I bought the truck from Minnesota and then took the body off the frame and began the build. First thing was Z the frame in rear, 3 link, with airride suspension. On the front I used Porterbuilt front cross member suspension with disk brakes, tubular control arms, 2″ drop CPP spindles, power rack and pinion and RE 7 air bags. Once I got the frame to lay on the ground, I then bought body panels, seats, grill, headlights, LED taillights and all interior parts from LMC, including wiring harness, updated fuse box and wood bed floor with stripes (had to fabricate the wood and cut stripes for custom look). Then I fabricated the bed floor and raised it and stretched LMC fenders to 14″ wide, then mounted an aluminum fuel cell. After all body work was completed, I primed it all and with help from a friend, we painted the truck Sonic Blue, exterior and interior. We put a 5.3LS with high rise Edelbrock proflow intake and fuel rails backed by a 4l60e automatic transmission and a posi rear end with 373 gears. Thanks to Brian at Accurate Performance. The truck is now show ready after the one year build.
Aaron S.'s 1964 Chevy C10