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Registered: January 2007
Location: Watsontown PA 17777
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68 C10 Shortbed Fleetside
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1 3625 Fri February 25, 2011
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$6,700.00 None Great
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Description: This is my project truck. Its been over a year and half since I have really done anything to it except prime the doors. I have a ton of stuff for this project and I don't want to part it out. This truck has most of the metal work done to it other than finishing the body work. The front half is primed along with the tailgate and the front bed panel. New body pieces include hood, complete one piece floor, front bed panel, rear bumper, radiator support, battery tray, and new inner fenders left & right. All of the rest of the body is original pieces which in my experience are better than the aftermarket pieces. The bed is from Maryland and is not rusted at all, but has several dents across the top from what I can figure it was used as a work truck at one time. The tailgate is from arizona and is completely rust free, straight, and primed. The cab has a one piece floor in it with new rockers, cab corners and etc. The roof was also rusted and has been replaced. It is primed. The bottom inside of the passenger door has been replaced and has a new door skin on it. The drivers door is rust free but has a small dent at the top and is also primed . The drive-train is a 305 V8 (currently, but will be taken out) with a NV 3500 5 Speed manual transmission behind it. It also has a hydraulic clutch. I have a 68 327 that I was going to put in it when I got back to working on it. The 327 comes with it, the 305 does not. The 327 runs good, but needs to have the older brackets because the heads do not have the accessory mounting holes. It would need a different flywheel. It has power steering and it has been converted to 5 lug power disc brakes (disc front drum rear) with all new ball joints. It has new gas shocks all around. It has a 12 bolt rear end with 4:10 gears. It also has leaf springs in the rear with 2 inch drop shackles and brand new bushings in the leafs. I have a brand new 4 core radiator, along with a V8 2WD fan shroud. I have a floor shift non tilt column to go with the 5 speed on the floor. The fuel tank has been removed from the cab and the hole has been welded shut. I have a bunch of stuff for the interior, but i do not have a seat cover or dash pad. I have new door panels, carpet (high hump), door handles, window cranks, Non AC glove box, Lower door carpet, 67 arm rests, stainless door sill plates with the bowties on them, Brake/Clutch Pedal pads, Door handle controls, rear view mirror bracket, and an Ignition bezel. I have a new weatherstrip kit and your choice of chrome vent windows or black. I have brand new marker lights for the front (they are complete assemblies). Here is a list of the other new parts I have:
-New Original style antenna
-Original style stainless wiper blades
-Lower HD Radiator Retainers
-71-72 Sport Mirrors
-Hood Bumpers
-Inner fender nuts
-Heater box and fuse block gaskets
-Hood to cowl seal with screws
-grill trim hoop moulding clips
-Outside door handles
-License Plate bracket and light
-Rear bumper brackets
-Non AC heater core
-5 inch Sport Comp Monster Tach with Shift Light
-LED Tail lights
-11 inch clutch
-Brake master cylinder
-Polyurethane Cab mounts with stainless bolts
-Dome Light
I have the original front windshield and rear window. The wheels are 15x7 inch stamped steelies that come with newer 5 lug center caps with the threaded lug nuts you would need to install them. I have all the parts and pieces to put this back together minus a gas tank. And probably a bunch more stuff. I would like to get $6,700 for all of this stuff. I know it sounds like a lot, but there is a bunch of new stuff and a lot of the work is already done! Just the bedsides and the inside of the bed needs to be finished! If you want I can transport this within a 100 mile radius of where I live which is Montgomery, PA 17752. Please ask any questions here that you might have. Thanks!

The first picture is when I last had it out before the door was reskinned and primed. Those wheels are also long gone. The other pictures are the best I can get of it right now along with some of the parts that come with.

EDIT: I just picked up a set of aluminum 15 by 8 rims in really nice shape. I will throw them in for an extra $50 if you are interested. Thank you!
Keywords: 68 C10, NV3500, 327


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NitroMike
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Registered: December 2005
Location: Bethlehem, PA
Posts: 344
Comment Date: Fri February 25, 2011
How much without the motor and trans?

Thanks.



Mike D.

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Clyde65
1965 Chevy C10, 2005 4.8L/4l60


Registered: August 2004
Location: DFW Texas
Posts: 7085
Comment Date: Fri February 25, 2011
reddon05, I am wondering about those wheels you had, how did they fit? I have the oppty to buy a set and would like to know if there is any adjustments. I have a 72 F/E and rear.



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Redden05
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Registered: January 2007
Location: Watsontown PA 17777
Posts: 1196
Comment Date: Sat February 26, 2011
$6400 without the engine and transmission.



They fit great! I didn't have to adjust anything. The wheels were out to the fenders nicely. Hope that helps!
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Redden05
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Comment Date: Sat February 26, 2011
By the way, this has a good clean PA title in my name!
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Last_Paladin
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Comment Date: Sat February 26, 2011
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Redden05
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Registered: January 2007
Location: Watsontown PA 17777
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Comment Date: Mon March 21, 2011
Just got some nice aluminum rims I will throw in for $50 if you want them!
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