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1966 Chevy C-10

Owned by

John Falter
"chevyagain66"
Bolter # 16388
Virginia

 

08 October 2007
Canadian Thanksgiving
# 2078

 

 

From John :

           This is my 1966 Chevy C-10. I'm new to Stovebolt. Thanks for all replies to my recent posts in the forums. I am currently swapping engines with a better 350. It has turbo 400, power steering.

           After selling my 1965 Chevy Stepside, which was all original (even had the six cylinder stick), I purchased this 1966 on eBay. I wanted a v-8 and this had the 350 already in it.

           After running it for awhile, I decided to either rebuild the engine or install a crate motor a friend of mine has. It's all according to what I see during the tear down.

           It's not a show truck but pretty close -- lotsa new chrome and interior. It's a nice driver. I will keep posted on progress.

           Keep up the good work.

John

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