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Bitchin' S-10 Project

This truck belonged to Hal Friedline, my father-in-law and is now owned by my wife. Bryan and I have started the restoration on the truck to dump a small block into it and give it a new life. This section follows along while we restore this truck.

Bitchin' S-10 Project

  1. Bitchin' S10 Project Part 1 Moving The Truck Into The Garage

    Every project starts with a first step, and the first step of the Bitchin' S-10 project is getting it into the garage. This is a short video where Bryan and I (Tony) pull and push the S-10 into the garage. Many more videos to come on this project...
  2. Bitchin' S10 Project Part 2 Cleaning Out The Bed

    This is part 2 of the Bitchin' S-10 Project. In this video, I clean out the bed to get it ready to take off the truck. This was the time when I stressed my back beyond what it could handle. Shortly after this video, I went into the garage to do a...
  3. Bitchin' S10 Project Part 3 Removing The Bed

    At this time, my back was in bad shape. Bryan did most of the work and I mainly held the camera while taking the bed off. Thankfully, I had my tractor to help lift the bed off of the frame. If it wasn't for the tractor, I'm not sure we could have...
  4. Bitchin' S10 Project Part 4 Removing The Front Clip

    By this time, I pretty much couldn't hardly move and had to do even less work than I did when removing the bed. I still did some work on the truck removing parts, but mainly getting all of those busted blind nuts off! I'm not sure where this...
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