614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Sure, you could just look at this 1970 Chevrolet C10 as an affordable vintage pickup with straight panels and an iconic color. But once you see that clean and upgraded V8, you'll realize how much of a great value this Chevy really is.
Hugger Orange is a favorite iconic GM color. It's not just a cool name, but the shade just represents a take-charge attitude that ensures this truck will never fly under the radar. And that's a good thing, because '70 was one of the best-looking years for the C10. The chrome bumpers have a mirror-like shine; the Rally wheels are as iconic as the paint; and there are nice updates, like the crystal-clear headlights. And while this is one sharp-looking classic pickup, there's also liner paint in the truck bed to remind you that this looker can still help with the chores.
The bold orange returns inside on the doors and dash, and now it's complemented by a tastefully contrasting black. This has a nice vintage atmosphere, right down to the western-style pattern in the door panels and the Delco AM radio that's still there for display. But you can also really see and feel plenty of nice newer investments. There's plush carpeting, a newer dash pad, and a well-done bench seat. Plus, the steering wheel has been upgraded to a later model Chevy unit, so it still keeps the bow-tie connection while giving you a firm grip on control.
The engine bay has been done to make sure you're proud to show it off. There's a fresh matte black in the inner fenders and front panel, and it all has the tidy look of a freshly prepared package. In the middle is Chevy's trusty 350 cubic-inch V8. As you look closer, you'll also spot terrific performance upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and Holley ribbed valve covers. Even the ram's horn exhaust manifolds look good as they feed the newer stainless dual exhaust. More than just nice power, this C10 is also an easy driver. The consignor states the three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt within the last few years. Plus, there's power steering, wide BF Goodrich T/As, and the comfortable trailing arm rear suspension that aids in driving experience.
A great look, a great motor, and a value price - this C10 really hits the right marks, so you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!
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