This 1969 Chevy C10 stepside has had a complete frame off restoration and has less than 500 miles since it was built. It features a killer paint job, 427 CI big block engine, Vintage air and has been rebuilt mechanically from front to rear.
During the restoration process, the body of the truck was stripped down to bare metal and received all-new bodywork from coast to coast. The truck is very straight and has a nice two-stage paint job. The clear coat was wet sanded to remove orange peel and then was buffed out to a mirror shine. All of the glass on the truck was replaced during reassembly as was the rubber trim. You will also find all new stainless steel, and chrome throughout. The bed has new oak and also new stainless strips and hardware.
While the body and bed were off the frame, it was media blasted and refinished in GM satin black. At that time, the suspension was rebuilt as were the brakes. The fuel tank was moved to the rear of the truck and the fuel lines have been replaced. The C10 is equipped with power steering, and power disc brakes.
The truck is powered by a 427/ 390 HP engine that makes great power. It uses an Edelbrock carb with an electric choke, aluminum intake, and long tube headers that flow into an aluminized dual exhaust system. The transmission is a turbo 400 and the rear end is a 12 bolt. Cooling the engine is an aluminum radiator with dual electric Derale fans.
If you are looking for a nicely restored stepside, look no further than this extra clean ‘69.