1970 Chevrolet C10

Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX

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Fort Worth, TX



Year 1970
Mileage 2247
Engine 100
Doors 2
Transmission Automatic
Make Chevrolet
Model C10

C10 1970

Title Status --
Exterior Color Red
Interior Color Red Houndstooth


You want cool? You've got it with this 1970 Chevy C10 Custom pickup. With a high-end, high-visibility paint job not often seen on trucks of this vintage, a powerful 350 V8 crate motor under the hood, great options, and a supremely comfortable A/C and bucket seat interior. It also helps that this beauty comes equipped with a practical 8-foot bed that can still work for a living, and has a scant 2,247 miles on the restoration. Looking for the cleanest longbed Action Line pickup on the market? You probably just found it.

If you're looking for a gorgeous turn-key truck that's ready to show-or-go right now, they don't come much cooler than this. White-and Red are the trunk's original colors (this particular shade of red looks like a cross between Hugger Orange and Cardinal Red), and this tried-and-true color combination looks great on anything wearing a Chevy bowtie emblem, especially something born in 1970. The condition of the sheetmetal cannot be described as anything less that laser straight, and the professional dedication that put this truck together shows in every single square inch (and there's a ton of acreage on this longbed) of top driver-quality/borderline show paint that went onto its flanks. A glance in all the nooks and crannies shows that even though the respray was completed back in 2008, it was absolutely done right, because there are no traces of any past colors to be found anywhere and there are hardly any signs of use. Sure, there may be a light scratch or swirl mark or two leftover from a car wash, but we're talking really minor stuff most of which could easily be remedied with a buff-and-wax. Logging less than 2,300 miles on this C10 in the last 14 years has certainly kept it looking this good, and thanks to the miracle of modern paints, it'll continue to look this dialed-in for decades. Bright Custom-spec stainless trim, super-clean body molding, and shiny bumpers at the endcaps break up the red paint nicely, there's a matching fiberglass hard tonneau cover that fits neatly over the bed, and the inside of the bed was finished with durable red spray-in bedliner material that will protect the sheetmetal practically forever.

The interior has been updated from stock just a bit, starting with a pair of low-back, red-and-black Houndstooth bucket seats that look like they could have come from a 1st generation Camaro, but offer the added comfort of modern materials. There's a matching red console between them, equipped with cup holders and extra storage, plush red carpets and black floor mats insulate the floors, and the door panels are reproduction pieces that match quite nicely with stock-style 'Western Scroll' and wood grain accents. As with the body, there are essentially zero signs of use, showing off an interior that was expertly done utilizing a wonderful combination of pickup truck and muscle. The gauges are original dials that cover the basics highlighted by the optional tachometer in the center and all the comfort items you'd want are included, from the leather-wrapped chrome steering wheel mounted atop a tilt column, the retro-style AM/FM/Cassette/AUX stereo, to the ice-cold Vintage Air A/C that keeps the cab incredibly comfortable during every season.

Underneath the hood, a late-model 350 cubic inch Crate V8 sits in a very nicely detailed engine compartment, sporting a very sharp, dual-filter air cleaner and polished aluminum Chevrolet valve covers on top. With only 2,247 miles on the build, the engine is running strong - armed with an Edelbrock 4 barrel carb and polished aluminum intake, as well as aftermarket headers that feed into a throaty Corsa H-pipe dual exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers found below. The engine is covered in Chevy Orange enamel and there are polished/billet pulleys and accessories found throughout, and even the firewall and inner fenders were neatly painted and detailed for show. The block pairs with a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission that spins a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end, a combination that's more than ready to handle anything the small block can throw at it. Power steering and power front disc brakes are always welcomed on a vintage pickup, and those flashy MB Motoring bullet-hole alloys come wrapped in expensive Michelin white-letter radials at all four corners.

Offering all the vintage appeal you could ask for, but with just the right upgrades to provide a great driving experience in everyday conditions, this gorgeous 1970 Chevrolet C10 Custom is one awesome truck. Call today!


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