1965 Chevrolet C10 Fleetside Short Bed Resto Mod
This Chevy is Powered by a FRESH 377CI. Stroker Engine Paired with a 4 Speed Automatic Transmission.
Custom front bumper is a stock front section of
65 hood flipped upside down.
Tailgate cover with formed Chevy Bowtie.
Smooth inside bed panels.
Custom handmade tailgate latches.
New oak bed wood stained and covered with Spar Varnish top and bottom.
Polished stainless hardware.
New under bed fuel tank with side fill pop out filler door.
Shaved door handles with remote door popper.
Interior is stock.
Custom Audio radio, speakers in kick panels,
mid-range speaker box behind seat, 8” woofer with power amp under seat.
Floor, firewall, cab rear, inside door panels covered with DynaMat insulation.
Half in. Dyna Pad on floor.
Painted stock chassis with 2-1/2” Dropped Spindles, 4” drop rear springs.
Disc brakes front, drum rear.
Wilwood master cylinder.
New Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires front and rear.
Engine is a fresh SBC 377 ci. Stroker
Block prepped, with new freeze plugs new cam bearings.
Bored .030 over (4.154)
New flat top pistons.
Scat I-beam rods, Scat 350 crank.
Comp Cams Retro-fit Thumper hydraulic roller cam kit.
PT#CS 299T HR-107 (Cam, valve springs, retainers, timing chain with gears).
Racing Head Service cast iron 2.02 valve heads.
MSD Pro Billet 2 wire distributor locked out for FiTeck 600 hp EFI with timing control.
Cloyes polished aluminum timing cover.
Polished aluminum 6qt. oil pan.
Hooker ceramic long tube headers 2-1/2” mandrel bent side exit exhaust.
March mid mount serpentine pulley kit.
Tuff Stuff chrome 140-amp alternator.
Tuff Stuff chrome power steering pump.
Polished aluminum water pump.
Patriot Stage 2 quick shift 700R4 trans, 2100 converter, with polished ribbed alum. pan.
GM 12 bolt rear end with extra fill ribbed aluminum cover.
All new bearings, New Motive 3:73 gear, New Eaton Posi traction.
This engine is 500 plus HP and is built for a Driver.
The self- tuning FiTech EFI is programable with a handheld controller.
You can save several tune specs for engine from Mild to Wild