The Paint: Seafoam Green, base/coat, clear/coat
The Engine: GM 350 CID, 4 bbl, aluminum intake, electronic ignition, headers
The Transmission: GM Turbo 350, 3 speed automatic
The Differential: GM 12 bolt with highway gearing
The Suspension: Independent front with HD tubular lower A arms, and springs
Rear leaf, notched frame, and lowered all around about 2”
The Interior: Original bench, reupholstered in original style fabric, and all hard surfaces repainted in original Fawn color.
Manual drum brakes with new master cylinder
Rebuilt heater system
Windshield wipers work
Tilt steering column with original steering wheel
All lights work
All original gauges with auxiliary oil pressure gauge
Excellent original short box with all new white oak bed wood with stainless slats
Roll pan with 46 Chevrolet tail lights, and filled on bed caps
Excellent tail gate with spring clasp closures for a clean look
Dual exhaust with glass packs
15” Chrome Moons and rims with white letter radials all around
These mid 60's trucks are becoming ever popular, and it's about time as they are an excellent design, comfortable and fun to drive, and are very user friendly.
This truck is so clean everywhere, and that includes the undercarriage as there is no evidence of rust in this truck.
Painted in the classic color of Seafoam green in base/clear, it's smooth, shiny, and clean, and with Fawn beige interior, this truck would present it's self very nicely at a car show. Lowered correctly means it has the right stance, and the ride is comfortable, not jarring.
All of the glass is nice, and the windows roll up and down easily. The truck steers easy and smooth with power steering, and the brakes bring the truck to a halt nice and true.
This truck would make for an extremely nice a daily driver as it starts, runs, and drives excellently. The engine and transmission work in concert together to provide durability, reliability, and when necessary, good power.
A few nice custom touches to the bed, such as a roll pan outfitted with '46 Chevy tail lights, filled in end caps, and hidden latches really clean the back of this truck up, and the fresh bed wood and stainless steel slats look amazing.
If you're considering a nice GMC/Chevy Short box truck (and who isn't) to drive daily, take to a car show or cruise-in, and you want that low slung, cool hot rod look, with nice suspension components to make the drive fun and easy, this just might be the truck you're looking for!