Cliff Glenn's

1972 Chevy C-10 Longbed

"Ol' No.7"

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12 November 2006
# 1717

From Cliff :

           Here are some pictures of my '72 Chevy C-10 long box. I took a totally rebuilt 350 V8 from a '86 Suburban to replace the original 350. It has the 3 on the tree with original transmission. It has a base coat clear coat paint and new glass.

           The truck has 75,000 actual miles (and counting) and the engine has 17,000. New disk brakes and left bottom ball joint is all I've done to it. It has a single exhaust and everything else is original except the brake lines. I replaced a lot of parts but kept them stock.

           This truck was driven from Quitman, Georgia to Upper Marlboro, Maryland where it will remain. I paid $100 total for it just like you see it. (No joke!)

           I drive it mostly to play golf but I'll take to work and to Church. Now it's my daily driver. I love it and I thought you would like something simple and nice.

           I call it "Ol' No.7." My wife calls it "Umph, umph, umph!"

           Stovebolt, you all are the greatest.

Cliff Glenn
Upper Marlboro, Maryland

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