Seth Skeens: That actually wasnt a bad price for the truck it nearly done and its a worth double that when finished and done right
RamblinAround: @srvforme I think the 283 came in the 67 and they went with the 307 in 68. As an option you could have either the 327 or the 396. The first 350 was offered in 69 I believe.
srvforme: thanks for the info. im looking at a 1968 chevy stepside. it has a 283 in it with a 4 speed tranny with a granny gear. not sure what the 68 originally came out with. i know some had the straight 6 and maybe a 307. just doing my homework before i buy?
RamblinAround: @srvforme I believe it's a 350, but I'm not completely certain.
srvforme: what size motor?
srvforme: the bench seat looks just like the one in my 1986 chevy pick up.
punnkypo: damn thats a crap load for the truck, i would pay 5,000 at most than 8650 but i still like the paint, i need to pain my truck still
RamblinAround: @blazerlover25 Every dealer is trying to make as much as possible for sure. They also leave plenty of room for haggling. I'm sure they'd drop the price quite a bit if you were standing there with cash in hand.
RamblinAround: @stressfactor03 Hey I really appreciate the comments, it's not like I'm selling the truck. I just try to show the vehicles that I find interesting. Thanks for watching.
Mike “scalemodelrestoration” Hundahl: OMG!!! next time you are there, check out the rear end control arm driver side, i seen alot of daylight!!!!!!!!!!
thanks for sharing another cool ride..............
One thing that bugs me is the stacked air filters............... guess they dont know anything about a diesel air filter is much taller..........looks better and probly cheaper then to 14 in air filters........
hey i dont mean any disrespect when i comment, just things i have noticed that gets over looked........
Blazer2533: thats way too much for a truck that needs work done on it but common thing with dealers they buy em cheap and sell em for profit
1968 Chevy C10 Stepside Shortbed Pick-up Red5
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