Brian McPhail's

1964 Chevy C-10 Shortbed Fleetside and Suburban


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16 August 2007
# 2023 & #2024

From Brian :

           Here are some pics of both of my 1964 Chevy trucks.  One is a C-10 Custom Cab Shortbed Fleetside, with a 350ci motor and TH350 transmission.  It has the panoramic cab and factory air conditioning.  I have had it since about 2000.  I drove it for a year after putting the engine and transmission in.  Then I pulled it apart to replace the rockers, cab corners and a few other things.  Of course, it snowballed into a bigger project!  The frame is now painted. I lowered the springs and converted the brakes and wheel set up to 5 lug with disc brakes.  It is still waiting some body paint and new wood for the bed.

           The second one is my 1964 Chevy Suburban (here's a nice size picture of it).  It came from Rich “RJ” Sisneros (who has a 1964 Chevy Crew Cab and a 1965 Chevy Longbed Fleetside) here on the ‘Bolt.  I needed a ‘Burb because I now have two kids.  It was originally bought new by a Mr. Howard Cahoon in Woodland, Washington.  Woodland is about 2500 miles from us here in Arkansas.  It was originally powered by a Chevy 292 and 4-speed transmission. Now it has a Chevy 350 cubic inch motor, and a TH700R4 transmission.  Also added was power steering, new brakes, and air conditioning.  The rearend was rebuilt and the front end now has disc brakes.  I also gave it new body bushings and replaced one rocker panel.  The other side should be on this weekend.  Maybe some paint by Christmas??? Spring?

           Here is a Photobucket display of my “junk.”

           Thanks for the great site. I come here nearly every day.

Brian McPhail
"64fleetside"
Bolter # 3755
Arkansas

           ~Definitely doesn’t look like “junk” to us Brian!  Your “shop foreman” looks like a hard worker! ~ Gallery Gal


 


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