Rusty but Rare 1976 Chevy K10 Sport Truck Revival!

Rusty and Worn 1976 Chevy Sport Truck

The GM squarebody trucks produced between 1973 and 1991 are known for their longevity and popularity. They were produced in large numbers, and there is a significant aftermarket for these trucks. Even clapped-out trucks, like this rare ‘Sport’ K10 Stepside version, can be restored with enough time and effort.

Kevin from Junkyard Digs originally acquired the truck with plans to restore it, but later decided to give it to Dalton, the guy behind Pole Barn Garage on YouTube. Kevin believed that Dalton, who had previously revived a severely damaged 1970 Pontiac GTO, was the best person to give the truck to for restoration.

Dalton noted that the Internet has declared this 1976 Chevy K10 Sport Stepside as “unrestorable”. Well, for starters, Kevin and Dalton got this old squarebody running and driving for the first time in 20+ years…

The “Silver Dollar Chevy” Revival Begins

Dalton has dubbed the truck the “Silver Dollar Chevy”, and feels that she wants to live. In the initial installment from Pole Barn Garage, Dalton gives the truck a good looking over, clean out and tune-up, and, well, Pole Barn Garage happens…

’79 Chevy Farm Truck is Sacrificed to Save the ‘Rare ’76 Stepside Chevy K10

Clearly, this hurts Dalton deeply, but he is dismantling and parting out his beloved ’79 Chevy K-10 farm truck for a parts donor for the 1976 Chevy K10 Sport truck project. This old square-body truck has been a workhorse for years and served as the Engine Puller 9000, but her organs and other parts will help revive the ’76 squarebody truck — Rest In Pieces…

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