614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This is the ideal mix of classic looks, added truck capabilities, and a value price. So dig into the detail on this 1978 Chevrolet C10, including the long bed design, updated V8 power, dual fuel tanks, rare bucket seats interior, cold A/C, and much more.
This one has all the features truck people want. After all, we bet the long bed model already has you imagining all the extra things you can carry. And it has the Class III trailer hitch and towing mirrors to maximize utility even more. But it's not just the practical side that really has you attracted to this one, is it? Instead, what first grabs your eye is that color combo. Santa Fe Tan and Light Autumn two-tone make this truck look like it was painted against a southwest horizon. And because it's a newer upgrade, it still has the right gloss and shine that nicely showcases the gentle curves and sharp lines that makes these classic Chevy trucks so desirable. Plus, additions like the 15-inch polished alloys and dual cowl hood add some extra flair to a truck that also knows how to get the job done.
Inside, the two tone continues on one of the most desirable classic truck interiors. After all, few of these had bucket seats with a cup holder center console. So you instantly know this one is long haul comfortable. Plus, you have great upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo in a custom console and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. And as you look over this well-done interior, you'll also spot the Scottsdale badge on the dash. It seems to fit with this truck's southwest theme, and it's always cool to have a Scottsdale selling out of our Phoenix area store.
Under the hood is an updated version of Chevy's famous 350 cubic-inch V8. The consignor states there's about 30,000 miles on the motor. Plus, it has been given some powerful upgrades like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, HEI ignition, and a set of long tube headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. Between these investments and the tidy presentation of the engine bay, it should be no surprise that this truck fires up readily. This one was truly built to comfortably take on the long haul with dual fuel tanks, a Positraction rear end, and an upgraded 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive (consignor states 15,000 miles on the transmission upgrade.) Add in power steering, power brakes (w/discs up front,) and newer Michelin tires, and you have a great anytime pickup.
Flair, comfort, and substance all come together to create a great custom classic. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry if you want to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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