John's 68 Chevy at the 2009 Corn Feed Run
This is my buddies Johns 68 Chevy at the 2009 Corn Feed Run in Chino Calif. He's running a built small block that was put together by him and his dad. He's sporting an automatic trany, Intro wheels, custom suspension, air bags and just to many other goodies to mention. This is one awsome looking and sounding truck.
1968 Chevy Truck
- ZZ4 Crate Motor
- Aluminum Heads
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Test Drive: 1968 Chevrolet C10 Pickup with Big Block V8 and Hydramatic 400 Automatic Transmission
Take a ride with Louis Bledsoe as he demos this amazing hot rod pickup truck. Here the big block V8 roar to life and sound like NOTHING that any factory in the world puts in a vehicle today. You can almost FEEL yourself pinned to the seat when he puts his foot in it... Don't just wish you had a hot rod - take action and make it happen! This truck is ON THE MARKET! It's one of the many great vehicles for sale at Burton Motors. Visit http://www.burtonmotors.com for more details!
1968 Chevrolet Pickup Sees First Daylight In 24 Years
1968 Chevrolet pickup stored in 1985 finally sees daylight 24 years later for a week in 2009 before returning to its garage. It's 307 powered with a turbo 350 automatic [Shift Kit]. Posi 12-bolt 4:11 rearend. It's a stock small block other than the 650 QJ Carb/Dual plane intake. Was never meant to go fast, just operate problem free. I was 18 years old in 1983 when I created it's look with little money hence the now dated look.
Stored in 1985 due to a sudden physical disability. My Father brought the truck out of the garage in May of '09, washed it, vacuumed the interior, and there it sits older but not too much worse off.
Will sell the truck within a year. It's a complete truck. Originally a stepside. A 1967 fleetside box was available so I replaced the stepside in 1983 when building the truck. Hurricane 7 x 15 / 10 x 15 wheels. Would make a great frame-off project.
Custom Bagged 1968 Chevy C10 Pickup
This video features a 1968 Chevy C10 Pickup with a custom airride setup. This truck is custom from top to bottom and very sharp. This video was shot at the Good Guys car show in Columbus, Ohio.
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This boulevard bruiser started life as a 1968 Chevrolet C10. Now it is one mean truck packing a Doug Herbert 383ci V8 with less than 100 miles on it, backing up the 383 is a TH350 automatic with 1500 miles on it since rebuilt, out back filling the axle is a 4:10 rear gear. Custom touches included flame embossed door panels and headliner, shaved door handles, AM/FM/CD stereo system, 16 gallon fuel cell, Autometer gauges, and chromed out engine bay. With only 3,931 miles on this truck since it was taken off the frame and put back together. Custom rolling stock consists of 275/40/R20 front tires and 295/40/R20 rear tires on Boss Motorsports 338 wheels. Power brakes and power steering make this truck a solid cruiser. For more details on this vehicle or to inquire about financing please call us at 704-598-2130 or e-mail email@example.com.
1970 Chevy truck w/comp mutha thumpr cam part 3
I just rebuilt the engine and the transmission. Everything is the same on the engine from previous videos except I went from the small thumpr cam to the mutha thumpr cam. On the bottom end went back with the stock crank but with x rods w/arp bolts. New speedpro hyper pistons w/moly rings instead of the cheap cast pistons that were in it. Has a new TCI flexplate and an ATI super street damper. And finally got rid of the stock radiator replaced with a Becool radiator. TH350 has all Hughes performance internals with a B&M shift kit. Also set the stock converter aside for a Hughes 3000 stall.