Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
Trucks are often a lesson in steadfast loyalty and an honest day's work. So it's impressive to find such a highly original 1967 Chevrolet C10 that has only had three owners in over half a century, and it has likely never even left Texas. More than just originality, as you dig deeper, you'll also see solid investments in keep this a trusty V8 pickup.
It's often harder to find a survivor-grade pickup just because there were built to get to work, and many just get used up in the process. But this one is different. It is a three-owner vehicle, and the first two were the same family. The dealer tag from the Fort Worth is still on the front fender, and this appears to always have been a Texas truck. It wasn't too fancy when new, and seems to make it even more special today. The white bumper and grille coordinate the white roof. It makes for a nice two-tone against Chevy's Light Red paint. This red is believed to be the factory application. It's survivor appearance shows age, but it does it with impressive completeness and pride. And there are many of us that have a high respect for originality, especially when the factory style has the same appeal as a vintage Coca-Cola machine.
The gray interior continues the truck's honesty and originality. A durable rubber floor mat, steel side panels, and large/thin steering wheel are all reminders of the classic truck feeling where a cloth bench seat was a true luxury. Even in a stock truck like this, the gauge package was important, so you got all the right readouts. As you look across the whole pickup, the only upgrade you may really notice is that the classic-looking radio is really a retro-style AM/FM digital tune w/Bluetooth. After all, even a vintage cruiser appreciates a better choice of driving music.
The engine bay has that great old pickup look around the inner walls, but there's also something more. In the middle is the 283 cubic-inch V8. It's a year-correct block, and there is no story of replacement, so it's believed to be original to the truck. But it has the bright look of the right care and investments over the years. And that's the key to this pickup. We have a receipt for about $7k invested in the drivetrain and suspension in 2019. That's how a classic like this can run smooth and make a nice sound out of the new stainless dual exhaust. It has a solid feeling on the road that's furthered by the C10's desirable trailing arm rear suspension. And the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission give you firm control while truly getting the vintage truck feeling.
This truck even comes with the original warranty card and owner's manual to help tell its survivor story. You're looking at truly a special Chevy, so don't miss your chance. Call today!!!
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