As soon as the weather turned nice, Rick and Zac had their twin Chevys on the street, bringing 1967 to town. ProcurementVehicle can be picked up locally or it can be shipped. The gentleman that I purchased the truck from spent 4 meticulous years restoring her and then regrettably passed away from Cancer. For one thing, 1967 is the year he graduated from high school. Inside are all the right vintage elements and plenty of subtle upgrades.
Edelbrock headers and Flowmaster mufflers handle the exhaust duties with the tips molded into the sides of the body just below the step. Both Stepside and Fleetside availability carried over from 1966, and revised grilles continued to represent new model-year calling cards up through 1972. All Chevy pickups were treated to standard front disc brakes in 1971. Furthermore production numbers were large and they were home to several of the same engines used in popular Chevy cars, meaning maintenance, restoration, and upgrades are all relatively easy endeavors. Buyer must make contact within 24 hours of accepted offer and make arrangements to remit the full payment amount.
Modifications to the chassis were done to move the appearance and performance of the pickup in the direction of a hot rod—starting with a C-notch at the back of the original framerails. The number 67 has special significance for Rick Zipperian. A 1987 C10 donated the power steering box. Smoke Free HomeSmall burn mark on passenger side seat was there when I purchased the truck. The digital gauges glow blue as the rumble awakens in the engine bay. Rick told us that his 1967 small-window was a two-owner truck that had been parked inside since new.
Needs a bit of work to get it in great condition. The driprails, door handles, locks, turn signals, and badges have all been shaved. No one in my family smokes and the truck has never been smoked in while I've owned it. Jarod initially bought this truck as his high school transportation. They are drop-dead gorgeous, have timeless styling, possess good build quality, and are easily drivable in modern traffic.
It also sports a custom roll pan. That being said, it certainly gives all of us something to shoot for. Builder: mooseknuckles Build Thread: ----------------------------------------------------- This video purpose is to tell world about amazing car build project and to inspire ever growing car builder community around the world. . The truck had belonged to a Dadz Motor Company customer, who gave it to Zac as partial payment on a car buildup a rare 1933 Continental coupe that ended up on the cover of Street Rodder.
Richard Caudill contributed upholstery work, along with Zac. It had been driven only 40,000 miles and had been sitting for about 30 years. Nicely weathered and then covered with a glossy clearcoat, it looks like a time capsule sealed to preserve its history. The Cavalcade of Customs took place the first weekend of January. All of this could be part of a truck that was just sealed away as a time capsule.
The body has a few minor dents and a large dent on the passenger side see images. Some sheetmetal repair, new tires and wheels, and fresh paint would have been a simple way to resurrect the C10, but Rick and Zac are hot rodders, so the plan was a little bigger. The 1969 and 1970 C10 and K10 models look for all the world alike without knowledge of the various trim levels. In the event of a claim, the guaranteed value s on your policy declarations page is the amount your vehicle s is covered for, even if the value displayed here is different. The factory seat and door panels were recovered in cream-colored vinyl, stitched in the style of a 1967 Chevelle bench. Wrapped in leather and suede they certainly do the truck justice.
I purchased her from the family. Jarod thought when the 22×9. Two bumpers were used to create the custom version you see on the front where it wraps around to meet the fenderwell. This 1967 Chevy Stepside pickup was a Christmas gift from Zac to Rick in 2014. There's even a newer velour seat.
For all Hagerty Insurance clients: The values shown do not imply coverage in this amount. This has all the right pieces for performance and a strong runner. Rick said that they had to hurry to get the truck done in time for the show, but when the doors of the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati opened on Friday, the public got its first look at the father-and-son Chevys, together in the Dadz Motor Company display. This is a patina'd body, which is always going to get you attention and conversations wherever you go. Oh yes, this is quite a custom machine. The tailgate came from the donor Sierra and the back end has been smoothed out with the rear pillars boxed in. The 1967 and 1968 model years are each unique for a few reasons.