RideTech’s 48-Hour C10 Is Going Together LIVE At Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale!


RideTech’s 48-Hour C10 Is Going Together LIVE At Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale!

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LIVE BUILD OF THE RIDETECH 48 HOUR C10 STARTING AT 10AM PACIFIC, 1PM EASTERN

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That’s right folks, the Ridetech 48-Hour Build is going truck style and hitting the road! Starting this Saturday, and for approximately 6 hours per day, you’ll be able to watch the Ridetech 48-Hour C10 go together LIVE right here at BANGshift.com. Their plan is to provide full live streaming video, and if the internet gods will cooperate out there at the show then that is exactly what you’ll get. There are tons of parts, pieces, and people involved in this build, but ultimately it’s about the fun and excitement of doing it at Barrett-Jackson LIVE. Can you believe it? We’re super stoked and excited! We’ll be there for the start of the entire thing, so tune in.

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Smooth Hood Moves With Ringbrothers Hinges

Lift your under-the-hood appeal with the best hood hinges on the market, from Ringbrothers!  A direct replacement for stock hinges, these top-quality hinges require no modification for your application and are machined from durable 6061-T6 billet aluminum for uncompromising performance.  Ringbrothers hood hinges are available in two styles, two finishes, and for fiberglass or steel […]

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American Autowire Makes Wiring THAT Easy

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Classic Instruments Makes Gauges Fun

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Stop That Truck with Baer Brakes

The folks at Baer Brakes pride themselves on building world-class braking systems for a wide variety of applications, and their products are always at the top of our list when we’re upgrading ANY car or truck!  For this build, we’ll be outfitting the C10 with the Pro+ 14″ system in the front, consisting of […]

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No Limit Engineering Bolt-In Fuel Tank

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Stunning Wheels By Forgeline

The Forgeline ML3C Concave Series wheel borrows styling references from the Minilite Trans Am wheels of the late 1960s & early 1970s. With ten semi-rounded soft-sided spokes for a retro look, the ML3C hearkens back to the golden age of racing, while delivering modern technology and performance. The ML3C is built with true forged 6061-T6 […]

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KICKER Provides The Tunes

Once again, Kicker has stepped up to the plate with one of the sweetest products we’ve ever seen!  The Kicker KMC10 Media Center unit comes with AM/FM and Weather Band radio, but that’s just the beginning of the adventure!  We’ll be able to stream Bluetooth audio, use a thumb drive, or connect a smartphone with the […]

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4 thoughts on “RideTech’s 48-Hour C10 Is Going Together LIVE At Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale!

  1. AndyB

    Yeah. That’s exactly what I want: A vehicle that’s been assembled in 48 hours.

    I wonder if you pay extra these days, if it’s possible to have good work done instead of “HEYBECAREFULTHEPAINTSSTILLWET!”?

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  2. Lynn Minthorne

    How many weeks did they spend on the details of the build prior to getting the parts ordered and ready for day one ???

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