Steve's Blue '62 Old custom classic trucks have soul. Different engine all together, unless the exhaust still has the center two exits side by side then yes to a point. This truck was restored approximately 15 years ago. Short-bed trucks 1500 series only rode a 117. Those later years saw styling that was more mainstream looking, and those are generally most sought-out by collectors. Will have them on Monday night. He wishes Jim was around as well.
Engine was rebuilt approximately 2,000 miles ago. This truck is fun to drive. Trust Ecklers for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your truck, racer, show car, street rod, or daily driver. As soon as things settled down, Steve sought another truck to build. Great truck for a rat rod project or just driving around town or at the farm. No Reserve Serious Bidders only.
To monitor the vitals Auto Meter gauges keep her in the know, accented by plenty of great tunes flowing form an Audio Sounds stereo while plotting the course through a restored stock steering wheel. Description for Chevrolet C-10 1962 This truck turns heads! Jim is an electrician by trade. Outer floor mounts have some rust. It is going to need some work, or the condition it is in. All the small rust spots and minor dents will be easily fixed by whomever you choose to paint the car with. He needs to sell this truck so I am listing it will no reserve, ut again.
Has original plates front and back. Description for Chevrolet C-10 1962 This truck turns heads! A newer seat, new carpet kit, new seat belts, new leather sun visors, a new horn, new tires, new chrome wheels and chrome baby moons, chrome round mirrors, custom Chevy logos, etc. Steering, wiring, brakes can all be done. It is going to need some work, or the condition it is in. When he decided to move to San Jose to make a new life for himself, he sold off his customs to finance the move and weather out the changes. He is also selling this truck locally and if we sell by Sunday night the 9th of August, will have to remove this sale. Car details If your interested I urge you to come see and drive this truck.
If you have any questions, on't hesitate to ask. Unfortunately, two of the people who played a key role in helping Steve realize his dream truck did not live to see its debut in Custom Classic Trucks. The winch is probably broken and will need to be replaced. It's been sitting for a few months and I've decided I just don't have the time or energy to keep it on the road. In comparison, shaving the door handles with sheetmetal inserts required minimal work. If we get some action on the truck, e will pull it locally and it will sell on ebay. Will have them on Monday night.
The modern specialty aftermarket fully supports this generation of Chevy truck, with reproduction items and regular service parts both easily found in the modern retail parts chain stores, making them especially easy to own. Ron then buried it in DuPont clear urethane, polishing it off with a color-sand and rub. Pictures will show bad spots. Engine options for Series C10 through C30 included the standard 235. For the age of this truck. Once blasted clean he boxed the center of the frame and then cut the rear section off, followed by fabricating a new heavily kicked section from 2×4-inch boxed steel tubing. If it has a P in front of the tire size then it won't hold much as it's a passenger tire.
Knowing the drip-rails on this truck model are extremely prone to rust problems, Rob paid special attention to them. Truck bed has been redone all wood. In comparison, shaving the door handles with sheetmetal inserts required minimal work. I am picking up pictures to post. Feel free to ask any questions before bidding I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Clean and clear title in my file.
Through both good and bad times they persevered, until one day they could turn the key and roll up in a customized truck everyone with good taste would admire. Wear safety glasses when operating any cutting or grinding equipment. His cousin Ken Miller provided his mechanical skills from the bare chassis right up to helping to install the drivetrain. Neives used a combination of gray leather and tweed to cover the Ford pickup bench seat with a drop-down center rest, along with the door panels and headliner. New body mounts as needed. Great truck for a rat rod project or just driving around town or at the farm.
Just cause they fit on the rim doesn't mean they will hold all the weight. Originally from Santa Maria, California, Steve enjoys building custom cars and trucks with an emphasis on older Chevy trucks. Feel free to ask any questions, or set up a time to come check it out for yourself. You can use a cut-off tool or an hand held angle grinder to cut the cable holding the tire up, then you will have access to the tire and can replace the winch. Runs down the highway straight and tight. All the small rust spots and minor dents will be easily fixed by whomever you choose to paint the car with.
Not only that in 96 they changed the engine to a Vortec head and intake system. Styling updates included a switch back to dual headlights in 1962. Look at some of the truck and car mags for info. The basic body carried over through 1966 but was graced with restyled roof posts in 1964, giving the cab a more rakish appearance. Common problem for these trucks is that the tire is pressing up against the tube that you slide in the handle thru.