614 E. Auto Center Dr.
The value price will instantly attract you to this 1965 Chevrolet C10. And as you look at the V8 power classic details, and beautiful real lumber in the truck bed, you can see that the whole car is irresistible.
The teal green is a good classic color you'd expect on a 1960s machine. It has the look of an update later in life, and so there's a nice overall shine of a good classic. You can see other investments in places that add both style and function, like the newer headlights and an attractive set of polished 15-inch alloys. Plus, the bright chrome front end, full-length trim, and long bed that gives you more space to admire the attractive real wood all make for a quality classic presentation.
The interior has a ton of vintage style while still remaining comfortable. For example, the bench seat coordinates with the interior gray, but it offers plenty of padding and a cool/custom bow tie stitching in the seatback. The dash has the right stock look, right down to the AM radio that's still on display. The steering wheel has a great classic feeling with the well-worn texture of the workmen who used this truck before you. But the upgraded Hurst shifter has a long throw to make shifting easy.
Under the hood is a year-correct 283 cubic inch V8. There have been investments in fundamentals like updated hoses and ignition. Plus, there's added pep from a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. It makes for a strong-running package that also makes a proper V8 tune from the dual exhaust. The three-speed manual transmission gives you full control of this package. Plus, there are desirable features, like modern Michelin tires and the C10's comfortable trailing arm rear suspension.
This is true classic style offered for quite a nice price. So you know you don't want to let this C10 slip away, call today!
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