John Hotchkis’ 1969 Chevy C10

January 10, 2015

The great John Hotchkis talks about the whodunnit of putting vintage race cars back together and his company’s new line of Mustang parts and sway bars. Then we look at the “Fine Dime,” a 1969 Chevy C10 outfitted with a full Hotchkis suspension kit and a 370 hp LS-1 motor.

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Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana

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  1. Roy

    Adam was talking about old government vehicles- I work for the Forest Service and our rigs are sold off after about 75k miles (sounds low if you don ‘t know about the kind of dirt roads we drive). They go cheap at auction and are nice (looking) with a cheap paint job. But some locals buy them and keep the psle green paint and the faded old badge location on the door. great beater American trucks and Jeeps. pretty common in the foothills of the Sierra.

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