614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is a distinct long bed stepside that blends vintage looks, sporty upgrades, a comfy interior, overdrive transmission, proper V8 power, and true practicality. So as you check out all the details, you'll soon realize it has all the best pickup feature you want in one attention-grabbing package.
This C10 has an exceptionally straight body that's highlighted further by expertly deleted trim and a sleek finish on the maroon paint. We like the color because it has the boldness of red, but in a deeper tone that adds sophistication. That sets the mood right for this truck. It has some nice flair with the bright bumpers, grille, and iconic Cragar SS wheels, but it's not too flashy to be considered ostentations. Instead it just looks solid, custom, and useful. The long bed has a very stylish look with the diamond plate floor, matching Delta toolbox, and liner paint on the inner walls. But those tie downs at the corners also get you thinking about all the things this extra-duty bed can do. So everything from Home Depot runs to motorcycle transport seem possible with the cool long bed stepside. There's even a proper Class 3 trailer hitch and wiring plug so you can really take it all with you.
While the exterior has subtle custom touches, the interior fully updates this truck for style and comfort. For example, the seats are pure Chevrolet, but it's borrowed from the more modern truck line. That means you can fold down the center jump seat for true bucket-like comfort. Not only does this have terrific all-day bolstering, but the driver's seat even power adjusts to the ideal position. There's more of the best in comfort upgrades, including provisions for R134a air condition (like needs a recharge to blow fully cold,) cup holders, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth. So you'll love slipping behind the black and chrome steering wheel. It's mounted on a tilt steering column to give you a clear view of the full gauge package and the road ahead.
Under the hood is the unmistakable appearance of an upgraded powerhouse. Smooth inner walls, clean hoses, bow tie valve covers, and some added shine give it a good look. But what you'll really like is the substance behind the style. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 with a Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake that allows the V8 to inhale deeply. Plus, it has the right supporting pieces, like Taylor pro wires, a Sanden A/C pump, and an aluminum radiator. It's a stout package that fires up readily and makes a sweet bass from the dual exhaust. The upgraded to a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission means you can cruise on the highway in overdrive comfort. There's also power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the C10's trailing arm rear suspension to make it a nice all-around driver.
Complete with build receipts, this is a thoughtful build of a useful and distinct classic. So don't let something this cool and complete slip away. Call today!!!
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