1967 C10 Short Wide Small Back Glass Custom Restomod Show Truck $29,995 http://youtu.be/qVnb8BAz5gk
Up for sale for the 1st time since we finished it in 2011 (1130 miles since build) is what may be the nicest ’67 Short Wide Chevy Truck in Eastern Oklahoma. This truck is a real head turner and looks and sounds good. This was a 4 year father/son project and life has changed for us and we have decided to part ways with our multi show winning Classic Chevy C10 Pickup. This is not a fire sale and we’re not interested in giving free rides to non qualified buyers! Clear title.
We may be interested in partial trade for low mileage Trailblazer SS (Red, White or Blue), C5 or newer Corvette. Other than that, you’ll just have to try us. But if you don’t have access to at least $15K cash to boot, we probably can’t make a deal.
We removed everything from the frame except the cab. We replaced cab mounts, painted and undercoated. Each body panel was removed and either replaced or taken down to bare metal, (except cab and bed floor) primered, blocked and painted off the truck and re-installed. We spent $10K on paint and body work alone not counting cost of replaced body parts. Most, if not all, of the trim was new.
Extensive pain was taken to hide the wiring in the engine compartment. All fuel and brake lines were replaced.
The only thing I know that may need attention is the padding on drivers side of the seat needs replaced, the transmission pan gasket probably needs replaced as it drips occasionally, the door FOB doesn’t have the range it had originally and the speedometer is off a few MPH.
• Paint: Surf Blue Pearlcoat Metallic
• Engine: 383 Stroker with Crane Cam (501 lift /280 Duration is what we were told) we haven’t put the truck on a DYNO but we are reasonably sure the engine is making 400+HP.
• 1.6 Roller Rockers
• Pro Topline Race Heads
• Hedman Elite Ceramic Headers
• Holley 670 Street Avenger
• MSD Distributor
• GM Serpentine belt system for all engine accessories
• 3” Exhaust dumped behind cab with H Pipe and Magnaflow Mufflers (yes, it’s very loud)
• Dual Electric Fan w/ Aluminum Radiator and overflow
• Transmission: TH400/3000 Stall Converter
• Vintage Air Heat and A/C
• 4/6 Early Classic Suspension Drop (4” drop in front – 6” drop in the rear)
• 22” KTP Wheels and 295/30R22 Nexen Tires
• Fuel Tank: ‘49-52 Chevy Car Tank Reproduction mounted between frame rails rear of truck, filler cap in corner of bed.
• 110 GPH Holley Fuel Pump 12-327-11
• 3.73 posi-track (this is what we were told when we purchased it, never confirmed it)
• Power Steering, Tilt Column, Power Brakes
• Disc Brakes Front/Drums Rear
• Brake Booster 9" Dual Diaphragm with electric vacuum pump for brake booster due to large cam not making enough vacuum at idle. Mounted on frame.
• Windows: Brother's One Piece Power Windows with all new glass
• Custom side view mirrors
• Shaved Cowl, Doors Handles, Gas filler neck, Markers, Firewall and Bumpers, Roll Pans Front & Rear
• Shaved Dash (No dash pad) and shaved door locks
• Autoloc Shaved Door Alarm Kit (Push button door poppers)
• Optima Battery
• Painless all new wiring and fuse block
• LED Tail Lights
• White Face Gauge Cluster with tachometer
• Rattle Trap Sound Deadener throughout cab
• Billet Steering Wheel, knobs and accessories
• Clarion Stereo with IPOD Jack and remote, 450 watt 2 channel Kicker Amp and sub-woofer plus 2 boxed speakers behind seat and kick panel speakers
• Custom Fit Car Cover
’67 Small Window Slanted Nose Hood Info; Hot-rodder and custom car fan, Mr. Harry Bentley Bradley (he also designed the first series of Hot Wheels in 1967 among MANY other things) was the designer of the NEW Chevy truck for 1967. He said the small window in the light series pickup was to evoke the look and feel of the early 3-Window Coupes like the classic '32 Ford. He was upset when GM eliminated that window in '68 and even more upset when they changed the nose in '69 because his '67 design was deemed "too pretty" compared to the competition. 1967 was the only year a small window was available; The front-end design was also only available for 67 & 68. Many believe Mr. Bradley’s original "slant nose" design is the best looking of the 67-72 C/10’s, just as some prefer the original 55 Chevy over the other tri-fives.