213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1967 Chevrolet C10 has the cool stepside body, a nice dark appearance, and the right upgrades everywhere from the extra comfy interior to the extra power from the small block V8. It makes for the right total package for someone who likes a vintage pickup to have a little extra show and go attitude.
The color on this one makes a good first impression. Black is always a confidence color, and this one has a nice gloss in the sunshine. It does a great job of highlighting the extra curves that come on these stepside pickup beds. Plus, the straight body, bright chrome bumpers, full cab trim, and upgraded polished wheels all add to the impressiveness. The absolutely perfect versions of a glossy black pickup are found on the $50k C10s, but that's not what you're interested in. After all, this one still has a proper trailer hitch, and so you can still get the job done in this classic. So the overall idea is a pickup that gets nods of approval for its looks and the fact that it's not a trailer queen.
The interior is a well-done setup for a nice driver's truck. The comfy cloth seats are a versatile package with a three-piece setup that gives you individual bucket-like comfort, and you can fold-up the middle jump seat for added storage. Newer carpeting, good door panels, and a smooth dash pad make for a quality atmosphere. There's even a Highliner headliner with embedded stereo speakers. This was built with the driver in mind, including an upgraded sports steering wheel, billet column shifter, and tilt steering column. The factory gauges are supplemented by a full auxiliary package as well as a large tach on top of the dash.
Under the hood is a well-built small block. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 that's said (but undocumented) to be enlarged to a 383 stroker motor. It has been upgraded with an Edelbrock suite with the ribbed valve covers, matching air grabber, fuel pump, and Performer RPM aluminum heads. It also has other desirable additions, like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, upgraded polished intake, HEI ignition, steel braided lines with AN fittings, and long tube headers feeding a rather straight set of dual exhaust pipes. This enhanced V8 feeds a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission on its way to a 12-bolt rear end. Power steering, a trailing arm rear suspension, and a nice set of wide BF Goodrich T/A make a strong total driving package on this pickup.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the classic stepside look you love, and the usability you really want from a pickup. It's a total package truck, and at a price like this, it will be gone soon. Call today!!!
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