213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1967 Chevrolet C10 Stepside get the full classic attitude right. It has a nice vintage looks on the outside, plenty of recent investments for utility, and you get to enjoy this full versatile V8 package from an upgraded interior.
The color on this one makes a good first impression. The fiery orange was an upgrade later in life, and it retains a nice gloss that highlights the extra curves that come on these stepside pickup beds. There are classic pieces like the bright chrome bumpers, and even a classic Thriftmaster badge on the side. These are joined by nice upgrades like the newer wheels, tinted windows, and polished dual exhaust tips. But the investments that you're going to like the best are the ones that add to the utility. Underneath that flush-fitting tonneau cover is a well-done truck bed. The inner walls have been done in robust black paint, and there' a thick rubber mat on the floor. There's still real wood underneath if you wanted to showcase the bed, but the Yakima adjustable rack system that was installed suggests this one likes to be helpful. That's why you also have a newer trailer hitch with proper wiring plug, larger trailering mirrors, and a trailer brake. In fact, we have receipts from the last few years totaling over $7k for investments in this pickup that not only include these useful features, but also pieces that make this truck more useful and comfortable. That's why it feels like an all-around good value.
Inside is a well-done setup in a sturdy black. There are good fundamentals like newer carpeting, a smooth dash pad, and a newer seat cover. Plus, they added some upgrades along the way, like an AM/FM radio and a wood and chrome steering wheel. There was even R134a air conditioning added within the last few years (it will need a recharge to blow ideally cold again.) It all makes for a nice place to spend some time.
The dark black engine bay has a bright V8 heart in the middle. So while the classic Thriftmaster badge is a cool reminder when this was an inline-six truck, you now have a 307 cubic-inch small block. It was recently upgraded with a full Edelbrock suite that includes a four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, polished air grabber, and matching valve covers. There are also newer belts, hoses, and electronic ignition to keep this a sturdy and robust powerhouse. And you get to full control of this V8 in the vintage way thanks to the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. The suspension is a great one for the road with the C10's trailing arm setup and new sway bars front & rear. Plus, you have power steering, power brakes, and wide Cooper Cobra tires to make this an easy choice for any time.
Complete with build receipts and maintenance records, this is the classic stepside look you love and the utility you really want from a pickup. It's a total package truck, and at a price like this, it will be gone soon. Call today!!!
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