United Pacific produces C10 pickup panels

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Working on a Chevrolet C10 restoration project such as this 1968 model? New sheetmetal panels are available

Need new sheetmetal for your Chevrolet C10 restoration project? United Pacific Industries has announced the production of a variety of metal panels for the popular pickup truck.

“The lineup includes a Shortbed Bedside Panel for 1968-72 Chevy & GMC Fleetside Trucks, Bed Floor Pan and Tailgate with GMC script for 1967-72 Chevy & GMC Fleetside shortbed trucks. A blank tailgate will be available soon,” the company said.

Bedside body panel

The long- and short-bed panels are produced in “high-quality 20-gauge steel and… stamped with all of the original contours and detailing,” the company added.

“The panels come with a spot welded 17-gauge inner liner and includes the rubber tailgate bumpers. These unique panels also feature welded threaded nut inserts for the wheel well, tailgate, pivot trunnion, striker, tailgate support and have side marker cutouts that can be used on 1968-72 trucks.

“UPI’s Bed Floor Pan for the 1967-72 Chevy & GMC Fleetside shortbed truck is stamped with all of the original contour details in high-quality 18-gauge floor panels with spot welded heavy 14-gauge crossmembers. The floor panel features precision punched mounting holes for easy bed front, bed side, and wheel well installation.”

There’s also a GMC script tailgate for 1967-72 GMC Fleetside trucks.

United Pacific also produces lighting, bumpers, mirrors, window, door and C10 accessories. For more information, visit the company website.

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Pickup bed floor panel
A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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