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Old 05-07-2018, 09:56 PM   #26
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That paint would look good just buffed a bit , great truck .
Thanks, looking forward to cleaning her up, she how much shine is still there!
Will post pictures over the next month ads time allows for some detail and shine work.
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1968 C10 LWB Fleet-Wood, 2-WD, 327, 4-Bbl, Auto, 12-Bolt, Bone Stock. >POOF!< Sold 9/8/2018. New owner is local to Waynesboro PA and will take excellent care of her. He also owns a 69 Z28 SS Option car.
1998 Camaro SS, LS1, A4, 3.42. Free Tune - Stock 13.08 @ 106.55 >Lightening Strikes Again!< Sold 9/9/2018 she too will be well cared for as 1 of 45 produced in blue, with Auto and no T-roof.
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Old 05-07-2018, 10:24 PM   #27
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I used to HATE those bumpers. Now: they are growing on me. I like them.
Whatever you do, please don't just throw them away.

And WC mirrors are so nice on any truck, very unique these days. Great base for a project, thanks for sharing.
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Sorry, no intention of selling anything. Should have read forum rules in more depth, and with more sleep first. Was more trying to learn value of things... Does showing what I paid for my truck cross any lines?
Not being a smart-rump, just learning... And a Lot to learn about these classy trucks! And a wealth of knowledge on here to learn from!
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Thanks Mike. Sometimes more experienced members get a little overzealous when they see a nice original part that they can use. No problem mentioning what you paid for your truck at all.

Yes, there are a lot of experienced builders on here that are more than willing to share their knowledge.....

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Old 05-08-2018, 06:34 AM   #29
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Thanks Mike. Sometimes more experienced members get a little overzealous when they see a nice original part that they can use. No problem mentioning what you paid for your truck at all.

Yes, there are a lot of experienced builders on here that are more than willing to share their knowledge.....

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Ok, thanks!

I think I got a pretty fair deal. Paid $7,500 for the truck. Came with wood bed rail sideboards and spare rims/tires, new door seals, manuals, etc...
So... the big question. How did I do? Fair deal, Great Deal, Robbed Me, Steal of a deal...?
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1998 Camaro SS, LS1, A4, 3.42. Free Tune - Stock 13.08 @ 106.55 >Lightening Strikes Again!< Sold 9/9/2018 she too will be well cared for as 1 of 45 produced in blue, with Auto and no T-roof.

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Old 05-08-2018, 06:58 AM   #30
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I’d say that’s a great deal. It’s hard to find them as preserved as yours.
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I think that's a pretty good deal. I paid a little less for mine but I don't think it was as clean as yours overall. Mine needed a new bedside from a fender bender a long time ago.

For the rear bumper, you could always go with one of the smaller bumpers. Mine came factory with a nice low profile step bumper. I originally planned on ditching it for the ever popular sport bumper, but then I realized how useful mine was and it started to grow on me.

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Hey Mike, I just posted on your welcome thread. I have friends in your area and get over that way every month or two. Welcome.

Don't worry, you never made a single mention of selling parts. It was the guys here who know the rules already but can't help their comments. I do the same as you...keep what I pull to keep it all together. Plenty of orphan parts out there looking for a home.

Do you hit Mason-Dixon when you run the Camaro? BTW, nice truck!!
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Welcome to the forum and nice truck.
On the pricing, I'd see say you did fine...particularly for PA where there are less examples of these around.
$7500 for a solid, unmolested, V-8/327 truck is right in the 'acceptable' zone...no worries.
Its increasingly difficult to find these trucks where they haven't been badly messed with ...on so many levels from drivetrains to metal flake steering wheels, to 9" diameter tachometers, etc...lol.
You did fine, truck looks great and you will have a lot of fun with it....when you start with them in that condition and readiness.

Again, welcome...lots of good info and help here.

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Looks fantastic, and welcome!
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Hey Mike, I just posted on your welcome thread. I have friends in your area and get over that way every month or two. Welcome.

Don't worry, you never made a single mention of selling parts. It was the guys here who know the rules already but can't help their comments. I do the same as you...keep what I pull to keep it all together. Plenty of orphan parts out there looking for a home.

Do you hit Mason-Dixon when you run the Camaro? BTW, nice truck!!
Thank you!

Mason-Dixon, heck yeah!
See pix, 1 from last year, 1 this year w/Drag Radials on.
13.08 @ 106.5 stock engine, etc... just "free mods".
Try to go at least once a month, twice whenever schedule allows!

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1998 Camaro SS, LS1, A4, 3.42. Free Tune - Stock 13.08 @ 106.55 >Lightening Strikes Again!< Sold 9/9/2018 she too will be well cared for as 1 of 45 produced in blue, with Auto and no T-roof.
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I think that's a pretty good deal. I paid a little less for mine but I don't think it was as clean as yours overall. Mine needed a new bedside from a fender bender a long time ago.

For the rear bumper, you could always go with one of the smaller bumpers. Mine came factory with a nice low profile step bumper. I originally planned on ditching it for the ever popular sport bumper, but then I realized how useful mine was and it started to grow on me.

Haven't seen many of those small step bumpers, I kinda like it!
Another option for me to consider... Doubt anyone is reproducing that version though!

