This 1971 Chevrolet K-10 Super Cheyenne is an alluring mix of
everything. It has the correct colors, upgraded V8 power, and
go-anywhere 4x4 capabilities. It's the one that does everything you
need, and that's also why it's gaining so much attention in our
This truck has always been out to make a bold statement since day one. You can instantly see that in the factory-correct orange color. It looks sporty with the well-creased bodylines and the big chrome bumper up front. Because this is a Cheyenne Super it comes with some nice extra body trim, including the upper and lower body side accents. In fact, the lower one still wears its factory-correct 70s-cool wood strip within the brightwork, and this premium design touch continues on the tailgate, too. But just because this is a shining star, don't be afraid to enjoy its practical side. The long bed, locking tool box, liner paint, and rear step bumper with hitch attachment are all there to remind you that a K-10 is a 4x4 that's up for whatever work and play you're ready for that day.
Inside, the factory-correct parchment interior continues the premium and capable themes of this Chevy. This looks especially nice on the textured door panels that coordinate nicely with the wood pattern on the dash. So we just really like the great wood panel accents seen both inside and out. The factory steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the gauge package, and the shifter for the 4x4 transfer case is the perfect place to rest your right hand. People won't be able to resist a ride in your pickup, so to keep everyone happy are features like the upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo package and the vinyl bench with comfortable houndstooth inserts.
The engine is a 350 cubic-inch V8, as advertised on the front fenders, but there's something extra to this motor. It has a bit of flair in the engine bay with the bold performance air cleaner and classic Chevrolet valve covers. And beneath that you'll see the great performance upgrade of a Slayer 600 CFM four-barrel carburetor. This gives your Chevy a pickup more muscle on the streets and a nice rumble out of the dual exhaust. It's mated to a sturdy three-speed automatic that sends the power to the 12-bolt rear end. Power and durability are the exact kind of traits you want in a K-10. After all, the 4x4 drivetrain with two-speed transfer case as well as the expensive Nitto Ridge Grapler tires means your classic can easily keep going long after the pavement ends. Plus, power steering and front disc brakes are great features no matter if you're on or off road.
A bold presentation with the best practical features - and you get this all on a great-looking classic pickup. It's the total package that's available now for quite a nice price. Call today!!!
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