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Street Machinery Built Big Back Window,Bagged, Patina, C-10 C10

For sale: 1965 Chevrolet C-10

Technical specifications

Item location:
Sussex, New Jersey, United States
Standard Cab Pickup
Short Bed
Engine size:
Crate 350
Number of cylinders:
Drive type:
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  • I have been asked if I am interested in trades...I am not interested in any trades, I do not have the room.

1965 Big Back Window C-10
Built by Street Machinery in Euclid, Ohio.
Here is a chance to own a Street Machinery built truck by Boris and his talented crew WITHOUT waiting!!!!!

I purchased this truck from Boris at Street Machinery. Chances are if you are looking at this truck then you are more than likely familiar with Boris and his crew at Street Machinery. If by chance you are not familiar with his shop, I encourage you to do your due diligence and learn about them. Truly one of the best out there!
Originally a South Carolina Truck. Ithad a 65 column from a manual truck in it and that was converted to an auto column. Has all factory guages with a Tach, no dummy lights. All guages work for the exception of the fuel guage, (does not read properly). Truck is solid but there has been floor work done in the past as well as rockers prior to Boris getting the truck. Heat works in the truck, all lights work minus interior dome light, (no assembly), wipers work, blinkers work, headlights work, EVEN the cigarette lighter works so you can plug in and charge your phone!
Drivetrain maybe has 2,000 miles on it between the mileage Boris put on it and what I put on it. When I bought it, he said there was about 1,000 miles on the drivetrain, I may have put 1,000 on it since. 450 miles of that 1,000 I put on it was driving it from Street Machinery's shop in Ohio to my home in New Jersey, YES, I drove it home! The trucked cruises at 80 mph without any issue......
List of things that were done to it:
New GM Crate 350 from Summit
Rebuilt 700r4 - yup, it has overdrive and crusies no problem on the highway at 80 mph.
New oilpan
New edelbrock carb
New fuel pump and sending unit
New HEI distributor
New Lokar TV cable
New air cleaner/breather
New radiator
New electric fan with auto controller
All new trans cooler lines and fuel lines, all done with hard lines
New battery and battery cables
New one wire alternator
Re-manufactured starter
New waterpump
New belts and hoses
New headers
New dual exhaust all the way back and dumps just before rear bumper
New 4 corner air ride, (you can all 4 corners indivually)
New drop spindles and disc brake conversion in front. Drums in rear
New drop shocks
New shock relocation kit.
New lowering blocks
New carpet, sill plates and new upholstery on bench, (done in black)
New master cylinder
Wilwood proportioning valve.
New brake lines and hoses
New door seals and window "fuzzies"
Wiring harness disassembled, cleaned, rerouted and any wires not in use, removed.
New reproduction hubcaps
Wheels blasted and painted black, (17" tires)
New rear window seal
New power steering conversion
I am only selling due to my new purchase of a Nova. I have a 2 car garage, a daily driver, a company car and my fiances car. Simply do not have the room so sadly Ellie May must go.
The truck is fun and has no issues. It gets tons of attention at shows and just driving around. The patina really sets it apart especially when you lift the hood and show people the CLEAN engine bay!
Clean NJ Title in my name.
There is over $15,000 in parts, (not including the price of the truck), as well as 250 man hours of labor. If you were to do a shop rate of $70 an hour times 250 hours and add the cost of the truck and list of new parts you are over the $30k threshold. Please do not waste my time with stupid offers. This is a well built, solid, RELIABLE truck that you can cruise around town or on the highway.
It is for sale locally and I will end early if it sells outside eBay. If a reasonable offer is made, I will remove the listing.
Any questions, just ask.

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