Sioux City, IA.Joined:
Wednesday, January 15, 2003Last Update:
Saturday, February 28, 2015Last Seen:
Saturday, December 21, 2019Email: BassHead_69@hotmail.com
1969 Chevrolet C-10
About This Vehicle:
Was my first vehicle ever, got it for working for my step father over the summer building our house. Cost $1100 and the guy drove it up from Omaha, NE. Originally came with a three-on-the-tree and a 260 inline V6. My dad and I built a small block 331 and a Borg Warner Super T-10 4 speed trans and converted it.
I gotta admit, it was a very fun truck to drive, I miss it some times. Surprised a lot of people for how heavy the truck was, how small of a motor it had and how fast it could be. It was a fun project for me and my dad for my first vehicle. I wouldnt trade the memories of this thing for anything.
Body Style: Truck
Color: Teal Green and rust!
Engine: 327 SBC
Interior: Teal green and rust!
Purchase Date: Summer of 2000
Purchased From: Some guy in Omaha, NE
- Small journal 327 small block chevy bored to 331
- stock rebuild with fresh ground crank and bearings
- hyperutetnic pistons
- Edelbrock performer RPM aluminum intake manifold
- Holley 650 double pumper 4 barrel carb
- Edelbrock chrome valve covers
- K&N chrome valve cover breather filter
- Headers (cant remember the brand
- something cheap)
- 2.5" custom dual exhaust that dumped in front of the rear end with dynomax mufflers
- Borg-Warner Super T-10 4 speed transmission out of an 80-82 Camaro V6 car - 3.44 low gear ratio
- Cloth bucket seats out of something I found at the junkyard
- Rust and more rust!
- Aluminum gas filler block off plate
- JVC KDSX 450 cassette player
- JVC 12 disc cd changer
- Custom "T" subwoofer box that went behind the seats and came out in-between the seats
- 10" Rockford Fosgate Punch HE2 subwoofer
- MTX 6500d amplifer for subs
- MTX Thunder 302 for highs
- Pioneer 6X9s mounted in sealed boxes in the rear cab corners
- Infinity 10.2T tweeters mounted in the dash
- Gas tank relocated to the bed