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.
Holley 1967 C-10 .wmv
Sorry folks we had re-post this one, had some audio issues. Enjoy the sound
of American power!
Classic Muscle Car For Sale 1967 Chevrolet C-10 with Air RIDE SOLD !! by Erics Muscle Cars
http://www.ericsmusclecars.com/ is proud to offer this Beautifully done
Show Truck. This frame off restoration was meticulously done and no expense
was spared. Powered by a 350/350 with 700R4 Transmission, 12 bolt rear,
Power steering, Power Disc brakes, 9 way Air Suspension, Chris Allston
Watts rear suspension, Custom Leather Interior, Foose Wheels, Phantom
Grill, Custom Wood bed
Classic Chevy & GMC Trucks @ BROTHERS Show 'n Shine 2010
Early morning line-up of classic trucks waiting for the gates to open at
BROTHERS Truck Parts 12th Annual Classic Chevy & GMC Show 'n Shine on July
11th 2010. Guys like to show up early to get a good spot and there were
plenty early arrivals this year for sure. This 7+ minute video shows just a
portion of the incredible trucks that showed up for the days festivities.
Complete photo gallery is available at http://truckshows.org
For more info on BROTHERS, visit http://BrothersTruck.com
A Fresh Rebuild of a 72 Chevy Cheyenne
This video was shot and edited by AJ Aguirre and features an incredible off
season rebuild project of a 1972 Chevy Cheyenne with Pro Wakesurfer Chris
Kinsey. Chris is also a member of the Shred Stixx Pro Surf Team and we are
looking forward to big things in 2010. Check back at slayshTank.com for
more videos from AJ and footage of Chris. Produced by www.skeyevisions.com
1967 Chevy C-10 Custom Pick-up- Show Winner, Cover Truck!
1967 Chevy C-10 Custom Pick-up- Show Winner, Cover Truck! For Sale.
See details at www.classicpromenade.com or call Harry at 951.901.5088.
This is a California created masterpiece that was showcased on the cover of
the July 2010 issue of Street Truck Magazine. This is a blown 427 cu in
with 750 HP and 800 lbs-ft of torque made with 10,000 hand fastened rivets!
The theme is WWII Bomber inspired and the attention to detail is superb
We're not known for selling many Customs, but this is an amazing truck!
This is a tale of one man's dream: to make a show stopping, hugely fast and
powerful custom that can be enjoyed in his garage, on the show field, at
the races or driven to the grocery store. And was he successful!!
He started with a 1967 (although CA titled as a 1969) Chevy C-10 pick-up
and performed a complete body-off restoration. He had created a custom
made frame and drive-train so very little that remains is OEM. It has a
custom air ride over the 12-bolt Chevy axle. He installed fantastic brakes
using six-piston calipers up front and four-piston for the rear.
This is a no-expense spared custom with exceptional build quality.
Frankly, we've not seen such fabulous workmanship on a custom. Especially
the undercarriage! It's fabulous!
We strongly urge you to read the well detailed article from the Street
Truck magazine article from July 2010 available on our website. This is a
very well written review of the truck and its history.
This truck includes trophies and has won the 2010 Sweepstakes win and the
Best Truck Motor at the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona this year as
well as the First in Class win at the Sacramento Autorama. We are sure
that this truck will have many more wins in its future.
This is a tremendous opportunity to acquire a top-quality, show winning
Custom Truck for a fraction of the cost to build. Will this be yours?