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1967 Chevy C10 ratrod hotrod patina shop truck LS swapped 5.3 4l60e awesome look

Make: Chevrolet
Model: C-10
Type: C10
Year: 1967
Mileage: 1,600
VIN: CE147Z144542
Color: Blue
Engine: 5.3
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Stearns, Kentucky, United States

1967 Chevrolet C-10 Additional Info:

Up for auction is a cool 1967 Chevrolet C10 pickup truck that has awesome real patina. It has been LS swapped with the drivetrain from a 2002 Chevy Tahoe 5.3 engine and 4l60e overdrive transmission. It starts, runs, and drives great. It is a ratrod it does have a cracked windshield and some rust but it adds to the look. Has been changed over to 5 lug, has front disc power brakes with power steering. Has chrome headers with dual exhaust and flowmasters dumped at the rear end. new alum radiator with electric fans. Has 20" chrome ridler wheels with good tires. It has a chrome tilt steering column, a leather seat from a Silverado, Omega gauges that all work( gas hand is jumpy but works, speedo reads about 10 mph slow). Holds about 50 psi oil pressure cold and about 40 hot. All the lights and turn signals work, has a new fuse box and wiring. Fuel tank relocated under bed. This truck has plenty of power, can burn the tires or just cruise down the highway at 60mph at about 1600 rpms. The rockers and cab corners have been fixed, floor is solid, cab mounts are good, door bottoms are rusted but could be fixed. All the brakes and lines are new, rear end is from a 90s silverado. Bed floor is good, could use a good clear. This truck had set for around 20 years, i included pic of it when first bought. My friend had this truck built to keep for himself but his growing business forced him to sell. Coolest long wheel base C10 around. Hate to sell but have too many toys myself. Email with any questions. Can send more pics. Located in southeastern KY. Clear KY title. Truck is for sale locally so reserve the right to end auction early.

On Apr-22-18 at 13:18:00 PDT, seller added the following information:


Check out this video of a startup and walk around of truck. Also forgot to mention truck is plumbed for heat, but needs heater core, so is bypassed right now. Thanks.