It came standard with a three-speed manual transmission, while Powerglide and the Hydra-matic transmissions were available as optional upgrades. Bedliner is sprayed Black, wiper arms are polished. The frame was completely sandblasted and black powder coated. Fender wells and fire wall are painted black gloss. The year 1968 marked the 50th anniversary of Chevrolet's first manufactured trucks. We believe in what we build.
All door seals in the window seals were replaced as well as vent windows were completely rebuilt and powder coated. Side-marker reflectors were added to all fenders this year. Extras: Bottom of the cab and all inside of exterior panels were lined with protective black bedliner spray to combat road rash. All installation kits include detailed, step-by-step instructions, no special tools are required, and every system is backed by the best tech-support in the industry. Factory in-bed spare tire carrier powder coated and placed in original driver-side location.
The C10 came equipped with the 1968 Chevy big block engine with a displacement of 402 cubic inches. The truck wheels were balanced and truck was aligned and drives as it should without any shakes or vibrations. Completely new Painless Wiring harness system throughout entire truck front to back. This engine came standard with a mechanical cooling fan and Chevrolet cylinder heads. The vehicle was also equipped with 2. In 1968 one of the most noticeable changes was the small rear window was no longer available. This engine was capable of producing 155 horsepower at 4,200 rpm and a torque of 235 pound-feet at 1,600 rpm.
The C60 came equipped with a Chevrolet 350 engine. We have you covered with those used 1968 Chevrolet pickup truck door panels, door arm rests, inner and outer fenders, doors, hoods, and much more. The 4 core aluminum radiator with built-in transmission cooler keeps this truck consistently under 180 degrees even in heavy traffic. All bushings, hardware and seals were replaced. You can locate all of these parts and more on our. New door handles, side marker lights, dual chrome mirrors with turn signal built in.
The engine came equipped with eight cylinders that formed a V-shaped design. The engine boasted a V-shaped design with eight cylinders that were evenly distributed. We have some parts in stock that have not been listed yet. Chucksee built and owned completed 2015 frame off restoration 1968 Chevy c10 shortbed pickup show truck. New black dash pad, gauge cluster painted silver with factory gauges.
Visit our website at www. The 402 was a V8 engine. By using separate coils we improve the cooling and heating capacity of the total system. It had a 4-inch bore and a 3. Trust Ecklers for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your truck, racer, show car, street rod, or daily driver. You can also customize your kit from a wide variety of optional louvers, and we have lots of engine compartment upgrades available. Vintage Air keeps this luxury cabin cool in the harshest Florida summer heat.
As the name suggests, the displacement of the motor was 350 cubic inches. If you are seeking something that is not listed, please submit a. You can use your smart phone to play any music you like on the sound system. Infrared clear window tint was done to the rear big back window to mitigate heat from entering the cab. The engine served as Chevy's smallest small block engine until 1972 and had a displacement of 307 cubic inches. Each kit comes with detailed, easy-to-follow installation instructions and mounting template.
The news engines offered were a 5L, 310 horse power V8 and a 6. Our system is engineered specifically to use our supplied Direct Electronic Replacement Controller D. Every component was chosen for its superior design and quality rather than a low cost. The air conditioning connects to new supplied vents and the defrost connects to new supplied defrost diffusers. This truck was completely restored with the closest attention to detail to preserve its 1968 original showroom presence. Bucket seats done in Black interior that look new and are power. We have all the parts and accessories you need to help restore your 1968 Chevy, at the best prices! New gas cap, front and rear bumpers.
The grill is good, new emblems, new antenna. Not Just Aftermarket Air Conditioning! Entire cab was insulated from noise and harsh temperatures with dynamat. The focus of most of the trucks released in 1968 was to use smaller-displacement engines and squeeze out the maximum amount of power possible. We are the one stop shop for 1968 Chevy Pickup truck parts. New door handles, new window cranks, new black sun visors, new rear-view mirror, new seat belts. It was capable of producing a maximum of 200 horsepower at 4,600 rpm.