614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1971 Chevrolet C10 is an interesting machine. It has strong V8 power, some interesting upgrades, and an A/C interior wrapped around one of the most honest-looking pickups around today.
This truck represents two things that are hot right now: short beds and a well-earned patina. In fact, we wouldn't blame you if you wanted to take one of these things to the next level. Use this complete and clean C10 as a base for a full restomod build, or maybe even accelerate the patina for a true V8 rat rod. But before you make plans to change this Chevy, look at what it really is. The factory-correct Ochre is the ideal earthtone color to show off a worn-in appearance. And it has the kind of look of a real truck where you wouldn't be afraid to throw anything into the bed. But the set of 18-inch Coys gunmetal alloys also give it a bit of streetwise style.
Inside is more of that classic pickup feeling. We especially like the classic C10 door panels with wood insert and western-style embossed pattern. But this is also built to be a good driver. That's why you have newer items like the bench seat, carpeting, and Grant GT sports steering wheel. There's even cold-blowing air conditioning, because even hard workers need a cool break.
The engine bay continues this truck's honest look. And this 307 cubic-inch V8 has been given some nice investment, including a remanufactured carburetor. So it fires up eagerly, like a good workhorse should. And don't forget that these C10s are sought-after for their comfortable trailing arm rear suspension. There's the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes to make this a good driver. And the upgraded wheels have modern Nitto ZR-rated tires for enhanced grip.
This is the truck that gives you honesty and robustness today, and plenty of choices for where you want to go tomorrow. So if you're looking for a pickup to stir your imagination, call today!!!
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