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CHEVROLET C10 2WD

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DESCRIPTION
  • Year 1977
  • Make Chevrolet
  • Model C10
  • Body Style Truck
  • Condition CUSTOM BUILD
  • Mileage 96052
  • Transmission AUTOMATIC
  • Drivetrain RWD
  • Engine 5.7L V-8
  • Fuel Type GAS
  • Trim SCOTTSDALE
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This original paint 1977 Chevy C10 has just 93,000 miles and sports many upgrades that may include but not be limited to the following description. There may be a few details not mentioned here but are covered in the entire build series on my YouTube channel, Olde Carr Guy! There is also a link to the official for sale video down below. Let’s start from the beginning:

In 2019 I replaced the cab corners, rocker panels, patched the lower front fenders and painted to match the original paint. The floors were solid as is the frame and underside of the box. It is lowered 4” in the front with Belltech drop spindles and coil springs and the entire front steering and suspension was replaced (drop shocks, control arms, ball joints, tie rods, sleeves, idler and pitman). Besides repacking the front wheel bearings, the front brakes were like new so I left them alone. In the rear I installed the Belltech C-notch flip kit and drop shocks for a total of 6” drop in the rear. Despite what some folks think, a static drop like this doesn’t affect the ride quality at all. When the drop kit was complete, I finished the look off with 225/55R18 tires and 18x8” American Racing Torq-Thrust2 wheels in the front and 235/60R18 tires on 18x10” AR TT-2 in the rear.

The powertrain was rebuilt/replaced approximately 7500 miles ago consisting of a cammed small block Chevy (350 4 bolt), new rocker arms, pushrods, double hump heads (new springs, valves & seals), flat top pistons, water pump, timing gear set, oil pump, Edlebrock Performer RPM intake and Fitech fuel injection (in tank pump) and backed up with a rebuilt 700R4 automatic transmission and the stock 3.73 rear gears (fluid was changed). The exhaust is all stainless steel with Sanderson short tube headers and 2.5” dual Lyell's exhaust with H-pipe. When we had the engine out, we replaced the radiator and at some point, it received a new clutch fan, alternator and battery. The factory air conditioning does work and I installed a Dakota Digital cruise control kit.

As we move to the interior, I replaced the carpeting with new and installed sound deadener on the floor as well as insulated between the carpet. You can have a conversation inside without yelling. The seat in out of a 88-98 style GM truck and much more comfortable than the stock bench seat (which I still have if you want). All the gauges work as do the heater and a/c controls. I did replace the heater core in ’23. For sound you have a Retro Manufacturing Bluetooth receiver, new 6” front speaker in the kick panels as well as 6x9’s in boxes behind the seat. All but the front windows are tinted and each side window has new window seals. The ignition key cylinder and ignition switch is new and I replace the 12 volt plug in the ash tray area.

This truck will certainly pass a New Brunswick safety inspection and I certainly would not hesitate to drive it cross country (again). Buy it and drive it home!

Full video is available below:
https://youtu.be/T3iIH44TtB8

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