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This 1966 Chevrolet C10 short bed is a project I've been working on for nine years, through high school, college, and beyond. In today's episode, you see the whole restoration from start to finish. This Chevy truck started as a body filler ridden clunker, and through hundreds of hours of work and thousands of dollars, it is looking like a brand new truck. I learned how to weld, do body work, replace parts, fabricate, and paint on this truck. Do I recommend someone to do a full, no expense spared DIY restoration on a classic vehicle? Probably not, unless you're willing to commit a ton of time and money to the project.
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