Full "frame off" restoration - 6.0 Ltr FI and auto trans w/ overdrive

Price: US $39,995.00 Item location: Beaumont, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • SubModel: Short bed
  • Type: Pickup truck
  • Trim: Custom
  • Year: 1960
  • Mileage: 131,999
  • VIN: 0C154L119012
  • Color: Silver
  • Engine size: Chevrolet 6.0 Vortec
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black and black cherry
  • Safety options: seat belts
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1960 Chevrolet C-10 Short bed

0C154L119012 Clean CARFAXI’m selling my baby. This is the much sought after “big back window”, short bed” 1960 C10 pickup with the curved windshield. I updated the look with a 1965 hood and grill because it looks better to me. She has been a labor of love. There is no rust at all and everything works. Yes everything…wipers, orn, linkers, uel gauge, lectric windows, ackup camera, verything. I have invested over $65,000 doing a full “frame off” restoration and no expense was spare. This means that the entire truck was disassembled down to the frame. The body, ngine, ransmission, ab, ed, verything was taken off the frame. Once everything was off of the frame; the frame was checked for rust (it had none) and the frame was painted with rust inhibitor to keep it rust free. I had a Chevrolet 6.0 liter (LQ4) “fuel injected” engine along with a its four speed automatic transmission (4L80e) installed. (52,000 miles on bot engine and transmission) This makes for easy starting and cruising. You can even let the "Valet" park it for you without fear he's going to flood it and kill the battery because its a modern drivetrain. She turns 2700 RPMs at 80 MPH. So she’s quiet and fun to drive on the freeway and very, ery fast! I drive on the freeway and don't think twice about staying in the fast lane. I get about 25 MPG because she's so light.
This C10 is in beautiful condition. She is very fast and handles like a dream. I just took her to for a 150 mile trip on the freeway and she cruses at 80+ mph all day long. All of the work has been done by professionals. RRC Fabrications and GRC Performance
Here's a list of what she has:New computer controlled 6.0 liter LQ4 Vortec engine (LSX) Fuel injected, 75 HP and 25 MPH on the freewayRemapped computer so she runs like a modern car/truck. No finicky carburetors to worry about but easy and cheap for parts if neededModern Automatic L80Re four speed transmission with freeway friendly Over DriveAir Conditioning (cold) and heater (hot) both blow as they shouldRear backup camera set up to come on when you shift to reversePower Disc brakesPower steeringHeadersTrue Dual exhaust all the way back to chrome exhaust tipsNew $8,800 Paint JobNew Electric windowsNew $7,500 custom leather upholstery (door panels, eats, eadlinerby Reyes Upholstery in Fullerton CA)Electric seatsNew carpet and custom floor mats made by Reyes Upholstery in Fullerton CAFull cab sound deadening installed under carpetNew Vent window units (the old ones were a little loose so I replaced them)New windshield and window gasket (We pulled the old one off during paint)New back window gasket (pulled the old one off during pain)New door weather stripping(pulled the old one off during pain)New cab bushings and body bushings (insulate frame from cab and bed)New front-end components (Idler arm, ie rods, ie rod sleeves, pper and lower ball joints)New shocks front and rearNew brakesNew LED taillightsNew updated gauges (Speedometer, achometer, il Pressure, ngine Temperature etc.)New steering column (shortened for more room)New Steering wheelTilt steering wheel columnPrewired for additional speakers and electrical needs. Speaker wires to behind seats and power supply. (The existing radio works but I was going to put in a new high-end unit. I’ll leave that to your taste or you can use the existing unit)Repositioned 21 gallon gas tank under the bedRepositioned gas filler on side of bed (see pictures its easier to access than the “in-bed type”)New “in-tank” fuel pump (Earomotive Unit) much quieter than the cheap inline type often usedNew AC vents and controlsNew radiator (aluminum with extra cooling for AC unit) never overheatsNew door mechanism components (new internal latches and mechanisms)New Tonneau cover with locksNew Motor mounts and all bushing engine and transmission bushingsNew master cylinder and proportioning valve and bake linesNew Window filmBalanced drive shaftRetractableseat beltsfor driver and passenger plus center seatbeltTires have 95% tread left on themNew chrome wheels and hub capsNote: the pictures of the bottoms of the doors show the bottom of the doors and underneath the truck. She is clean. You can rest assured that that there is no rust.