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The 1968 GMC C10 48-Hour Build by RideTech was auctioned to the highest bidder Sunday

RideTech ’48-Hour C10’ Crosses the Block

*See additional images in the photo gallery below

Right on schedule, the 1968 GMC C10 48-Hour Build was finished Sunday by the RideTech build team in time for the truck to be auctioned at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale, Arizona mega-event.

The RideTech team on Sunday drove the truck onto the lift and installed the exhaust. Once that was finished, the team from Adam's Polishes made the build shine like a jewel. 

The build team then installed the trim pieces that were removed when prepping for the wrap and detailing, and for the first time could stand back to admire their work.

One lucky buyer also enjoyed the RideTech team’s work…to the tune of a successful $82,500 bid for the truck at auction.

The 48-Hour Build saw a base truck transformed in front of live audiences at Barrett-Jackson’s new DIY Pavalion. The customized truck includes upgraded Forgeline wheels, BFG tires, Baer brakes, Fitech EFI, No Limit Engineering fuel tank, Currie crate rear end, Vintage Air air conditioning, Classic Instruments gauges, KICKER audio system, C&R radiator, American Autowire wiring and a new RideTech StreetGrip suspension.

Steve Davis visits the RideTech 48-Hour Build at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale