1963 Pro Street Chevy C10 Pickup

Scott Farrell's 1963 Chevy Pick UpScott Farrell's 1963 Chevy Pick Up
 I did the above header back in about 1999. It blended into the background. I decided to just keep in and add it to this page.

  Wow! They Blink! How'd he do that?  

2010 - Anyone seen this truck or know the whereabouts of it, I'd like to hear about it.
I sold this back in 2001 and just wondering what happened to it.

The below links are OLD. Some work some do not. I did this back in about 2000 and just left it the way it was.

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I bought this truck back in 1989 as a stepside from my brother-in-law. Since then, I have done quite a bit of work including adding the short-bed fleetside bed which is rust free. I bought a clean tailgate and added a new front panel. This is a frame-up truck which was completed in '95. It has very low miles since completion. It rides low, and straight. It also has 4 wheel power disc brakes. This is a *great* cruising-show truck. I take it out about once every 3 weeks. Been to the Street Machine Nationals, Slamfest and other shows. It is an all metal truck except for the front fenders (I still have the original metal one's stored in a shed! Even thought this truck was completed in '95, this truck still looks *EXCELLENT*. I am an auto painter by trade. I did all the paintwork, so this is very quality job.

 

I am located in the Clearwater, Florida area.

Name Scott Farrell
State Florida
Year,Make,Model 1963 Chevy C10 Pick Up
Color My own formula (designed 1993) -BASF Glasurit 54 Line. I just call it purple pearl.
Engine 1974 Chevy 454
Engine Features 1967 427 Closed chamber, oval ports, 2.19-1.88 valves. Stock rods, ARP bolts. TRW 2399 Forged pistons. Complete Comp Cam drivetrain, 292, .560 lift, Mallory unilite Dis., Coil and MSD in Glove Box, Pete Jackson Gear Drive, Polished Alum Team-G manifold, polished ball-milled valve covers, timing chain cover & air cleaner. Low mount Alternator. All wires are hidden except spark plug wires, No air, no heater, no PS
Transmission Turbo 350
Trans Features 10" B&M Converter, Steel Sprag
Rearend Ford 9" narrowed 20", 4.57 Gears, Traction Loc.
Suspension Features 4 Wheel disc., Front susp. 1979 C10 spindles calipers, rotors. Rear suspension-Chassis Engineering set-up that includes Alum coil-overs, and ladder bas suspension, Master cylinder is a 1986 C10
Tires Front-Thin!  Rear-33X19.5 Sportsmans
Rims 15X4, 15X14 Rears Convo Pros-3 3/8" BS on rear
Interior Seats-Pontiac Grand Am center seat is made out of 1"X1" tubing, custom console with B&M Ratchet shifter, Custom polished alum guage panel that is ball milled. Gauges are all Auto Meter 2/3/8" (oil,water,fuel,volts) and a Monster Tach with shift light. Complete interior is covered on two-toned tweed. There are no seatbelts.
Custom door panels with Mustang armrests. power windows work perfect using ford pw motors. This truck also does not have air.
Bed Interior of bed is done with thin Aluminum that is Slightly bead rolled, very few rivets are shown. Center panel is removable for access to shocks and rearend. Bed done by Guido's Specialties (Clr. Fl (813) 538-9108). Polished by owner.
The picture below is before the tail gate was put on.
I posted another photo  
Other Features and Info 2 1/2" Flowmaster exhaust with Ceramic coated headers. Truck has been lowered 8", but still rides nice.

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This photo is a close up of the reflection of a camaro that was parked close to the truck. This really shows how flat the paint job is. I took this shot off the left door.



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door panels

VERY COOL RIDE! I HAVE A 64 AND I'M UNDECIDED WHAT TO DO ABOUT DOOR PANELS. DONT GET A GOOD LOOK AT YOURS BUT WHAT I SEE IS INTERESTING. ANY HELP?

Thanks...

I plan on putting the original door panels on, then having full door panels custom made out of leather or something like that.Not positive on that yet