800 Derita Road, Ste. A
When you want to look distinctively original without giving up creature comforts, it's time for this 1984 Chevrolet C10 Scottsdale. It combines classic truck styling with glossy paint, a loaded A/C interior, and proper V8 power.
The distinction of this truck starts with the Medium Blue Metallic paint. It has the classic C10 look, but a modern clearcoat shine. It's the right kind of luster to really highlight the exceptional straightness of the sheetmetal. So this gives a premium first impression. The repaint was extended to the bed that looks just too pretty to ever work again. That's why there's a folding tonneau protecting it now. Shining chrome bumpers, straight/bright trim, wide side mirrors, and iconic Rally wheels give this a true look of a crisp and clean pickup.
Inside, it looks like there was a careful eye for preservation and restoration to keep this quite clean, blue, and fresh. You have a great stock look everywhere from the dual spoke steering wheel to the comfy velour bench seat. There are even nice factory features like power windows and power locks. And the driver-oriented dash layout gives you easy access to upgrades like cold-blowing R134a air conditioning and the AM/FM/CD with modern conveniences like a USB input and Bluetooth.
The engine bay has a charmingly original look to it, right down to the decals. In the middle is Chevy's hardy 305 cubic-inch V8. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, it swiftly moves this relatively lightweight pickup for a fine experience on the road. This one feels solid in the way it rides and there are smooth shifts of the three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, there's power steering and power brakes with discs up front. So it's a fine driver. And it can even go further thanks to dual fuel tanks.
This is a true truck lover's pickup. It has a great classic attitude and just the right upgrades. So if you're looking for a vintage stunner, don't let this Chevy slip away.
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