Full sized Chevrolet pickup trucks from 1960 until 1998 will either be a “C” designation-for the one or two wheel drive units or a “K” for the 4 wheel drive versions. The factory power options in 1963 are a choice of 6-six cylinder versions with the largest a 305 cu in (5.0 L) V6. The V8 engines on the table were either the 283 or the 327 small blocks. Transmission choices from the factory included a two speed automatic or two fully sychromesh standards, a 3 speed and a 4 speed.
The truck imaged here has a 350 CID V8 bored to 60 thousandths over along with a number of performance options including Hooker headers and an Edelbrock intake. The transmission is a TH350 automatic with an added shift kit.
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