614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Here's a cool classic offered for an affordable price. This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is a great way to fulfill your love for the great American vintage pickup.
This truck has an instant presence. The turquoise green is a great 1960s-style classic color. But what really makes this appealing is the subtle two-tone you get from the white roof and the white streak that starts in the doors and runs the full profile to really showcase the stylish bed setup. The shining bumpers, wide grille, and trim really amplify the classic attitude. And this one is quite complete, right down to the Custom side trim running up the pillar of the cab. It even has a touch of streetwise style with the color-matched Rally wheels, wide tires, and lowered suspension. Plus, the durable black paint and diamond plate floor in the bed all prove that this classic is still ready for chores.
The interior is pure vintage truck all the way. The dash, steering wheel, rubber floor mats, and more all seem quite stock and untouched. So some of you may be thinking about how the value price leaves room in the budget to give this your own personal style. That's absolutely true. But there are also some of us who already like how the feel of the steering wheel instantly puts us in connection with all the generations that came before us.
Everyone can tell this is an exceptionally honest engine bay, and so you'll be happy to tell them that the 230 cubic-inch inline-six is believe to be original. It's all part of this truck's honest classic style. That's why you even have the old-school column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. It even feels good out on the road with the wider tires and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension featuring new springs.
This classic truck has the unmistakable look of old-school charm. So when a complete and clean pickup is also offered at an obtainable price, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!
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