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1960 Chevy C-10 4 X 4 Panel Truck- 400 Sbc Strong Running Project W/ Body Panels on 2040-cars

Year:1960 Mileage:148765 Color: Yellow / Gray
Location:

South Easton, Massachusetts, United States

South Easton, Massachusetts, United States
Transmission:Manual
Body Type:Panel Truck / SUV
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:400 SBC
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: 0C145J109989 Year: 1960
Make: Chevrolet
Model: C-10
Trim: Shaved Door Handles
Options: Light Bar with Spotlights, Shaved Door Handles, Vista Cruiser Spoiler, Chrome Bumpers, New Side Glass, Aluminum Rims, Like New Tires, Dual Exhaust, Removable Rear Bench Seat, Cassette Player, 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player, Front Disc Brakes
Safety Features: Shoulder Style Seat Belts Installed, Front Disc Brakes
Drive Type: 4 X 4 Standard 4 Speed
Power Options: Power Locks
Mileage: 148,765
Sub Model: Panel Truck
Exterior Color: Yellow
Disability Equipped: No
Interior Color: Gray
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Number of Cylinders: 8
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

1960 Chevy 4 X 4 Panel Truck

Clear Title and presently Registered.
I have owned this truck for 10 years and was planning to bring it back to all it's glory. A health situation has set me and my projects back a couple years and now this one needs to go to someone with the time to do it right.
The body is sitting on a Blazer Frame and Drive Train.
Engine is 400 Small Block that runs  good. Some very light start up smoke  if it sits a bit. Probably valve seals ( I was going to do them when I had the nose off).
Front Disc Brakes
Brake line is broken so you cannot drive it home unless you want to patch it temporarily. I am including a complete InLine factory bent Stainless Steel Brake line Kit with the other new parts I have purchased towards the rebuild.
Side Door Handles have been shaved  and door poppers installed but will need to be adjusted and rewired on rebuild.
Wire harness is from newer Chevy van and everything works but accessories like radio and interior "Mood" lighting and door poppers should be rewired. 
Springs and bushings should be done. High or Low, Your Choice.
Needs one Window Regulator. (Drivers)
Frame is peeling  from old  paint used by previous owner and has some scaling but  SOLID FRAME!   Just time to clean it up right.
May need  some metal work on drivers metal  below floor boards. (All 1960 Chevy Pick Up Parts Fit)
I have Most Major Body Panels  but some stitching in will be needed on the Hood, rear corners of the body and a Couple  small spots in the interior above windshield. May need some windshield lip repair. ( I did not pull glass yet) 
Windshield does have 4 rock chips but I was always able to get a sticker and they have not traveled in 10 years of summer and winter running.
Lower inner door panels may make the door repairs easier but I did not buy those yet.

Here are some of the new parts I will include:
New Side window and vent window for Passenger Side ( I already installed  Drivers side) 
New in box, Complete Stainless Steel Factory Bent Brake  Line Kit by InLine   http://www.inlinetube.com/
New Never mounted Stainless Steel Headers  and all Gaskets and collector Parts
New Clutch with low miles  since installed 
New 31 x 15 Uniroyal Tires with low miles  since installed 
New Body Panels:
Drivers Door Skin
Passenger Door Lower Door Skin
Front Lower Bed Section ( for the area behind Passenger Door to Rear Wheel Well)
Cab Floor Outer Section ( To repair only major Floor area)
Front Fender Lower Rear Section.
Some  Gaskets: 
Rear Window Gaskets
Rear Tail Light Gaskets
Kick Panel Air Vent Door Gaskets 

I will include all Receipts for what I have done so far and some original correspondence I have from the original owner.

I have tried to hit all the faults I can think of to represent this truck as accurately as possible.
I will answer all questions so  Ask First before you Bid. Serious Buyers only Please. 
Mechanical updating will be straight ahead but if you do not have the resources for the body work then this one may not be the one for you unless you are going the Rat Route.
Lots of potential here! I really did not want to let it go. Thanks for Looking and Good luck Bidding!
I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END AUCTION EARLY, AS THIS VEHICLE IS FOR SALE LOCALLY.
SHIPPING arrangements are the sole responsibility of the BUYER. I will be glad to meet your shipper and assist loading.

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