This page is to illustrate the location and routing of the headlight wiring harness.
This page illustrates the placement of the dual horns and voltage regulator.
This page illustrates the routing of the A/C receiver-drier and condenser hard lines.
This page illustrates the location of the windshield washer fluid reservoir on the driver-side fender.
This page illustrated the routing of the heater hoses from the engine to the heater core and back. From This C10 Links to Other C10s http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/showthread.php?t=663479
The bed was rebuilt with a new reproduction bed floor during the Body Prep phase. From the very beginning of the restoration, it was decided to paint the bottom of the bed in the body’s main color (Medium Green). The wheel wells would also be painted in the same color. Research was done on how […]
Though the inside of the doors had already been painted, the bottom of the doors needed massaging in order for the doors to close correctly. The fenders had no dents, but received attentions to make them look great. Fenders Doors
This page illustrates the placement of the two paint colors on two tone trucks. There is variation, most likely some are factory correct and others are deviations during repaints. The first pictures are of trucks brochures. The second set of pictures are of trucks that look like they may not have been repainted. The third […]
The cab at this point is only part of the truck still on the frame. The interior, frame, engine compartment is covered and taped. A special spray on soap has been sprayed over the truck before covering and taping so that any overspray that lands on the frame, undercarriage, engine, etc. will wash off easily. […]
After about ten years since any paint had been put on the body, it was time to buy the materials. The paint used for the cab was PPG BC Global. The color was Medium Green PPG code 528. The original can still contained liquid, even after being stored merciless in an Arizona garage for ten […]