I know it's not a 20, but I saw this beauty at the C10 Intervention. The bodywork was flawless! I'm jealous of guys that do bodywork.A couple of my daily drivers
About to get to work on a 1967 El Camino.
I decided it’s more cost affective to resurrect some old trucks than. Buy new ones. The medium blue has a/c and full on factory original except it has been repainted a few times but it was factory med blue. The 70 is a mut of a truck.
Both are manual transmission v-8.
Once finished with my 67 Elky I’m thinking of auctioning it off to finance my ultimate build of a crew cab 71 or 72 c20 or c30 w/Cummins 5.9 and 6 speed manual w/OD 4x4.
Be fore you go there I know there is no such thing as a 1967-72 crew cab Chevy. That requires a suburban and the rear part of a cab welded together. When I finish it it will look 100% factory.
It will only have four wheels, no 6 wheelers here as I don’t like them. I’m still trying to decide on long bed or short and weather it will be a fleet side or flat bed. I’m leaning towards flatbed myself.
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