1968 Chevrolet C-10 Shortbed Pickup Truck

  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 11,062
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 350 Small Block Chevy
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Rio Rancho, New Mexico, United States


For sale is a 1968 C10 shortbed. Exterior is tuxedo black with blue pearl flake. Finished pine wood panel bed with chrome strips. New body panels include hood, tailgate, passenger side fender, and inner fenders. New front and rear bumpers. Custom polished billet aluminum grill. New front and rear glass. New vent window assemblies. Completely new interior that includes door panels with deluxe trim, headliner with trim, sun visors, billet aluminum pedals, carpet, upholstery atop new bench seat foam, floor mats, dash, arm rests, door handles, window cranks, gauge cluster, all switches, new tilt steering column with walnut steering wheel. Painless Performance full chassis wiring harness. LED bulbs throughout with new lenses. All new weatherstriping throughout. Virtually complete suspension replacement that includes shocks, control arms, tie rod ends, track arm, and front/rear coil springs. Four whell power disc brake conversion. Vehicle sits at factory rid height. Engine is a rebuilt 350 small block paired to a rebuilt turbo 350 transmission. The odometer reads 10, 061 miles; hpwever it tool a little time to get the right speedo gear ratios figured out and replaced in the transmission, so the mileage on the odometer is actually lower than that. I'd estimate its got no more than 7,500 miles on the motor and trans. Brand new rear end. The motor is complexly dressed with polished aluminum march pulleys, hoses, power steering pump, alternator, and water pump. Edlebrock 600 cfm carb. Magnaflow duel exhaust. Optima red top battery. This truck is a head turner and you'll get complements every day you drive it. It is not a trailer queen show truck however. It is meant to be driven. It is not perfect, but would likely win at local car shows. The only rust encountered during the restoration was a few pin holes under the battery tray and the folded over metal flap of the rockers (this in no way effects the integrity of the rockers at all). This was all treated with POR rust treatment and preventative. The rockers are solid and do not require replacing unless you want a show perfect truck underneath. They are solid. The truck has spent most of its life in the arid southwest desert of New Mexico. The floor pan is solid as well with no issued. It was covered with high end heat flection and sound deadening material prior to carpet installation.The truck runs strong and looks great. Come take a look.