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Old 05-02-2012, 09:51 PM   #1
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1964 C10 Pickup

Any of you guys have one of these?

I ask because a local guy has one and has thrown hints to me about wanting to work up some kind of trade deal with my S10. I don't know a lot about the trucks honestly. Below I have added a link to an ad he has posted. I'm not really considering it at this point, I'm just looking to see if any of you guys have experience with or knowledge of these trucks.

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http://www.racingjunk.com/Chevrolet/...step-side.html
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Old 05-02-2012, 10:02 PM   #2
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

easy to upgrade to disc brakes. easy to do a v8 swap. if you wanted to bag it can do everything with bolt-ons.
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I'd trade my pile for that in a heartbeat.
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

I have a 65.

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Pics of said s10 for possible trade?
Old 05-02-2012, 10:53 PM   #6
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

I have owned my 67 since 1985. My dad bought it in 1980.
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

If I recall correctly, the 60-66 and 67-72 are very similar, if not the same frames. I know there are litterly dozens of companies that make every part bolt on to lay it out. There are engine crossmember kits so you don't have to z the frame, bolt in notches, disc brake kits. You can build these trucks from catalogs basically.and they look damn sexy IMO.
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

63 was the first year of coils. 60-62 had torsion bars, 60-63 had the wrap around windshield. 64-66 are basically the same, If your looking for bags, one company. Porterbuilt.

They are good trucks and very easy to upgrade, 60-63 is my favorite body style chevy of all time.
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Depending on said s10 I'd prob trade. Looks like a solid piece
Old 05-03-2012, 12:15 PM   #10
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I've always loved the pre-73 C10 Trucks. before i got my S10 i was looking for them
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I would easily trade any s10 for that, awesome looking trucks.
Old 05-03-2012, 02:45 PM   #12
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My dad had a '64 stepside back in the 70's, that he bought from a local votech. It had a 1970 LS6 454, from a wrecked chevelle. Needless to say he said it was about the most radical vehicle with a "stock" motor that he's ever owned. He's owned quite a bit too.
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

Depending on what your truck looks like, I would definitely consider the trade. It's a very nice looking truck, especially for the age.

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Is this your truck, that you are considering trading for?





Looks like you have done a lot with your S10 man.....might be a tough choice.
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If you pick it up let me know, I work for Brothers Trucks, I sell a shit ton of parts for it.
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I would probably go for it
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

Quote: Originally Posted by slammed isuzu
Depending on what your truck looks like, I would definitely consider the trade. It's a very nice looking truck, especially for the age.

EDIT:

Is this your truck, that you are considering trading for?


Looks like you have done a lot with your S10 man.....might be a tough choice.
Yeah that's it... It's been a tough sell and I need to get rid of it but I'm not going to give it away. I really do like that C10 so still thinking things over. I'm going to try to go look at it over the weekend and get some photos of it.

Thanks everybody else for the knowledge and feedback
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Quote: Originally Posted by Got-20z
Yeah that's it... It's been a tough sell and I need to get rid of it but I'm not going to give it away. I really do like that C10 so still thinking things over. I'm going to try to go look at it over the weekend and get some photos of it.

Thanks everybody else for the knowledge and feedback

Your S10 is super nice man. Looks like a lot of time/money has been put into it. Like you said, you don't want to give it away. I'd def look that C10 over really well, and maybe ask for a few dollars thrown in with the C10 as well...
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

64's gonna be worth more than an S10 in the long run.
But yours is sweeeet.
If the 64 is rust free and solid, AND you feel like starting over .......
Old 05-04-2012, 11:23 PM   #19
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

Quote: Originally Posted by slammed isuzu
Your S10 is super nice man. Looks like a lot of time/money has been put into it. Like you said, you don't want to give it away. I'd def look that C10 over really well, and maybe ask for a few dollars thrown in with the C10 as well...
Thanks.. It has a ton of time and money in it as you would expect. I figured if I end up interested enough in it to see if he'd throw a little cash my way if he is firm on 5k.... I'm down to 6k on my s10.


Quote: Originally Posted by spike10
64's gonna be worth more than an S10 in the long run.
But yours is sweeeet.
If the 64 is rust free and solid, AND you feel like starting over .......
Thanks... Haven't really be looking for a new project but sometimes things come along and make you think.. especially if it is a good deal...
Old 05-07-2012, 12:39 PM   #20
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I would have to pass on the trade now that I see the dime. Those old trucks are $3-5k depending on condition
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

I wouldn't trade even if it was my truck.
Old 05-07-2012, 09:15 PM   #22
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I wouldn't trade... I'd sell that dime outright and spend some time searching for a decent c10 for half the price... use the extra cash to get the new project rolling.
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

I got a bone stock 62 (down to the 3 in the tree and oil bath cleaner) and a 64 cab, frame, and some sheetmetal that belonger to my grandfather. I need to get them out of the barn and work on but got too many projects now.
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Re: 1964 C10 Pickup

Check out 67-72chevytrucks.com, great site and they cover pretty much every year of Chevy truck.

IMHO, I wouldn't trade. I don't know what prices are like around you, but this body style of truck seems to go for $1500-3000. If the "all original" part is worth something to you, then cool, but if you just want a driver then there are better deals out there.
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