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Old 03-08-2011, 09:33 PM
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1969-1972 Chevy C10 Short Beds

I drool when I see a nice one:
http://www.oldride.com/classic_trucks/936406.html

These are my favorite trucks and I've been keeping my eye open for the right one. Once I get my hands on one I'm never letting it go like I did my Blazer.

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I own a 69 short bed stepside ,I did a frame off restoration on with all new goodies.300hp 327/turbo400 and 373 posi rear.Just sits in the shop.Painted it myself with the original color,light olive metalic.dressed it up with delux interior and new dash cluster with tach.I put the buckskin interior in and brown carpet.I had a NOS grille that I paid 89 bucks for.Cant do that now.Got my old Western 15in slotted aluminum wheels still 6 lugs,I just like them.Oh ,I forgot to mention my father-in law bought it new the day I got married in 69.I bought it from him in75.I wish I knew how to post pics on here but havent had any luck doing it.
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Old 03-09-2011, 10:06 PM
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23 years and I still have a good hold on my 72, short or not these trucks are more popular than ever right now, that is one nice 71 right there but man it is priced through the roof. Maybe 18-19K tops for a 350 truck IMO but if he gets 25K for it so much the better
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Old 03-10-2011, 08:18 AM
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They are the sharpest generation, IMO
I have always favored the 68, especially like the hood and grill.
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I'd love to see your trucks. I like that generation of pickup because I think they could be considered the first pickup to have modern pickup styling yet they still have a classic look to them.

I have zero intention of buying that truck I linked to and would like to find one I can buy and overhaul myself. Unfortunately, finding one is easier said than done. There are lots of longbeds for sale but very few shortbeds. I have a .030 over 400 block in the shop that would be a perfect engine too.

There's a satisfaction I get riding in an old truck that I just don't feel in the newer ones. I think my Silverado is a great truck but it just doidn't match the styling and feel of my old Blazer.
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My favorite body style as well.
I've got a 70 CST Lwb /SBC400/TH400 and a 71 Lwb Cheyenne w/SBC350/TH350. I love the Swb, wish I had one.

That guy's a member on 67-72.com forum.
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