614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1967 Chevrolet C10 has the cool look of true patina. And with the long bed and lifted stance, it all just drives home the ultra-cool looks of a truck with a purpose. But as you dig a little deeper, you also see this was given some great modern investments that make it a great all-around classic pickup.
The registration history suggests that this C10 was with the first owner for almost fifty years. That's the kind of history you want on a truck that has earned its patina. And the worn-in look is also a little more rewarding than you might first suspect. The sheetmetal has an exceptionally straight look of a well-respected pickup, and that cool patina has been smoothed out and cleared over to be both protected and nice to touch. The standard-style white bumpers coordinate with the grille, headlight bezels, and wheel covers for an added look of distinction (they even painted the Chevy bow ties in the hub caps orange to match the body.) And if you like a truck that was made for work, the real wood truck bed has an instant charm. The lumber is clean and complete, but it also has that honest presentation that tells you It's ready for any load.
Inside is more of that cool ready-to-work-attitude. But just like the exterior, this also has been upgraded correctly, too. So while items like the steering wheel and AM radio let you feel the history of those who came before you, there's a little more comfort. You'll appreciate items like the newer dash pad, and the seat is a taut black bench with Chevy's iconic houndstooth cloth inserts. And the tach integrated into the original gauge cluster makes shifting much easier.
With a truck this honest so far, it's great to lift the hood and see this kind of worn-in utility in the engine bay. In fact, this 283 cubic-inch V8 shows all the right signs of bring the original motor. There are desirable stock items, like the control of the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission and the C10's easy riding trailing arm rear suspension. Plus, there have been some more recent investments, including the newer radiator and shocks. And while the wheel package has a stock look, you've got a lifted stance with modern 33-inch BF Goodrich All-terrain T/A tires.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, maintenance records, and title documentation. This is a cool patina pickup that you just know is the coolest classic workman around. Call today!!!
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