Keywords: Chevy, Chevrolet, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, hot rod, truck, 67-72, 67, 68 69 70 71 72. So what are you waiting for???? I have an extra one that comes withthe truck. You too can get your hands on the same kit shipped right to your front door with a click of a mouse. So I have floor panels and I have new rockers and I find that I am going to have to get some more small panels after looking a little closer and taking off the old rockers. We encourage you to today. There is no written, expressed or implied warranty with the sale.
There's much more to list. This has made short bed models worth more later on based by their limited production, and the desire to use them as daily transportation. Turbo 400 tranny with 3. So here is some attempt to get going on it again. New power booster installed as well as new drums in rear. Since the No Limit C-10 back half kit changes the geometry of the frame rails up by 4-inches, the stock bed floor will need to be raised up or a section will need to be cut out so that the bed will fit back into place.
However because of the low production runs, finding an affordable short bed model in good shape seems to be going the way of the dodo bird. The cab looks pretty solid too. So this is where I got to work restoring his patina with some rags and acetone. New antennaNew chrome locking gas cap. If you plan on shipping the truck, I'll communicate with your selected transport company so the transfer isseamless. It was hard work and it still needs a little more attention.
It is going to be a RestoMod, or Muscle Truck. At the center of the bed both panels overlap forming a seam. I am doing this because I want to be able to enjoy the truck for years to come and I have had enough medical problems. Now you can compare an example of the piece that Rob cut using the laser table, to another rail that was cut and bend into a frame rail using the press brake. The picture on the trailer is when it pulled up to the new house. With the rails off the truck slide each cross member in place on bolt them up.
Then slide on one frame rail at a time and bolt them together. In this photo you can see the difference between the stock long bed frame section on the left to the new frame section from No Limit on the right. We found that the simple way to install the rails was to locate the factory holes on the top and bottom of the stock frame just past the cab mount. I just need to find a title for it. Believe me when I say that the project is still on track. They are repro's so they are a little flimsy.
The best part about using this combo is the difference in initial cost to purchase a rust free long bed, covert the frame to a short bed, and buy the reproduction sheet metal can save you some money and or end up with a cleaner truck in the long run if you were to look for a clean factory short bed. I know right, it's a miracle. Driver's door needs an adjustment. So I got a new welder a few weeks ago, and it is great. Be sure to always wear your safety equipment to ensure safe operation when welding anything. A few things have changed.
The next two photos are of some of the new parts and patch panels that I am going to be welding into the cab. F arm truck style tilt steering wheelBed liner is in great shape with no cracksChrome bumpers show no sign of rust and shine like a diamond as well. Before we set the cab and the front end back on the truck, we installed a new set of Energy suspension frame mount bushings. See the photos and feel free to contact me with any questions. In case your wondering it is a static drop 4.
Also working on new inner and outer rocker panels on the cab. Body panels are relatively cheap in comparison to other parts. I will do that on the way out after welding the floors and all other inner pieces. Not really sure how I am going to be able to get it home but I'll figure that out. This was actually today, I stayed home from work after the dentist and had some fun! I will part out the stuff that I don't need or want.
So far super I'm impressed. So just last weekend I finally decided to do something about that brand new bumper that I had bought and painted black for my old truck that is no longer around. I acquired a titled cab that is rough but its a 54' and one of my dream trucks. I'll just share the pics and explain them as i go. These are some photos after doing a lot of work on the drivers fender stripping all the paint off of it, and also all the body work that was done on the bed side after lots of welding and then primer. The parts I am using are all tri-plus I believe and from what I can see are pretty good.