That is only because they are so cool and represent an era we love. It seems we here at Junkyard Life have gone a bit C-10 crazy. Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch Junkyard Life staffer Keith Lively hauled the treasure truck home. We love this truck — a 1976 Scottsdale Sport. The original owner reported that the truck sat on the lot of Sutherlin Chevrolet in Pell City, Alabama for six months.
If you have an old car in your yard, chances are we've met. Stay tuned as we make progress on the new Junkyard Life parts hauler. A gearhead whose imagination revs to redline when hunting old cars and parts. Oh, and don't forget the bullet hole in the hood. It is Electro Deposit Primer coated for durability and 500 to 1000 hours salt-sprayed tested for rust protection. Maybe, that's why the wife wanted to get rid of the old truck? Replacement Direct Fit Tailgate is machined from heavy-gauge steel. Getting some respectable rubber under those fat rear fenders is a top priority.
That must have been one nice Chevelle! Buckle up and hang on, because Ron, a. What is a Keith Lively to do? Classic Industries offers 1976 Chevrolet Truck Truck Bed Components, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Stepside Bed Sides - Full, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Bed Sides - Partial, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Running Boards, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Side Steps, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Patch Panels, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Front Bed Panel, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Stake Pocket Repair Panel, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Bed Floor Panel, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Stepside Rear Fender, 1976 Chevrolet Truck Fiberglass Bed Side, and 1976 Chevrolet Truck Rear Bed Corner. According to the original owner, he traded a 1968 Chevelle for it and not a lot if any money. Well, fifteen minutes after being unloaded, it was running again. Dibs often come through for people like Keith. Junkyard Life staffer Keith Lively is that nice guy you know who makes friends with ease.
Sometimes things just work right. He strapped a small fuel jug to the grill, routed the fuel pump lines, checked fluids looked great , added a hot battery and cranked that baby right up! Keith found a fuel delivery issue and to test his theory, he gave it a Junkyard Life solution. Remember the inoperable status and how the original owner just wanted to see it run again? He finally got the call to come make an offer on the truck. But we would have thought it was considering the odd combination of options. Stripes that once appeared over the tops of the front and rear fenders have disappeared. Stripes all around even on the tailgate of the 1976 Chevy Sport truck. If that is true, Junkyard Life surmises that they must have had a terrible sales team in the truck department.
He feeds his passion for dilapidated Detroit iron by writing, photographing and sharing his adventures. Goodies found in glovebox include red panties, mardi gras beads and a motel matchbook. Scottsdale was a trim level above the base model Chevy trucks. Amazing what some soap, elbow grease and determination can do to a junky ride. We can only image it's a great story. The old external fuel tank trick used to bypass clogged fuel lines and trash that may be in gas tank that has been sitting for decades. While we order parts and rack our brains, read the fun facts of this truck and the rock and roll decadent life it led prior to being parked.
It is Electro Deposit Primer coated for durability and 500 to 1000 hours salt-sprayed tested for rust protection. A really odd-optioned, one-owner refugee from the best our opinion era ever! Before the cleanup began this was a down and dirty truck. Heat only, no air, manual brakes. More than enough evidence to convict this as the party truck. Oddly it is optioned with a Quadra-jet topped 350, a manual three-speed transmission, manual brakes, no air conditioning and a 3. But wait, what did we find in the glovebox?.
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It does have the expected rust issues, but mechanically is rather sound. New paint and some trim rings are on the parts list. Red panties, Mardi Gras beads and a hotel matchbook. See you at the junkyard. It appears it was shot from a higher point. Now factor in the set of Rally wheels, power steering and analog gauges to go with that eye popping exterior. I sell my junk to pay for more car parts and food for the family.