1972 Chevy Pick Up Street Rod
A 1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne Street Rod..Johnny's Dad bought it new in 1972
and used it for a work Truck..When Johnny got it...H made it a street
Rod...it took hi three times to get it right...but it is all Good now..very
cool Truck...Check it out!
1977 C-10 Pick Up Hot Rod
Kyle has one cool Hot Rod...a 77 Chevy Pick up..If you like chrome...your
going to like this..ck it out!!!
Goodguy's 2014 Street Machine Of The Year Award Ceremony
The 2014 Goodguy's Street Machine Of The Year awards ceremony...The Winner
is!!!!...Check it out..Very cool!!...Make sure you follow me so that you
don't miss any of the awesome videos I post daily!!
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Craftsman C10 Restoration Rollout Choosing The Wheels and Tires, Ep 18 of 24 Restoration Rollout 20
Roadster Shop teamed up with Craftsman Tools to build a '69 Chevy C-10
utilizing a Roadster Shop FAST TRACK C-10 chassis, Forgeline CF3C Concave
wheels, and a host of custom touches to make for one badass truck. This is
the latest (and arguably most important) episode of the Roadster Shop
Craftsman Restoration Project: Choosing the Wheels and Tires. Learn more
about the Forgeline CF3C Concave wheel (including sizes and pricing) at:
1972 Chevy Pickup
Got a chance to park the 72 chevy in a Steel Factory to do a cool photo
shoot. i thought it would be cool to film it too. enjoy! filmed on the
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1970 Chevrolet C10 STK # 1095
Cool little custom trucks are always in demand. This 1970 Chevrolet C10 is
no different. Painted in a burnt orange hue with a matching orange inserts
in the black interior bring it to a new level. Powering this C10 is a 350ci
V8 with an automatic transmission all attached to a 12 bolt rear end. Air
conditioning, power steering, power brakes, AM/FM/CD radio and tilt wheel
add to the comfort of this truck. For more details on this vehicle or to
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1971 C10 Chevrolet Pickup Truck Restoration Turbo LS1 Part 1
1971 Chevrolet C10 Pickup
Originally released with a 350ci Chev with column shift.
Shane come across a great deal, and soon enough there was a stout 400ci
Edelbrock carby, Edelbrock air gap manifold pushing 460hp, and a very angry
The transmission had been replaced as well, a rebuilt t400 handles the
power and sends it to the Mac truck diff.
With the completion of our 68 Camaro restoration, it was time
for a new company car project.
The truck was completely stripped, for a bare metal respray.
While the boys are busy with the body work, a LS1 was dropped in the bay
for a mock up. A modern EFI motor conversion was decided.
Stay tuned, for a turbo truck build !
Junkyard 'Cuda Rescue, With Nitrous Oxide! - Roadkill Episode 11
On this episode of Roadkill, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan of HOT ROD
magazine fly out of town, buy a car from a junkyard, make it run and drive,
do burnouts, add Nitrous, drag race
twice, almost die, and the auction off the car at the end. The scene begins
at CTC Auto Ranch in Denton, Texas, where the guys score a '67 Plymouth
Barracuda with a 360 V8, but without a carburetor, interior, glass, or
brakes. By the time they sort out a number of other mechanical woes,
they're off for some burnouts and some racing at North Star Dragway, right
next to the Auto Ranch. Then it's a 300-mile drive to Houston for the NMCA
Lone Star Nationals race. But, as you've come to expect from these guys,
that doesn't exactly go smoothly. But then they add NOS Nitrous and it makes everything ok as they hang
out with Jeff Lutz and Tim Reed from HOT ROD Drag Week right before they
have to sell the car and hit the plane home.
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