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Patina 1968 Chevy C-10 Air Ride Suspension 22" Transit Wheels

For sale: 1968 Chevrolet C-10

Technical specifications

Item location:
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Standard Cab Pickup
Engine size:
350 V8
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Drive type:
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1968 Chevy C-10, 350 V8, turbo 350 automatic trans, 2wd, power steering, power disc brakes, air suspension, 22" GM Transit wheels, Painless Wiring Harness
Just finished this truck, nice driver, tons of new parts. All rust repair done on cab, new rockers & cab corners, little rust in floor has also been replaced. New painless wiring harness, specific fit for the C-10, rebuilt single barrel carb, new alternator, new battery, new aluminum radiator, new dual electric fans, hei distributor, rebuilt power steering box, new booster & dual reservoir master cylinder, new Mcgaughys drop spindles, new Mcgaughys disc brake conversion, new wheel bearings & seals, new brake hoses, new motor & trans mounts, new speedo cable, new rubber seals on cab (did everything but vent windows), new carpet, full sound deadening in cab, re-covered seat, new push button style floor shifter, new air ride suspension, new bags, new brackets, new Viair compressor, new specialty suspension spun aluminum tank, all nickle plated push to connect fittings, new dot airlines, stainless steel manual valves, new shocks front & rear, new Mcgaughys adjustable track bar, 22" GM steel transit wheels, new 265/35R22 tires, new hub centric wheel spacers in rear, new front windshield, new back bumper & brackets, new taillight lenses, new headlights, new arm rests, new dash pad, new gas tank & sending unit, new mirrors, new wipers
Air ride is a no cut system, this truck doesn't even have c notch in it, everything works great and is perfect for a first time air ride vehicle. Basic system with single compressor and 3 gallon tank, manual valves, 4 corner independent control, automatic pressure switch keeps the tank at 150psi all the time. Professionally built at Switch Suspension
This truck was a long bed, we purchased it with the chassis already cut down and we finished it by cutting down the bed. Both the chassis and bed are done right, no bs welding or fab work
The Bad: speedo works most of the time (sometimes it jumps around), fuel gauge in cluster does not work (tank and sending unit are new), leaks oil from what I believe to be the rear main and is seeping oil out the driver side valve cover

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