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07-26-2002 08:10 AM
hotrodit mmm, glad to hear i'm not on my own & yes it has 8 lug wheels & some light rot in exactly the same places.
Thanks for replying fellas , i won't be on for a couple of days going on a rod run organized by a UK magazine just for nostalgic rods, should be fun & a good **ss up.
Will post some pics of it when we're back
07-26-2002 07:38 AM
WoodsEdge Hotrodit, sorry haven't posted before, just saw your topic. My driver is a 66 C20, Mine has 283, also with granny low 4 speed. A C20 is a 3/4 ton but most 1/2 ton parts will interchange. You should have 8 lug wheels, 1/2 ton had 6. My truck has 113,000 HARD miles, Its used here on the farm to hall hay, manure, whatever and pulls a car trailor and hauls parts to flea mkts. Friends say they feel sorry for it, but I think it is happy doing what it was designed for. Has a little rust in bottom of doors and lower rear quarter of front fenders that I should fix someday. Best thing, they are dependable. LMC has good list of parts, they're not cheap but good co. to deal with. Luck with the new ride and if I can be of any help let me know.
07-25-2002 08:29 AM
Madd Syntst Send me your address. I'll send you a Chevy Truck hat. Way kool amigo! I agree with Helrazr. Ain't nothing to having a new ride in the drive. No worries if it's a beater, it's soon to be a streeter! Tally Ho!
07-25-2002 07:45 AM
helrazr3 congrats on the new iron, theres nothin in the world like the feeling of bringing home a new project. you cant wait to finnish it.your ready to do it all right then and there its better than toys at christmas. good luck oh and starting tommorow afternoon ill be drinking enough beers to get you all feeling good. road trip!
07-25-2002 07:35 AM
hotrodit i'm havin a beer for ya already He He He & i'm gonna sleep it off in bed of the truck! just so as we can get to know eachother you understand.
got to change the gearing though... man this thing screams its n**s off at 60mph
07-24-2002 07:09 PM
Halloweenking hehe, good to wait for me to yell I got a rod! After that we can both go party.

07-24-2002 05:48 PM
hotrodit yeah i got it, woopee! i got a Chevy truck with no rot its a little battered but who cares i got a Chevy truck, i got a Chevy truck, i got a Chevy truck, i got a Chevy truck, i got a Chevy truck,

hey guess what i got? bet u don't know!
07-24-2002 09:20 AM
hotrodit thanks you guys i'm headin off now should be back in 6-7 hrs time i'll let ya'll know if i drove the sucker home!
07-24-2002 08:00 AM
Madd Syntst When Hot Rod It's in trouble, I am not slow, it's hip hip hip and away I go.
Most of the older Chevs have the same rust spots. It is obvious because you see so many repair panels in the truck rags. Wheel wells, door sills/rockers, and cab corners seem to be the worst. The up side is thst there are about 6-10 places that you can get parts for these rigs. Chevy Duty, The Truck Shop, Golden State Pick Ups to name a few.(I'm not real happy how the last one does business. They got big and forget things) If you need some contacts, I can e-mail you a list from home later on. The drive train in that truck is so standard it isn't funny. I never really concern myself with the bed, after all, its a TRUCK. It was a truck before it was a hot rod or cruiser. Other than that, it's a 66, so you will have everything that goes with that. Ball joints, wheel bearings, drips, leaks, dents, etc. Fora driver and the price is right, it would interest me. But, Madd luvs trucks. So does my Jack Russel, Ruby.
Keep us in the loop

[ July 24, 2002: Message edited by: Madd Syntst ]</p>
07-23-2002 10:40 PM
hotrodit My Buddy answered thanks man!
come on Mad Syntst you is a chevy truck guy aint ya?
07-23-2002 06:40 PM
Halloweenking Rust around the wheel wells, that bodystyle is notorious for rust in those places. I know I got a '72 K-5 blazer with the removable top. Nice, but thats the first place rust starts.

07-23-2002 05:00 PM
help with '66 Chevy truck! i know this one's boring

Hey i'm off to look at a '66 Chevy truck its a C20 Fleetside, was an Arizona truck so i'm told its pretty solid & come's with a 292 six & 4 speed stickshift.
Just want it for an every day vehicle so can ya spare me some of your experience! is there anything special i should look for, i'm not a total retard but hands on experience is probably the best buyers guide.
thanks in advance for any help!

[ July 24, 2002: Message edited by: hotrodit ]</p>

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