I just finished a complete frame-off. The truck has 225 miles of
test driving on it. I purchased this truck from an older gentleman
who had it stored in his California garage since 1973. I completely
dismantled it, had it sandblasted and completely repainted two-tone
Bombay Ivory and Ocean Green. I have all the pictures from the
build, so please ask me any questions. I'll try to list
everything that's been done to it, but everything on it is either
brand new or it has been completely sandblasted, re-painted and
re-conditioned before it was reinstalled. This is basically a brand
Thanks for looking.
1963 SBC 327
1965 Turbo 400
1972 Camaro front clip, steering column, rear end.
Power steering, brakes, OldAir Products Air Conditioning.
Polished Holly Carburetor.
Two core radiator w/ electric fan.
Custom built Air Cleaner and valve covers #001 of 100 made. (I designed them).
All new green tint glass and rubber.
All new SS trim and emblems.
New american made bumpers and grill.
Diamond back custom ordered white walls on BF Goodrich tires.
Special made 1956 hubcaps to fit new painted smoothies.
All new brakes (disc/drum) with electric e-brake.
SS bed strips and hardware with red oak premium wood (12coats if auto clear).
Custom interior two whole cow hides used matched with paint colors.
Daytona carpeted with complete cab sound deadener.
Lizard skin treatment under cab.
New wire kit with fuse box.
Everything bolted onto/inside cab is new (latches, wiper motor door latches, gas tank, sender etc, etc, etc).
Classic instrument gauges ($1200).
Custom Autosound stereo with bluetooth, under seat speakers and kick panel speakers.
Well I'm sure I missed somethings but as you can see no expense was spared. Please contact me for more info, pictures and I have some videos. I'm located in Roseville just north of Sacramento, CA.
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