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Features The Official 60-66 C-10 Chevy Truck Picture Thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by TexasHardcore, May 8, 2006.

  1. jason65
    Joined: Dec 9, 2009
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    jason65

    Nice.... got any more pics?
     
  2. yeah! and you can include the truck in them too if you like.;)
     
  3. krazy kory
    Joined: Apr 26, 2009
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    My 63 is already in here but the pics. suck I got the new iPhone app and can post a better picture now. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  4. jason65
    Joined: Dec 9, 2009
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    jason65

    Cool man. Is that a metal or fiberglass hood?
     
  5. krazy kory
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    Thanks. It's metal I split it at the body lines and rased the center section then plated the sides
     
  6. PRIMERDAVE
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    [​IMG][​IMG]
    When she was on Suprems ~
     
  7. PRIMERDAVE
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    [​IMG]

    How's that ~
     
  8. novatattoo
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    from Canton,OH

  9. you da man!!
     
  10. creepyjackalope
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    Saw this truck on Los Boulevardos and it has been my screen saver for months....It is absolutely perfect!
     
  11. kustomkid18
    Joined: May 28, 2010
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    Baby Pic.jpg

    New Baby.jpg

    My 65 GMC, california rust free truck turned year round daily driver in New England....
     
  12. PRIMERDAVE
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    Thanks brother!
     
  13. jason65
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    jason65

    Awsome trucks guys.
     
  14. Woogeroo
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    really? nice work... that hood is awesome.

    -W
     
  15. 64cheb
    Joined: Sep 27, 2010
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    Damn, that looks really slick. It looks like a factory cowl induction hood, spot on!
     
  16. TubularGoose
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    Pease don't crucifie me but does any body know where some good 60-63 doors are? I know this should probably be in the parts wanted section, but I figured that this would be a little more direct.
    Thanks!
     
  17. C/Gas55
    Joined: Mar 21, 2006
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    Hey PrimerDave, what all is done to your truck lowering- wise?
     
  18. Bad Luck Engineering
    Joined: Apr 19, 2007
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    Here's a shot of my wife's '66. We had to sell it to close on our house. She still tears up when she thinks about it. Hopefully we'll be able to build her another one in the next few years.

    [​IMG]
     
  19. EL SOLDADO
    Joined: Feb 23, 2010
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    Brought my rig home... Now to put it back together.
     

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  20. PRIMERDAVE
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    its a 6-4 dropped spring kit from Brothers and the lowerd drop shocks and an extra one and a half two inch block in the back(can't remember)...oh yeah shaved the bump stops off the lower A arms....if not they hit "all" the time....
     
  21. EL SOLDADO
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    Super clean ride Dave...

    [​IMG]
     
  22. scrubby2009
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    Daily driven, no show all go and homebuilt... smilin' every day
     

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  23. newrider3
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    Doing some more work on 64cheb's 283. Got it torn down to shortblock today, to prep for cleaning. Found an extremely stretched timing set, 3 dead plugs (may explain the poor mileage and low power? hmmm), some stuck lifters, and a completely rounded cam lobe. The pistons looked oversized, and in great shape. The bores are excellent, as are the cam bearings. No sludge whatsoever inside the motor, it was all stuck to the outside. ;)

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    The timing set of SHAME:
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    He is going to pick up a gear-drive timing set, aluminum timing cover, and possibly headers later this week. Also going to try to find an RV cam and lifters (Isky?). Has a 4bbl manifold already waiting. It should be pretty nice, and have a ton more power.
     
  24. jchav62
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    X10!!! That thing is SICK!!! :cool:
     
  25. 65PANELRAT
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    Wow! Beautiful Truck!!! The Lady in the pic is beautiful too!!!
     
  26. weaponstroop
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    from Missouri

    i think i own this truck now.


    the one i bought in Kansas came fron NC...
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    if so here is what i have added to it
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    and with my sidekick
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  27. weaponstroop
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    from Missouri

    maybe not. i see the other one has a five lug and big back window.... scary how similar they are though
     
  28. SOCAL PETE
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    from Ramona CA


    Did you dig that out of a oil tank or what...geez!
     
  29. Brad54
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    from Atl Ga

    That timing set looks cherry compared to the one that came out of the 283 in my Suburban. It was hanging off the bottom gear and only connecting on the up-side. I could pinch the sides of the chain between the gears, and nearly lay them the whole way around the gears.
    Green Mountain Boy's was even worse--his has so much slop in it, the slack came around and rubbed on the timing chain cover, wearing a small hole in it.

    I wouldn't put a gear-drive timing set on yours... it's loud, which will be cool for the first 1,000 miles, and then you'll want to rip the thing off with your bare hands. But worse, it chews up a BUNCH of horsepower.

    -Brad
     
  30. nachodog
    Joined: Dec 24, 2009
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    from socal

    don't remember if i posted but here it is
     

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