...any help guys???wat u guys think? its a 70 c 10!!!!
More details! That style certainly has a lot of potential. I think they're some of the best-looking classic trucks, personally. What shape is the body in? Engine? What were you thinking of doing?
its in good shape just wit a little bit of rust and some paint peeling off already but other then that its okay no bumps no dents no nothing the engine is a 454 chevy big block its just missing the headers cant find any in southern cali for a 454 that's practically the only thing missing were working on the brakes its hopefuly done by July 20th well up n running by that time ....were also planning on sanding it and primer it in the next month or so ....... one thing is i wanna move the gas tank to another spot anywhere else because its located directly in back of the seat...any suggestions man that's my main priority
you can buy fuel cells fot that style of truck that fit between the frame rails where the spare tire goes. i believe that all you need to do then is to re-run the fuel lines and run an inline fuel pump. those are the nicest trucks you can build. i'm very jealous, its going to be a sweet little whip when its done to be sure.
one other thing i forgot to add was that you can get a window conversion kit for these trucks that eliminate the little folding window on the sides and make your side windows one piece it looks really great. don't forget to shave the drip rails above your windows
1 quick question ....from wat type of truck u think i can get a gas tank that will fit in were the spare tire would go????...cuz thats were i see alot of ppl put em
i think its an aftermarket company or you would have to get one built for the best fit, maybe LMCTruck. I'd have to do some looking around.
well i found some headman headers that came out of a 72 nova u think those would fit on my truck
Might. But you never know, because there are so many different types of headers, and a lot of them are specific to a certain bodystyle. Usually, trucks have a lot more room than cars, so chances are they'll fit, but there's no real guarantee until you actually try to bolt them up. There are a lot of different factors you need to consider, including the location of the steering shaft, suspension, etc.
yea he is right the headers r made for a certain engine as well as a model of vehicle
I'm newbee here and I'm looking to break the ice...I'm intrested in the conversion kit idea for revoming the little side windows on a 62 Ford econoline...any info would be appreciated.Thanx.
You may have to get something custom built, there may be more companies out there making the one piece conversions you're interested in, however the only company I am aware of is One Piece Products, and they do not make an Econoline specific kit. PM IMVANISHINGBREED he's our Van expert.Mike Cook aka IMVANISHINGBREED's profile page.