614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Here's a classic truck with a bold style, desirable short bed, great features (including A/C), and stout small block V8 power. So this 1967 Chevrolet K10 4x4 is the restored pickup that's exactly the right machine for work, play, and everything in-between.
Only the right truck can wear a bold red like this. The slick finish makes it a confidence color that draws attention with its electricity. It's all part of a restoration that we're told was a three-year process that was finished in late 2021. And the fresh look throughout the truck is because there are less than 600 miles on it since it was completed. So the paint's excellent shine also highlights other investments, like the well-done body panels. It also looks great against the radiance of the brightwork elements. From the wide bumpers to the updated Rally wheels - all of these shiny elements give this K-10 an upscale look. And when it comes to both premium and shine, nothing beats the look of glossy oak lining the floor of the truck bed. While this one looks too pretty to have spent any time in the mud, no one will ever accuse a lifted 4x4 like this of being a trailer queen.
The interior continues this truck's thoughtful look. It's a very clean and complete appearance, with a fresh look and feel to the dash pad, door panels, and carpeting. And we especially love the seat that includes Chevy's classic houndstooth cloth inserts. You have some great modern features that are well-integrated. It includes a retro-style AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth, shoulder seatbelts, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. The driver's seat is a true command position with a grippy sports steering wheel, a tilt column, clear gauges, and a tall shifter where your right hand always wants to be.
The upgrades continue under the hood. You can tell the engine bay was part of the careful work on the truck just by the nice details, like the clean inner fenders and the way the valve covers coordinate with the block. Chevy's hardy 350 cubic-inch V8 inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and the fresh build means this one loves to fire up readily. There are even nice details like the aluminum radiator and large brake booster. It really gives the impression that this truck is ready for whatever adventure you are. And the stout NP205 two-speed 4x4 transfer case and Cooper Discoverer AT3 tires mean the journey doesn't end when the road does. The four-speed manual transmission keeps you in firm control of it all, and the handy high-ratio granny first gear delivers plenty of low-end torque. Plus, the power steering and power brakes with discs up front are great no matter if you're on the street or trail.
This is a fresh build with a super clean look everywhere (including the undercarriage photos.) So if you demand the best in classic 4x4s, you know you can't miss this K10. Call today!!!
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