1968 Chevrolet C10 STK # 1079.mov
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
AccuAir on Scott Lawrence's 69 GMC C-10
Scott Lawrence's '69 GMC C-10 wowed the crowds in Vegas as AccuAir's 2009
SEMA booth vehicle. Scott's truck sports some insane modifications and
detail and as such was featured on the cover of Street Trucks Magazine for
their May 2009 issue. Tired of seeing his truck sit in the garage, Scott
called AccuAir for a complete Stage 2 e-Level Air Management Package to
transform his showpiece into a reliable driver. After converting over to
AccuAir, Scott is yet another satisfied customer that will NEVER go back to
switches and gauges again! Visit www.accuairsuspension.com for more cool
cars, videos, and technical information.
Bagged 2008 GMC Dually Dragging On The Frame
This is a 2008 GMC Dually that we air bagged. 8" lift in the rear and 6"
lift in the front. The truck is sitting on 24" Alcoa wheels. Custom 4 links
and A arms were fabricated. The rear axle was narrowed and a custom C notch
was built with a 5th wheel trailer hitch. Tons of other fabrication was
done to make this sick truck lay on the frame.
You can check us out on the web at www.wcdfab.com