800 Derita Road, Ste. A
We love these V8 square-body trucks like this 1987 Chevrolet C10 Custom Deluxe, and everything from the stance to the finish tells you this one is on its way to becoming a very cool patina cruiser.
This truck is unique being a one-owner vehicle. You know this darling was loved. The panels are on their way to a patina look that's absolutely awesome on the classic pickup scene today. So we bet you're just imagining this warn-in appearance getting sealed with a nice clearcoat. It would give you a distinct aged two-tone with a gloss that would look good against the bright chrome bumpers and 18-inch Ridler alloys. In fact, it even has the lowered stance and wider rear tires that make for a cool custom truck package. But even if you're not into patina, this one still has a ton of appeal, because it's fundamentals are right. The straight body panels and complete trim mean it would look good with a high-quality professional respray, too. And the affordable price on this Chevy certainly leaves room in the budget for whatever way you want to personalize this pickup.
The interior is clean and comfy. The multiple tones of red all come together in an attractive package. It has a vintage look, but a quality feel everywhere from the cloth seat to the dual-spoke steering wheel. Even some upgrades, like the Kenwood AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette don't look out of place for a period-style classic.
Under the hood is quite a clean 305 cubic inch V8 topped with a four-barrel carburetor. And more than just a tidy appearance, the way this powerplant fires up signals it has been under good care. This truck was made for driving, and so you have nice features like power steering, front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, the upgraded wheel package means you get to fit modern and grippy ZR-rated tires.
This is a cool classic Chevy that gives you a lot of options for a value price. That makes it a hot deal to a lot of different crowds, so don't wait too long. Call now!
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