Description for Chevrolet C-10 1966 For sale is a 1966 Chevrolet Camaro with factory short bed fleetside roller pickup truck. Looks pretty solid but the rockers have me a little worried. The chassis comes in two parts which make it easier to piece the cabin and bed together. She is a 1966 Chevy C10, shortbed Fleetside with big back glass, , factory automatic transmission crossmember with a 700R4 transplanted tranny, , factory air and many of the dealer options including chrome bumpers, chrome grille, side moldings and cab sails. Later his younger brother bought a 1966 long bed, Fleetside. This tempting truck, known officially as a C1434, is in Eads, Tennessee and the seller says that they found it in a barn. The truck continued to run proving his point to all that had gathered.
The underbody is very clean. Looking forward to a safe and prosperous year and I wish you and the staff of Stovebolt the same. Truck is fitted with a big block V8 engine. Fortunately, there are few things that need to be done to this one to make it top-notch. Also have photos of restoration process of before and after. Since he was a bit older than me, he drove me to school on many occasions. Not long after I graduated from college the truck was stolen and nearly destroyed.
The current owner says that the bench seat is out being reupholstered in black. My '64-'66 Chevy trucks break down barriers and start conversations with perfect strangers that would otherwise never take place. I worked on that truck as often as the instructor would let me and on the day of the final exam, I drove it out of the shop with a fresh coat of paint. You need to do some modification to make the bed line up to the cabin, though. I think this one is a winner, how about you? Is this one great-looking truck or is this one great-looking truck? I will forward additional photos when she is complete. Overall a great model to build. Classic Industries offers 1966 Chevrolet Truck Truck Bed Components, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Stepside Bed Sides - Full, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Bed Sides - Partial, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Running Boards, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Side Steps, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Patch Panels, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Front Bed Panel, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Stake Pocket Repair Panel, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Bed Floor Panel, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Stepside Rear Fender, 1966 Chevrolet Truck Fiberglass Bed Side, and 1966 Chevrolet Truck Rear Bed Corner.
Vehicles and humans sure were tough in these days, no padded here! I tell every person I meet about the site. I was kind of thinking of converting this model to a free steering front end project, but there was not enough room under the front quarter panels and front shock and king pin areas. I have been working feverishly to get her back together and road-worthy. For the past 17 years I have been without that old truck, but had many lingering memories of it and the '66 I owned in high school. The truck is complete other than the motor and transmission.
I haven't died or gone to Heaven. It was used as a farm truck and it showed. The local police found it a few days later abandoned on someone's property. Dish out those wipers because they are too fat and long. Both front fender have been patched and skimmed.
He purchased it from a body shop that was refurbishing it for the original owner. These old trucks are such a conversation piece. The owner was a retired farmer looking to get rid of some old junk. Or, dare I say, to turn it into a restomod, which is probably what most people would do. I have a tendency to prefer the next generation but seems like this would make a nice starting spot for whatever direction you chose to go. He was the original owner of the truck an d since he was so handy, he kept it in fine shape. Take a look at my latest acquisition.
Copyright © 1995-2019 Mechanicsville, Maryland. It had a straight six with a granny-low four-speed in it. In 1966 a friend of my father bought one of these equipped with the same in line six. Although she isn't a daily driver, I take her out every day the sun shines. Engine was rebuilt during restoration.
Also have photos of restoration process of before and after. During these trips I became fond of the style of these trucks. Unfortunately, the owner passed away during the process and the body shop sold it the fellow I bought it from for the price of the work they had completed. I spent the spent the entire weekend removing grease, dirt, manure, chewing tobacco and any other foreign matter that looked out of place. I would have guessed 503. .
Still looking for a truck or car model that has opening doors and movable steering though. The details are astonishing way up to the clear headlights and the transparent red taillights. It has a factory 327 cid with a two barrel Rochester carburetor coupled to a granny-low four-speed. She makes this 40 year old feel like a teenager again. Engine runs very strong and does not leak anywhere. He made a claim that it would run on one cylinder to a crowd onlookers. Many thanks to the staff at the Stovebolt Page.
They left the red lenses out of the kit so I had to fill in the tail light sockets with red transparent paint. She was starting to show a little rust in the usual places. Truck is fitted with a big block V8 engine. One of you will know! However, I think I am as close as I can be. I felt like I had lost my best friend.