Morrison adds 1967-72 Chevy C10 Chassis to their GT Sport lineup
Art Morrison Enterprises has added the 1967-72 Chevy C10 chassis to the every-growing roster of vehicles that its bolt-in GT Sport chassis are available for — which now numbers a dozen applications. AME’s engineering team employed 3D digital scanning technology to ensure a perfect fit and other computer applications to develop an integrated chassis package that improves handling, ride and stance.
Made with rigid 2” x 6” .180” wall main frame rails, the chassis uses FEA-optimized braces to ensure a stiff platform. As the chassis features 3” passageways to route the exhaust, it’s designed to provide 5-6” of ground clearance with nothing protruding below and the bottom of the oil pan is flush with frame.
AME’s GT Sport chassis for the C10 comes with a 9” rear end with a triangulated 4-bar suspension and coil-over shocks.
It can be ordered with a Multi-Link I.R.S. or an air spring suspension. Up front are Wilwood forged aluminum spindles, TIG-welded tubular steel control arms and an adjustable sway bar. Coil-over shocks or an air suspension are available options. A new steering rack with a billet aluminum steering arm provides near-zero bump steer and no slop. A 62.5” front tread width facilitates the proper scrub geometry while allowing for the use of dished wheels.
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