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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. wolfex1
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    If you think clearance will be an issue, weld on a light piece of diamond plate before you fill it with gas.
     
  2. JohnnyP.
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    You have 9" of clearance with out a bed or cab on, and an empty tank? It's going to drop a lot more once you have everything on it.


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  3. EL SOLDADO
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    Not mine...
     

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  6. Put the bumper on it an see if you like how much of the tank is visable from the rear, it looks like you are using the "blazer" style tank. I prefer not seeing the tank.
     
  7. Yellow57hotrod
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    02.jpg Here's one we had in the studio last fall. Check the link for all photos and info.
    http://bit.ly/OVHzdg
     

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  9. endlessearth
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    My wife and I were at the feed store this morning stocking up for the week.
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  10. Woogeroo
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    With them shoes she's wearing, I take it you were doing all of the work?

    :D

    -W
     
  11. endlessearth
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    My wife is all about the fashion. She lives in heels. I think it is an Asian thing. My role is to do the hard work. No complaints from me.
     
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  12. hunt11
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    3 inch z up front still on drop springs, I plan on bagging the front next winter. Any help with how the setup the steering column and what would be great. Custom stick built wishbone suspension and c nothch. All done in the home barge with cutting wheels and welder. What do yall think?
     

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    Awsome bamboo bed - How was it made?
     
  14. Faded Love Garage
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    My new 65. As I bought it. Got a lot to do.
     

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  15. Barn Find
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    Looks great being used for honest work.
     
  16. Barn Find
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    GMC count,right?

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  17. JanneV
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    My '62 almost done :)

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  18. lakeroadster
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    I used a '49-'52 Chevy passenger car gas tank on my '64 C10 for the exact reason you posted above. The popular blazer style tank you are using hangs too low for a lowered truck.

    You planning on towing anything with your truck? With the c-notch you have you might also want to check this link out: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=813383

    Your Blazer tank:
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    The 49 passenger car tank:
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    That is the exact addition to my truck I've been looking for. :D
     
  20. Rusty_Scooter
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    trying to attach pix of my 60 chevy stepside...upload page "grayed out"...won't allow uploading?! any advice? appreciate it!
     
  21. endlessearth
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    That is cool. Very different approach.
     
  22. Tonyz65
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    from Atlanta ga

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  23. Tonyz65
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    1965 c10
     

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  24. Tonyz65
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    More pics
     

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  25. Tonyz65
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    My c10 has a 1965 mustang gas tank 16 gallons put had to rework the fuel sender to make it work and trim the chassis . No under hang under chassis .
     

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  26. Tonyz65
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    C10
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  27. rusty63c10
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    got my door art done today
     

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  28. endlessearth
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    Very cool!
     
  29. VNTGE41
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    heres my 64
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  30. i don't remember if i ever posted mine here, if not here she is ...

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    it's almost on the road ...
     

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