1962 Chevrolet c10 custom
Just a short video of my 1962 c10. I was curious how my well my camera would pick up the sound. It's ok. It is a 1962 long bed fleetside chev pick up. Nothing too fancy. it isn't the nicest or most trick. It has its cancer... no big deal. Sure there are plenty of videos on youtube of nicer pick ups but this actually SEEs the road. Just a small block 350 4 bolt .040 over so 357... 10.3:1 keith Black slugs, mild competition cam, shorty headers, 2 and half all the way back to the diff. with an x pipe. t350 transmission, ford nine rear end, 70 inch long 4 inch diameter one piece driveshaft. 4.11 gears, spool, 26 inch tall tires.
With the low gears and smaller tires is screams on the freeway. Turns about 3100 rpm doing 60, 2000 rpm doing about 35 to 40 ish. Nothing too special. No longer has the two piece driveshaft. The truck got the Ford 9 after i snapped the 55t 10 bolt the dragstrip. Not a balanced motor =( put it together in a hurry for race season, but it will still turn 6000-6500 rpm. no power steering, no power brakes....just power to the ground. Questions comments? Please comment and rate, Thank you
1964 chevy c/10
my first car, a 64 c-10, i tried starting it but it ran out of gas, this thing is still in good conditiond,, everything works
95 S10 350 with Tunnel Ram
my 95 s10's first time on the road. still needs alot of tuning, but i couldnt wait, had to try it. it has a 350 v8 with double hump heads, edelbrock tunnel ram with 2 450 holley carbs. about ready to whoop them dodges.
1971 Chevrolet C10 Pro Street STK 0011-ATL.mpg
This '71 Chevy C10 Pro Street is truly one-of-a-kind and took countless hours to build. All work has been done professionally and the end result is awe-inspiring. The cab has been custom chopped for a much sleeker look and is hooked to a step-side bed. Take a look inside the bed and you'll find all new wood that has been stained to a show quality finish. This is one clean truck! Under the hood is where the real action is though. There you'll find a built 355 Chevy small block that is force-fed air by a massive 671 blower and two Holley carburetors. The engine is very fresh and has not been raced or run hard. To this point, the truck has been for shows only. Inside the 355 V8 you'll find an Eagle rotating assembly, Crane roller cam, and everything was balanced and blue printed when the motor was assembled. All told, this combination is putting out well over 600 horsepower so this truck is not for the faint of heart! Inside the truck is all business but is very clean. An assortment of Auto Meter Pro Comp gauges keep you informed of the truck's vitals so you can concentrate on the road. This is a clean truck that actually has enough power to back up its good looks. The 2,477 miles showing on the odometer are the total miles on the truck and its parts since it was put together.
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
1929 Roadster Pickup 450Hp+ Tunnel Ram Dual Quads
This "Lil" 350 has far more HP and Torque than the C5 Z06- Its being Dropped into a 1929 Roadster Pickup with Super Street Performance Suspension so its going to take turns on the dime. Weighing less than 2100 pounds, the HP to weight Ratio is extremely high so its going to take off whether your launching on the strip or cruising on the Highway specially with Dual Quads Dumping air into the Engine with Tunnel Ram! Good Ol' American Muscle and Torque is Legendary.
Rat Rod Lives
My Rat Rod project still in the works. This is the first time I fired the engine. It is a 100% custom built Rat Rod truck that resembles a 34 Ford truck. Engine is a 355 Chevy, Crane cam with .500 lift, Pete Jackson gear drive, Eldebrock tunnel ram and 2 Holley 600 CFM carbs. I hope to have in finished in time for my daughter to drive to her Junior Prom in April. You can see pics of my progress on my personal website. www.jeffellis.org