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and outside mirrors .It had an inline 6 cylinder engine with 3 speed manual transmission.Three on the tree as the old school would say .Some years later,he change the motor and dropped a small block 283  in and had it painted maroon. Years past ,Paul joined the marine Corps in 1990 and returned home in 1994,his grandfather was still driving the truck.

       1995,his grandfather parked the truck to get later model .Another Chevy truck of course .It was getting hard  to use the clutch and steer as he was getting older. Paul thought ,here's my opportunity to ask for the truck .

     The day Paul asked his grandfather for the truck ,he was the happiest grand father in Laurens county. He told Paul that a lot of people were asking and offering to buy his 66'chevy and he turned down everyone . He also told Paul that he wanted to keep the truck in the family and was waiting on one of his grand kids to ask for it....... Paul asked and he received .The truck was in good shape.

   Paul drove the truck for a few years before starting to restore it . Once the restoration began ,Paul would take the truck to show his grand father everything he was doing .Paul has had it painted a ruby red in color with Rhino bed liner ,dropped a small block 350 with a aluminum intake ,4 barrel Holley carburetor, headers with a nice lumpy cam that flows through the  dual flow master exhaust  that was change from the old glass pack from the past. He recently change the transmission to a 700R that turns the rear 15 x10" mag wheels and tires. Chrome bumpers and grill was added also.

      Paul grandfather is 98 years old and  has a  birthday in September ,he loves what Paul has done with the truck .

As a kid growing up ,Paul always loved it when his grandfather came around in his  fleetside shortbed 1966 Chevy10 truck.It was Chevy orange with white bumpers ,grille

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