Project Hay Hauler, the 1967 GMC truck that Scott Liggett has owned for several years, is one that has come a long way here on BANGshift.com, but this here is the biggest transformation yet! What started out as a plan to repair the rusted out rockers, floors, and cab corners, which are rusty on most of these 67-72 C10s, quickly escalated. Why? Oh that’s simple.
You see, Scott, aka Rebeldryver’s Garage, spends his days working on hot rods, muscle cars, and classic trucks at his day job. This is where he was planning to do some of the metal work on the ’67 but then it snowballed when his boss got excited and convinced Scott that this thing needed to be a short bed instead. It was a ton of work, but man this thing is nice now. I mean really nice. The metal work was done great, the entire body came off the chassis and the chassis was not only shortened but then fully restored as well. And the bottom of this truck is covered in paint-matched Raptor Liner which means it is durable and good looking. You really have to check it out to understand how far this thing has come.
Check it out.
We take our 67 GMC C15 long bed pickup and convert it to a short bed in the process of restoring of our Project Hay Hauler truck. This will also work on your 1967, 1968. 1969, 1970, 1971, or 1972 GMC or Chevy C10 trucks. No kit was involved. Just measuring, cutting, and welding the frame and chassis. Then we cut down the original bed sides.