For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom is a superbly built 1969 Chevrolet C-10. Whether you are looking for a great classic truck to cruise on nice days, take to shows, daily drive, or even tow other toys with, your search is over. With just 1,195 miles since the body off build was completed, this is all but a brand new 1969 Chevy truck. The heart of this great truck is a GMPP HT383 Stroker crate engine. With the addition of a FAST throttle body electronic fuel injection system, this small block Chevy is tuned up to make 340 hp and 435 lb. ft. of torque. With the 200-4R transmission and 12-bolt positrac rear end with 3.73 gears turning the rear wheels, you can be certain that whatever you hook up to the hidden trailer hitch won't be any trouble to move along. If you choose to put anything in the beautiful wood bed, there are air ride on the rear to compensate for load. To make sure everything comes to a halt safely are front slotted and drilled disc brakes with big drums in the rear. Other custom exterior features include swapping the 1969 grill for that of a 1967 truck, the gorgeous black paint, and a smoothed firewall. Moving inside, you'll find that the inside is even better than the outside. The door panels and seats are all wrapped in soft yet durable Ultra Leather vinyl with suede accents. The driver's seat is a powered Captain's chair from a Tahoe, while the passenger is a manual version of the same. The big attraction inside is the dashboard. It was custom made to pay homage to the double hump design of the second generation Corvettes. Other features include Dakota Digital VHX gauges, air conditioning, and a Lokar shifter. This is really not a truck you want to miss. Ask about it today. To view this vehicle in greater detail including HD pictures and videos, visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com/carlist2?src=2&location=DFW. For additional information on this 1969 Chevrolet C-10, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-310-9400.
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