the factory as four-wheel drive, and the new class scheme would make this known.
Minor restoration needed on main cab, bed of truck is all new besides fenders which have no rust. The new tank is hidden by the custom bed floor built from red oak from Home Depot. The engine bay is also smooth dry metal with a clean satin black finish. Door jambs are painted real slick, has new weatherstrip seals. The engine bay is also smooth dry metal with a clean satin black finish. Your hub for horsepower Get first access to hit shows like Roadkill and Dirt Every Day Join free for 14 days now The build began with pulling the 5.
The bumpers are in very good condition, all body panels are straight and the cargo bed has a new wood floor with metal strips. The chassis is not even pitted. The 1960 model year was the first in which Chevy pickups featured a full-width pickup box as standard equipment. Upgraded new retro stereo and Lokar floor shifter. The amp gauge works, Speedometer works Temperature gage working and pressure gauge works. Has a nice set of polished aluminum valve covers. Just shipped in from Arizona.
Especially prized are the final year 1966s with the optional and beloved 327-cid small-block V-8 even if it is detuned two-barrel best suited for low-end torque rather than a powerhouse Corvette 4-barrel. Everyrhing is new- armrests, handles, knobs, mirrors, carpet, seat belts, visors etc. Everyrhing is new- armrests, handles, knobs, mirrors, carpet, seat belts, visors etc. The black bench seat with the red bowtie logo on the backrest is in good shape, as is the matching carpet. Coil springs brought up the rear in place of the leafs installed prior to 1960.
New alternator and power steering system. Upfront the bumper is rechromed, the grill is detailed in silver and the Chevrolet letters are repainted black. When he installed the air-ride suspension on the truck, his wife Georgina helped him bolt up the Air Ride Technologies kit. Gas tank has be relocated to rearend. Its previous owner bought the truck in May 2003. New chrome chains and red letters on the tailgate. New dual exhaust with crossover pipe and Flowmaster mufflers.
Runs, hifts, nd handles great. Those later years saw styling that was more mainstream looking, and those are generally most sought-out by collectors. Conventional coils replaced the torsion bars up front in 1963, allowing the frame's reinforcing x-member, in place since 1960, to be deleted. The 350 was starting to get tired, so James looked to Salinas local George Camney to build one of his famous 383-inch strokers to wake the 40-year-old truck up. There is no damage, no rust.
Styling updates included a switch back to dual headlights in 1962. Most important of these were a drop-center ladder frame, allowing the cab to sit lower, and independent front suspension, giving an almost car-like ride in a truck. New electric fuel pump, shocks, driveshaft, springs, flywheel, starter, wheel cylinders, brake shoes. The Chevy is still equipped with its original differential housing stock gears. It took about two weeks of 10-hour days to get the Chevy reassembled and driving.