In 1962 Chevrolet ushered in a new name simply called, The "C series,"after four years of being known as the Apache. Our 1962 C-10 custom cab, long bed pickup started life in Texas and remained there until roughly 10 years ago. It was brought to Ohio and given a full frame off restoration on an already rust free truck. Now powered by a 350 Chevy power plant and bolted to a turbo 350 transmission, going back to a 12 bolt rear end. Power steering, power brakes, full "Dolphin" gauge cluster, AM/FM stereo, 1961 Chevrolet Impala two tone steering wheel on a tilt steering column. Custom two-tone red/white seat cover, all in the original big back window cab. All rechromed OEM bummpers and trim. 8.5 inch rally wheels with unique trim and new radial tires. This truck is new from end to end and drives perfectly. Just 3k miles have been added since the restoration was complete.
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