Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1969 Chevrolet C10 Custom does what you like most about classic pickups. That means you get two-tone paint, strong V8 power, and still plenty of utility so that your classic is always ready to show its practical side, too.
The C10 is a true classic pickup, and the red and white two-tone gives it the all-American appeal of a Coca-Cola bottle. And because this is an upgrade later in life, it has a crisp and bright appearance. Plus, the details are quite nice. The billet grille goes well with other factory brightwork like the chrome bumpers, window trim, and Rally wheels. Even the black folding tonneau cover goes with the black full-length trim. So all of the upgrades are well-placed on this pickup.
Inside the red returns, and now it's joined by a tasteful black. There has been a recent investment in new door panels, dash pad, carpet, and sun visors. Plus, the new cloth cover on the bench seat makes it quite comfy. The three-spoke steering wheel w/power steering feels grippy in your left hand, and the B&M shifter is placed where your right one wants to be. And, if you're a truck person, you already spotted the comfort that comes from getting your breezes through the side vent windows and sliding rear glass.
The engine bay has proper V8 power, and we love how the painted red motor looks against the black Chevrolet valve covers with red lettering. Chevy's sturdy 350 cubic-inch V8 is great for power, especially with upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Holley intake, and headers. Plus, you have great supporting components like an aluminum radiator and a new alternator. It's these kinds of proper investments that mean this truck It fires up readily, runs great, and makes a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. And the four-speed manual transmission really keeps you in control of it all.
This is the long bed pickup that has the right upgrades without ever losing its vintage attitude. That makes it attractive, especially at this price. Call today!!!
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