Jack Brown's

1969 Chevy C-10

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24 September 2005

From Jack: 

        My project is a pro-street '69 Chevy C-10. It's been four years in the making. It's powered with a blown 383 stroker motor, putting out about 800 hp on pump gas. It has an all crower lower end, comp cam, and all comp cams roller valve assembly, Edelbrock victor jr alluminum heads, manly valves, weind 6-71 blower (running about 18lbs of boost), 2 Edelbrock 750cfm carbs, and all GM high performance ignition componants.

        It has a beefed up 700r4 tranni, with a Neel racing 3800 stall speed torque converter, with an electronic lockout. a narrowed ford 9" with 4.11 gears puts it all to a pair of Mickey Thompson 33-19.50-15's.  Wilwood four wheel disc brakes help stop this monster after a 180plus mph run.

        This winter's project is going to be all new front end componants, tubular a-arms, tie rods and ends, center link, new springs, gear box, and a billet steering column. Also,  going to add a polished .25 inch alluminum dash plate and glove box door. 

Jack Brown
Atlanta, Georgia

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