800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1970 Chevrolet K20 4x4 looks clean, mean, and capable. So while this one makes a great classic, it also never loses that feeling of getting the job done.
The bold red paint has a deep gloss and shine to make sure that this truck gets noticed for more than just its imposing stance. It strikes a good overall balance. After all, it's not too fancy to be a trailer queen. But the straightness of the body panels, good gaps, clean window rubber, and bright chrome bumpers show the kind of care that's the opposite of a mud hole king. And there are even cool upgrades, like the bright Weld wheels and smooth tailgate. So this one just looks ready for responsible fun. And the usefulness of the long bed is furthered by the diamond plate floor and liner paint protecting it all. So you know this will be great for everything from weekend chores to tailgating.
The interior gets the classic style right with the western-style pattern in the bench seat. You've also got plush carpeting, a smooth dash pad, and a desirable sliding rear window. There are nice updates like the billet dash panels, tinted windows, and AM/FM/CD stereo. There's even a tilt steering column to make it easier to get comfortable behind the three-spoke sports steering wheel.
Just like the rest of this truck, the motor has both style and substance. At the center of this tidy engine bay is a hardy 305 cubic-inch small block. It's built with the right upgrades, like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a new radiator, and long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust. It's a solid powerhouse that's part of a strong-running package. While the cab's VIN decodes to a C10, the undercarriage shows that you have the right pieces you want for a beefy K20. That means the desirably sturdy NP205 two-speed transfer case, Warn locking hubs, a lifted stance with off-road shocks, and meaty Toyo Open Country tires. More than just stout, this has nice cruising features, like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
This is the classic pickup that has been given love and investment in all the right places. So it's your time to love this deal. Call now!
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