1961 Chevrolet C10 Removed fuel tank, just a gunky fuel and a
little surface corrosion. Sloshed some phosphoric acid in it, let
it sit for a while, then power washed it out. Saved the old
padding, it is in nice shape just in a few pieces, glued it back in
place, See pics. New fuel line to pump and carb. with filter and
see if pump is good. Then work on generator and belt. Chevy c10
pickup, Fleetside, swb, 1/2 ton. Got it started, runs, moves back
and forth. Will install gen and belt, and see how she drives.
(Price is getting firmer) Front end has been converted to disc
brakes, 5 bolt lug pattern. Has the rust issues. Does not have
correct hood. Still has original steering column and wheel, seat
LOOKS original Short wheel base is getting hard to find, big back
window harder yet. Wired up the engine it starts and runs on gas
dumped in carburetor. Generator missing, fuel tank cleaned and
reinstalled, pretty nice tank inside and out.
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