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c10king73’s 1973 Chevrolet Cheyenne

The Cheyenne

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  • Nov 12, 2013

Alright, so instead of doing a somewhat restoration of my 2wd Cheyenne, i recently decided i want to sell my 98 Silverado eventually to get rid of an  un-needed veh ... more

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Another c10king73 1973 Chevrolet Cheyenne post...
  • Nov 12, 2013

Ah yes, the wood bed. Im still not really sure if this is a rare unique feature or not. although i know i havent seen any others like this truck with a wood bed up here ... more

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  • Engine Size
    350
  • HP
    350
  • 0-60 Time
    N/A
  • Weight
    -1
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    320
  • Top Speed
    -1 mph
  • Exterior Color
    Green
  • Interior Color
    Black
  • Exterior & Accessories Truxedo Bedliner

    Date Installed
    Mar. 1, 2008

    Installed 03/01/2008

    uhg, went to an accesory shop to pick up the tonneaue cover i special ordered, n they told me that it was an item they had to Install, apparently their is a SPECIAL skill to tightening down clamps to hold the tonneau rails..whatever. so that was an extra $10 outa my wallet :P

  • Air & Fuel Delivery K&N Air Filter

    Date Installed
    Mar. 1, 2008

    Installed 03/01/2008

    Really? its an air filter. no skill required :P yes i did it all by myself haha

  • Engines & Components Edelbrock Valve Cover

    Date Installed
    Mar. 1, 2008

    Installed 03/01/2008

    Simple engine dress up, 8 bolts all together and its a basic 350 so you can actually get to them without worrying about any computer junk

  • Tires BFGoodrich Tires

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2005

    Installed 01/01/2005

    these wer already on the wheels

  • Mobile Electronics Pioneer Speakers

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2005

    Installed 01/01/2005

    bought 6x9 speakers and cut a gargantuous hole in both doors for em...of which now i regret doing, gonna have to get 2 new doors for when i do the restore now. Sounded good though lol

  • Air & Fuel Delivery Weiand Intake

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2007

    Installed 01/01/2007

    didnt get to participate in the engine swap/build-up on my pickup much simply cause of school and work :(

  • Ignitions & Electrical MSD Ignition

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2007

    Installed 01/01/2007

    missed out on the install on this too:(

  • Exhaust Hooker Header

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2007

    Installed 01/01/2007

    it was nice to lose the stock manifolds n give her a little better airflow, nothin fancy tho, they were only like 200 bucks

  • Exhaust Flowmaster Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Jan. 1, 2007

    Installed 01/01/2007

    This was also a very enjoyable install, dumped the ol redneck glasspacks n gave her an aggresive tone, buddy of mine and I did the install

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Comments (27)
  • ghettocowboy454
    When you restore your truck, are you going back original everything? Or are you going to customize it any? If you ever decide to customize the inside, for example: aluminum trim, let me know, because I would be 'very' interested in buying your woodgrain trim. I have been looking FOREVER for a parts truck or someone with a complete woodgrain trim(dash,doors,above glove box, steering wheel) out of any 1973-1976 pickup. Keep me posted if you ever decide to or know anyone with these items. By the way, I'm planning on maybe going for a 400 small block in my truck. Your truck would be sweet with a 454 in it. If you put it behind a 2.73:1 Rear Axle, and drove it good, you would get around 13-14 miles/gallon. Keep me posted. Take care. -Adam.
  • ghettocowboy454
    I have to say, for a long bed, that is a very sharp truck!!!! Looks like a trucker's weekend cruiser.
  • JohnyBeGood
    Hey, looks awesome man. It's gonna be one heck of an eye catcher when she's all shined up and running with that new engine.
  • ironclad454
    If properly built that 350 will run like a scolded dog. If you have questions there are links to a couple of really good forums that deal with customizing and restoring old chevy trucks on my Truck page. Im on both of them with the same handle.
  • ironclad454
    Thanks for your comments on my truck. I like what you've done so far, looks good. It looks really straight and not a whole lot of rust except for the little bit on the bed. I like that 2 tone combo also. Sounds like it was a good score. Looks like a TH350 auto trans, but what engine does it have?
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