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Behind The Scenes:
Premier Street Rod’s All-New, All-Inclusive Prototype 1967-1972 C10 Cab!
BY Rob Fortier Photography By The Author
Without a bed, a classic truck isn’t really much of a truck … but without a cab, a classic truck isn’t really much of anything!

When it comes to both the Advance Design (1947-1953) and Task Force (1955 Second Series through 1959) Chevrolet 1/2-ton pickups, you can literally build one from scratch using all-new sheetmetal. In conjunction with LMC Truck, Premier Street Rod has done all the hard work already … including the licensing! Now, Premier’s in the process of adding the 1967-1972 C10 cab to their line of reproduction/ restoration truck cabs.

Once again brought to you by the fine folks at LMC Truck, Premier Street Rod will soon be offering the second-generation 1967-1972 Chevy/GMC cab in both big- and small-window variations, big- and low-hump, A/C and non-A/C—all custom built to order. Each cab will come complete with OE-specific cowl, dash, and doors, just as the prototype we managed to get these preview images of illustrates.

We’re super excited for Premier’s latest offering to the classic truck market to be released. To find out how and when you can get your hands on your very own, don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and call them today or visit online any time.

Be sure to tell them Classic Truck Performance sent you!

Incomplete Truck
Group working on truck
Front view of the incomplete truck
Front view of truck with roof put on
Frame of truck on its side
Interior of the truck
Closer look at the front of the truck
Side view of truck with no door
Door placed on truck
Side of truck with door placed


Premier Street Rod
1100 N. Lake Havasu Ave.,
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
(800) 447-5000