1970 Chevrolet C/K-10




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Unfinished-Rust repair, Bed needs cut down, 05 Silverado seats, swapped on 1994 Yukon GT Frame\r
Finished-Stock 350 rebuilt(flat top pistons, 906 Vortec heads, short headers, high rise single plane GM performance intake, Summit 1785 cam), 700R4 and NP241 setup, TransGo shift kit with automatic t.c. Lockup

Build story

I purchased the truck without any idea what I wanted to do...perfect. Frame was bent, she was dented and rusty, and only 2 wheel drive. Found a 1994 Yukon GT 2 door and wheels turned in my mind. Ripped that up, cleaned the frame, replaced on the vitals, and then went to the power train. 700r4 was rebuilt by me in my Automatic Trans class at UNOH. TransGo shift kit had been installed by a shop in the 90’s, my dad had the trans in a truck before my time. Stock 350 not bored came with flattops(factory 3892673 cast pistons). I did cam, main, and rod bearings, ground the valves on the 906 Vortec heads, valve seals, painted everything, stoved a Summit SUM-1785 cam in it, put some shiny stuff on it, and a GM Performance high rise single plane intake in on it with a Edelbrock 600 carb to top it all off. I’m onto the body now, repairing rust in floor pans and cab corners and rockers. I plan on setting it on the frame, building mounts, running brake lines, fuel lines, trans lines, exhaust, and all the other odds and ends within a month or so. We shall see. Working and going to school for an Automotive High-performance degree, so I’m working around all that sacrificing sleep when possible to get something done on the truck. Instagram is _noah_smith_


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