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
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1976 Chevrolet C10 Classic Truck in Firebaugh, CA
1976 Chevrolet C10 Classic Truck
This 1976 Chevrolet C10 is a Custom Classic Truck in excellent condition.
Custom show truck
Must see to appreciate
This truck has been completely customized
383 stroker with Walter Prosper air cleaner
350 turbo transmission
4 link rear suspension with air bags on front and back
Clear title in hand
This truck has won several car shows in the past 4 years in California and
Note. See below for history
Third generation 1973 thru 1987
An all new clean sheet redesign of General Motors Chevrolet and GMC brand
CK Series pickups debuted in 1972 for the 1973 model year.
Development of the new third generation trucks began in 1968, four years
prior to production in 1972, with vehicle components undergoing simulated
testing on computers, before the first prototype pickups were even built
for real world testing.
The redesign was revolutionary in appearance at the time, particularly the
cab, departing from typical American pickup truck designs of the era.
Aside from being near twins, the Chevrolet and GMC pickups looked like
nothing else on the road.
As a result, the third generation trucks are officially known as the
Rounded Line generation.
Some people may refer to them as square bodys, given that the trucks appear
square like when compared to more modern automotive design standards.
GMs design engineers fashioned the Rounded Line exterior in an effort to
improve aerodynamics and fuel efficiency, using wind tunnel technology to
help them sculpt the body.
Third generation design traits include double wall construction, sleek
sculpted body work, flared secondary beltline and an aerodynamic cab which
featured rounded doors cutting high into the roof and steeply raked
windshield featuring an available hidden radio antenna embedded into the
There were two types of pickup boxes to choose from.
The first type, called Fleetside by Chevrolet and Wideside by GMC, was a
double wall constructed full width pickup box and featured a flared
secondary beltline to complement the cab in addition to new wraparound tail
Both steel and wood floors were available.
The second type, called Stepside by Chevrolet and Fenderside by GMC, was a
narrow width pickup box featuring steps and exposed fenders with standalone
tail lamps. Initially, only wood floors were available.
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Listing ID: 4815