Thank you - I thought it was a fair deal, seller wasn't complaining - neither was I
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I'm Mike, Gearhead, musclecar enthusiast, who drag races his 98 Camaro SS every other weekend or so... but enough about me...

Here is a couple pictures of my just bought 1968 C10 Long Bed (wooden floor) pickup. Been sitting in a coworkers garage for the last 15 years... So it was loaded on a flatbed and brought to my local garage to go over everything, freshen all fluids, gas tank flushed, complete tune-up, brakes checked and good general going over to get her road ready once again in the next week or two.

Paint is a repaint done by the original owner back in the early 80's. has had a dual exhaust added by previous owner, and now shows 118k miles being racked up on the 327-4bbl, Auto, 12-bolt.

Interior will need some TLC, new seat cover, dash pad, rubber floor mat...

Body appear solid, with minor rock chips along fender edges/bottoms showing a tiny bit of surface rust. Solid truck all around.

I prefer the sleeper look, so don't take offense If I say "No" to adding 20's, or lowering it 5" or adding chrome... Do plan for a "standard" rear bumper to drop off the big azz step bumper.

Open to comments, ideas, watch-out-fors, etc...

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Welcome to the board! Happy to see another 505 green truck guy out there. Mine's a '72 C20. Grandpa's old farm truck. I love it and it's a constant job working on it. Wouldn't have it any other way!
I wish there were more "Hand me downs" like your truck!
Thanks for the welcome!
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Welcome, and to echo what others have said, that looks like a real nice truck you got there. I too would have to ditch that step bumper, but I agree you'd be wise to hold onto anything you take off. You're a drag racer so you might appreciate what I'd do, which is put some wider wheels on it with the stock hubcaps so you you can fit some wider rubber on it. I wouldn't drop it down on the ground with 20" wheels. I'm just not a fan of that look.
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Welcome, and to echo what others have said, that looks like a real nice truck you got there. I too would have to ditch that step bumper, but I agree you'd be wise to hold onto anything you take off. You're a drag racer so you might appreciate what I'd do, which is put some wider wheels on it with the stock hubcaps so you you can fit some wider rubber on it. I wouldn't drop it down on the ground with 20" wheels. I'm just not a fan of that look.
What was the widest factory GM Wheels... 15" X 8" Rallye Rims off a Corvette?
Any Steel wheels come in 15" X 8" ? Or easier to go aftermarket for steel wheels in wider then 7" widths...
Don't plan on taking it down the drag strip, but you never know...
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What was the widest factory GM Wheels... 15" X 8" Rallye Rims off a Corvette?
Any Steel wheels come in 15" X 8" ? Or easier to go aftermarket for steel wheels in wider then 7" widths...
Don't plan on taking it down the drag strip, but you never know...

The widest factory steel wheels that were available on these trucks were the 16.5 x 9.75's. They were available on the Custom Campers. I have them on my '68 C-20 CST/Custom Camper.

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The widest factory steel wheels that were available on these trucks were the 16.5 x 9.75's. They were available on the Custom Campers. I have them on my '68 C-20 CST/Custom Camper.

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Wow, wasn't expecting anything that wide.
How about fits a C10 like mine. C20 used 8-lug rims I believe.
15" X 8" would be a pretty decent size / fit. Stock steel wheels or else Rallye Wheels are my choices, assuming Steelies were made in that size...
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1998 Camaro SS, LS1, A4, 3.42. Free Tune - Stock 13.08 @ 106.55 >Lightening Strikes Again!< Sold 9/9/2018 she too will be well cared for as 1 of 45 produced in blue, with Auto and no T-roof.

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Itís nice to read that long beds ARE appreciated by a few of us....
You did good buying this one.
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how about some engine and underside pictures.
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Itís nice to read that long beds ARE appreciated by a few of us....
You did good buying this one.
Yup, my Dad told me a long long time ago... "If it ain't got an 8' bed, it ain't a real working truck". He was a carpenter, and then ran his own Concrete foundation business, He was a GMC man, and told me it was about time I bought a real truck! (Just sold off my 2012 F150 4x4 with 8' Bed!)
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how about some engine and underside pictures.
mike16, Just got back in town, was out of state the last 4 days for a funeral and a wedding. Back home, and will stop by the garage this week and take a few pictures, any other specific shots wanted?
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Not to shabby in that Camaro. Not factory, but you could get 8" and 10" 15s back in the era and Wheel Vintiques sells them now. I'm talking steelies. Jegs and Summit sells them
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how about some engine and underside pictures.
Next post will have Engine and Underside as requested.

Stopped and took some fresh photo's of the dirty truck, boy I've got a good cleaning, waxing, and detailing ahead me in the next week or two...

Future pictures will look much better, geez mold starting on the door panels - door seal replacement needed asap.
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how about some engine and underside pictures.
Engine compartment & underside. Took more, but for some reason my phone isn't sending them forward to my laptop... will work on it. If you'd like a particular picture / close up let me know.
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1998 Camaro SS, LS1, A4, 3.42. Free Tune - Stock 13.08 @ 106.55 >Lightening Strikes Again!< Sold 9/9/2018 she too will be well cared for as 1 of 45 produced in blue, with Auto and no T-roof.
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Wow, nice!!!

Like the new exhaust!!!

Didn't see the Pimp 'Daddy seat cover option, on the glove box options
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