1976 chevrolet stepside 4x4 restored

Price: US $14,000.00 Item location: Rochester, Washington, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C/K Pickup 1500
  • Type: single cab
  • Year: 1976
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: CKL1461104141
  • Color: gun metal grey
  • Engine size: sbc350
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: black/grey
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
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Description:

1976 Chevrolet C/K Pickup 1500

This is a body-off restored truck that started out as a father/son project. My son lost interest so I finished it. All rust was cut out and new metal welded in.It has new:L.E.D. 22" Strobe/spot light with remote control on front bumperCustom made Console
windshield glass and sealCB radio and Whip AntennaStereo and antennaPower stationBodywork and PaintInner fendersTrans cooler and linesTransmission filter and pancarpetundercoatinggaugesWindshield Wiper motor and pumpPower steering pump120 amp 1-wire Alternator (chrome)Water pumpintake manifoldElectronic Distributorsending unitsrebuilt 600 cfm Holley carbaluminum valve coversStainless steel headersExhaustShocksRear Brakes and rear wheel cylindersMaster cylinder
All metal has been sanded and rust treated. All deep rust cut-out and replaced with welded-in steel
The engine compartment was totally gone through and sanded/painted and all parts alsoBucket seats were hand picked for like new condition (adjustable)Custom made front and rear steel bumpers.Front bumper setup for WinchL.E.D. tail lightsThe motor is a fresh SBC 350 with an upgraded cam. You can hear/feel the cam...sounds good. The motor was rebuilt before I got it and only had 100 or 200 miles on it according to my neighbor who had it done.
Many hours went into this truck and was always indoors in my shopI have pictures of the rust repair/welded-in patch panelsGlad to answer any questions about the truck
NOTE: The tires are old and will need to be replaced by new owner. They are age-cracked and may or may not get you home. I have driven it around my place and up the neighbors place a few times and to a shop for the exhaust work.
The dual gas tanks were removed, cleaned, rust-treated and painted. All new fuel lines and filler/vent hoses.
The truck bed is bolted-on 3/4" exterior plywood with undercoating on the under-side. Can be changed or covered easily.
4" lift with 2" body lift = 6" lift.
The windshield wiper water spray pump is not working (I installed a new one) so far and it might be something simple or could be a bad pump or the dash switch could be bad.
I just got done with this truck about 2 weeks ago. I am a body repairman. The body panels are straight and dent-free. This took me about a year just for the body work/metal welded patch panels. It looks new and so does the inside motor compartment and the hood bottom and the cab. The paint is a single stage "Hammered" paint with automotive catalyst/reducer. The doors are 80's truck doors with their refreshed panels. The dash is an original crack-free. I installed a steel plate covering where the original speaker would have been with a steel bracket to mount a GPS monitor or?
The rear slider window is an old one that was on the truck when I got it.