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Magazine: Truck Builder (June 2007)
SSBC product: 1970 Chevy C-10 project truck

SSBC is Totally Showing Off With This Chevy
There are SEMA vehicles, and then there are SEMA vehicles. Do you want an explanation? Okay, all SEMA vehicles are built to show off a company’s part, but some vehicles are “built” with only that part on it and are otherwise stock. While we won’t say that these vehicles are totally a waste of time—some have shown a great deal of imagination—for the most part they don’t capture our attention, nor are they what you would consider to be mainstream vehicles. But there are those “other” SEMA vehicles, which are full-on customs that include an array of the company’s parts, as well as a great deal of creativity. These vehicles, by comparison, are just what we want to see, and consequently are the vehicles we find ourselves taking pictures of. This sweet 1970 Chevy C10 from the stables of Stainless Steel Brakes Corporation (SSBC), is one of those trucks built right, and it is firmly in the latter camp ... click here for the rest of the article