1968 Chevy C-10 (425 HP 355 Auto Vintage AC Coys PS Front Disc Cowl Hood Ostrich)

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  1. stoobs

    stoobs New Member


    Price: $31,250.00 OBO
    Year: 1968
    Make: Chevrolet
    Model: C-10
    Transmission: Automatic
    Engine: 8 Cylinder, 355 L
    Exterior Color: Green
    Interior Color: Green/Yellow
    Title: Clear

    I am proud to unveil this incredible short box street machine.This Hot Rod Pickup was frame off restored in 2007 with a mild freshening in late 2011. It is equipped with a nasty 425 horsepower / 355 c.i.d. V-8 which means 350 bored .030 over with Trick Flow aluminum heads, aluminum intake, Headman jet coated big tube headers, 4 barrel carburetor, MSD electronic ignition, 69 Z28 aluminum finned valve covers and chrome air cleaner. It is rated at 425 horse power that is delivered through a high performance Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Power steering and disc brakes were added to make it more drivable.

    The motor compartment is show quality with nice details and a polished A/C compressor. It also features a very nice, solid, body with awesome DuPont custom modern paint, steel cowl hood, Super Sport inspired accent stripes, custom hidden latch tailgate, custom molded front/rear roll pans, and the most beautiful, show quality, oak bed you will ever see. The skid strips and hardware for the bed are stainless through out, including the fuel cell. The professionally lowered suspension rides on new chrome Coy C-5 wheels that are 18/20 inch combo with P235/55R18 up front and P295/45R20 out back. All new wiring includes, front, rear, engine, and dash harnesses.

    The most stunning feature is the full customized interior. Perfectly matching and custom made. A custom cut console, new seat belts, custom floor mats, custom door panels, wood steering wheel, Sony CD sound system, Vintage A/C, and a column mounted tachometer are great options. The chassis is nice and shows well. The aluminum exhaust exits through very tastefully done tips peaking out from under the custom rear valance. This is a hot truck that sounds like a race car and is a show stopper. Thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours were spent to bring you this fine truck. I hope you enjoy!

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    Last edited: Sep 8, 2012
  2. Enkeiavalanche

    Enkeiavalanche Loving the Outdoors Staff Member 5+ Years ROTM Winner 5000 Posts

    That is one SHARP looking truck....
  3. stoobs

    stoobs New Member

    Thanks! The work is superb.

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