1963 Chevrolet C10 kustom slammed pickup truck
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: C-10
- Type: Standard Cab Pickup
- Trim: Fleetside
- Year: 1963
- Mileage: 2,000
- VIN: 3C1440145551
- Color: Green primer
- Engine size: 350 (390 hp)
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Kill Switch, Air Bag Suspension, Power Steering, Air Conditioning, Power Windows
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic 700R4
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Tan and Off white
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Safety options: 4-wheel Disc Brakes, Electronic Emergency Brake, Good Ol' Steel Bumpers
- Options: Vintage-style Sound System, Gun Rack
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1963 Chevrolet C-10 Fleetside
For Sale: 1963 Chevrolet C10 pickup truck
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Re-listed! Up for sale is my kustom-styled 1963 Chevy C10 pickup truck that I call Bravado. Thatâ€™s an old Spanish word that translates to â€œbrave.â€ This old shop truck is brave enough to take on all comers with its 350 small block, rated at 390 horsepower, its Monster Transmission 700R4 with shift kit, and its 3.73 positraction rear end. It also stops quickly with its CPP four-wheel disc brakes at all four tires.
However, this truck loves to go slow and low since itâ€™s equipped with an expensive Accuair air bag suspension system with a dash-mounted controller. It tucks big Mobsteel 18x8 Steelies under the fender wells and completely lays frame on the ground when parked. The suspension has all the right stuff like Porterbuilt and Chassisworks components and works with a huge C-notch in the frame. The Steelies are powder coated gloss black and sport white wall tires.
This truck has many custom touches like a smoothed tailgate, Caddy tail lights, and a bullet grille. This body style is the epitome of cool and is known as the â€œknee-knockerâ€ cab because of the way the wraparound windshield affects the door opening. I added a 1960 cat eye/bull nose hood which are getting hard to find. I installed chrome bullets to the grille which make it look mean and tuff. This pickup started life as a stepside V6 out of Sonora, CA but I swapped in a fleetside bed from an old farm truck and completely remade the truck from the ground up.
The interior bench seat has new custom upholstery with gold Zodiac vinyl and cloth inserts for comfort. The truck has an electronic emergency brake system called an eStopp with a hidden button under the dash. It also has a power kill switch located under the bench seat to completely disable the battery and vehicle power system. Both accessories function as anti-theft devices. There is a modern vintage-style sound system installed, but it is not currently hooked up. The cab stays nice and cool on hot summer days with a Southern Rods & Parts vintage-style under dash air conditioning unit. All exterior lights, interior lights, and electrical features (wipers, courtesy lights, etc.) function as they should.
This truck was built over two years and finished this year in 2017 after a frame-off restoration with everything new or rebuilt except paint and bodywork. The entire frame and suspension components are powder coated in the color gold (see pics). It currently has less than 2000 miles on it after the restoration. I took many, many pictures of its build process, and I have a ton of receipts. This truck was professionally built by two shops here in Sacramento, CA: approximately 25% was first completed at KG Kustoms, and the rest was finished by Rods R Us. It is concurrently for sale locally as well as online, and comes with no warranty stated or implied. This auction may end at any time if it is purchased locally. Please contact me if you have a 10-or-less eBay Feedback score. A non-refundable $500 deposit is due upon purchase. Full payment is due within 10 business days (14 calendar days), and the vehicle will not be released until full payment has been received. I will accept a cashierâ€™s check or PayPal (if you pay the PayPal fees). You will have to arrange shipping from my ZIP of 95628, but I can assist with loading. Current and clean registration in my name. I am a private seller. As a seller, I want to provide a smooth buying experience so please let me know if you have any questions. I am selling it because I have too many cars and need to downsize. I have done my best to accurately describe my 1963 Chevrolet C10 pickup truck.
Engine: rebuilt Chevrolet 350 rated at 390 horsepower by the engine builder (Clay & Paquette, Yuba City, CA).
Exhaust: new Headers and custom fabricated dual exhaust.
Transmission: new column shift Monster Transmission 700R4 automatic with shift kit. Shifts firmly.
Rear End: rebuilt 12-bolt with 3.73 gears and positraction.
Suspension: new Accuair air bags on all four wheels, Porterbuilt front end, Chris Alston Chassisworks rear, power steering, CPP control arms and sway bars, completely powdercoated frame, monster C-notch.
Brakes: new CPP four-wheel disc brakes.
Wheels: new Mobsteel 18x8 Steelies (5 by 5 bolt pattern) powdercoated black.
Tires: new Falken Diamond Back white walls (255/60R18).
Wiring/Electrical: new American Autowire harness, 180 amp alternator, hidden kill switch, hidden eStopp electronic emergency brake system, backup lights mounted under rear bumper.
Interior: new upholstery, new Classic Instruments All American Series gauges, new power windows, new Southern Rods AC unit, new vintage style stereo (not currently hooked up), new seat belts (3) from Julianoâ€™s Hot Rod Parts.
Bed: custom fabricated aluminum sheet metal with useable areas toward the front and rear all sprayed in Rhino Liner for durability. You can still put your lawns chairs and cooler back there at car shows or carry small loads from Home Depot on the weekends. Has small water drainage ports.
Features: new Accuair suspension, vintage gun rack (includes two toy rifles), 1960 cat eye/bull nose hood.
Pros: cool-ass, unique patina truck that gets attention wherever you go. This is a high dollar professional build.
Cons: stereo not connected, limited turning radius with those big wheels, has some rattles and clanks while driving from tailgate and such, needs bodywork and paint if the patina look is not appealing to you, no interior carpet, the front tires sometimes rub when laying frame, very tiny scrape/mark on the frame that you can only see when you put the truck up on a lift and look carefully near front right, left-rear airbag has very slow leak that drops slightly when parked for several days.
Keywords: truck, pickup, F-100, lowered, slammed, low rider, air bags, custom, kustom, traditional, hot rod, not a rat rod, Porterbuilt, Accuair, CPP, patina, stepside.
Recommendations: I have had good success with uShip for shipping vehicles across the country, and I have personally used JJ Best Banc to finance several hot rods. I was going to do some vintage door art and pinstriping on this truck which I think would look fantastic! My ultimate goal was to paint it two-tone with off white and metallic fawn beige (factory colors).
Starting up https://youtu.be/sdVp3Po2ero
Laying frame https://youtu.be/k-EwNlsArc0
Driving away https://youtu.be/0OuEz7P3i_k
Around the block https://youtu.be/I4nTL85bU9A
More driving https://youtu.be/WM19QmRlzZU
Driving up https://youtu.be/nMedtmov1hI