December 16, 2021

1969 Chevrolet C10

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The 1969 Chevrolet C10 is part of the C/K series of trucks that were manufactured by General Motors for over four decades. The C/K line, which included vehicles marketed under the Chevrolet and GMC brands, was comprised of pickup trucks, chassis-cab trucks, medium-duty trucks, and full-size SUVs. The C/K series was a direct competitor to the Ford F-Series and Dodge Ram pickup trucks.

The “C” in the name referred to two-wheel drive models, while “K” designated four-wheel drive models. The C/K series underwent four generations, with the second-generation known as the “Action Line” and the third-generation as the “Rounded Line.” The fourth generation saw GMC adopt the Sierra nameplate, while the C/K nameplate continued as an internal model code.

General Motors Brazil produced versions of the C/K series for South America from 1964 to 2001, including models for Brazil, Argentina, and Chile. The second-generation C/K, introduced in 1967, underwent several changes and improvements, with a redesigned body and new features that made it suitable for both work and personal use.

Throughout its production, the C/K series underwent changes to its drivetrain, including the addition of a large-block V8 engine in 1968. After 1969, GM switched to using only Chevrolet-produced engines for C/K pickup trucks. At Texoma Classics, we have experience restoring and maintaining classic trucks like the Chevrolet C10, ensuring that these vehicles remain roadworthy and beautiful for years to come.


We will be installing a new wiring harness and gauges to the truck. Also, we will be replacing wheel studs and brakes. The transmission will go from automatic to a 3-speed column shift.

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We have taken the rims off to diagnose the brake issues.

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Installing all new studs and brakes.

Working on installing the new wiring harness under the dash.

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