Cammed '69 c/10 first start in over a year

For everyone *Trying* to tell me that this truck is a '67, read this. The truck is a '69, it just has a '67 cab. The cowl was rotted off of the original. It has everything original, hood, bed, etc. The cab from the '67 is all that's changed. It had a original big window, sliding rear glass cab. My '69 c/10. Started first try after priming the carb. Specs: 283 small block chevy bored 30 over white box cam hedman headers dual point distributor Quadrajet 4bbl carb 3 speed manual transmission The rims are aluminum. western turbine mags.

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