Dan's Garage
      Collectable & Restorable Chevrolet & GM cars, trucks, & parts from the 40's to the 80's

508 E. Bruneau Ave.     Kennewick, WA 99336
E-mail:        (509) 586-2579 
Tuesday - Friday 10-6       Saturday 10-3       Closed Sunday & Monday

 

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Chevy Truck

C/K is the name commonly used for Chevrolet (and GMC's) full-size pickup truck line from 1960 until 1999 in the United States -- C indicated two-wheel drive and K four-wheel drive. In 1960, C/K trucks were available in smooth "Fleetside" or fendered "Stepside" versions. (Called "Wideside" and "Fenderside on GMCs.)  There's a little bit if everything at Dan's Garage.

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1963 Chevy Longbed 1963 Chev Longbed, 6 cyl 4 speed, complete, original body a little rough engine runs. $1,500  n-511  1952 Chev One ton short wheelbase, 216 1952 Chev One ton short wheelbase, 216, Granny 4 speed, correct 18 " wheels, super original. $1,750   n-505  
       
1939 Chev 1/2 ton pickup 1939 Chev 1/2 ton pickup, complete and original down to the 1939 Chev Deluxe underdash heater and the hard to find Chevrolet script tailgate. On the other side of the coin, this old truck has been nearly farmed to death!! I cut off the pipe racks and tow bar but left the period flat bar fender repairs so as not to disrupt the patina and weather burnished finish. Probably make a great display item for a country store or farmers market left just like it is.  $2,750   n-506  1976 Chev one ton flatbed with electric Hydraulic dump and remote control. 1976 Chev one ton flatbed with electric Hydraulic dump and remote control.   454 engine , Turbo 400, tilt, Rough and rusty but it still runs and dumps. $1,750  n-492
       
Chev C-20 Cheyenne Camper Special Truck Chev C-20 Cheyenne Camper Special Truck, 454, Turbo 400, Factory A/C , tilt, Camper Special package. One owner w/ 80 some thousand miles. Straight body w/ typical bed side rust, nice clean interior. $1,650  n-489 1968 Chev C-10 1/2 ton long bed truck,

1968 Chev C-10 1/2 ton long bed, 307 V-8, 4 spd truck trans, not running, 90% complete  $1,250  n-475

Sorry, this one is sold!

       
1968 Chevy Truck - 3/4 Ton Special

1968 Chevy 3/4 ton Camper Special  327 4 speed, power brakes and steering. Runs good, bad exhaust, no brakes  $1,500  n-282

1968 Chev C-10 1/2 ton truck, long bed
1968 Chev C-10  1/2 ton truck, long bed 250 6 cyl 3 speed manual on column. Straight, original, will run  $1,350 n-470

Sorry, this one is sold! 

       
1966 Chev 20 series 3/4 ton pickup 1964 Chev 20 series 3/4 ton pickup, 350 V-8 4 speed manual ran good a few years ago. Straight, minimal rust.   $1,350  n-454
1951 Chev 0ne ton flatbed
1951 Chev one-ton flatbed, no engine or trans but has homemade V-8 motormounts. Original 18 wheels very restorable old truck.  $1,200
n-452
Sorry, this one is sold!
       
1975 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton

1975 Chevrolet truck - 1/2 ton, short box stepside, 250, 6 cylinder, P/S,P/B, runs good, complete and straight, $1,800.00  n-265

1976 Chevrolet Blazer

1976 Chev K5 Blazer  350 4 speed w/Cheyenne package. Super straight, nearly rust free, not running    $1,500  n-352

Sorry, this one is sold!

       
1967 Chev 3/4 ton 1967 Chevy truck, 3/4 ton flatbed stake, rare factory bed w/ replacement racks, no engine or trans  $1,350  n-322
 1956 Chevy 3/4 ton wrecker

1956 Chevy 3/4 ton wrecker - Local landmark! Nostalgic rebuilder for repair shop advertising.  $1,200 n-180

       
1958 Chev 1/2 ton 4x4

1958 Chev 1/2 ton - 4x4 conversion (mock up) It's a 58 cab and nose with a 1980 short box step side bed sitting on a  lifted 76 Blazer 4x4 chassis. no engine but has 4 speed trans, transfer case, differentials, drive shafts etc  Has clean title for 58 chev truck  You build , You finish  $1,500  n-213

Sorry, this one is sold!

1969 Chev 3-door Suburban

1969 Chev 3-door Suburban 1/2 ton, no engine or trans, super straight, excellent rust free body. Hatch and gate, power steering and brakes   $2,500  n-214

       

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