1971 Chevrolet CST10 Pickup
The early 70s Chevy pickups have always been a popular classic to purchase and in the last decade their popularity has grown even higher. These pickups have a great vintage look, are easy to maintain and are all around just great trucks. This 71 CST10 is very well done and has had a complete body off restoration. If you wanted one new but never got the chance then here it is! One very neat feature on this truck is the fully custom 1993 stepside bed. Now not only do you get a like new truck but you won't ever pull up to another one quite like it. We have seen many beds transplanted to other trucks over the years and this one was extremely well done. Some don't turn out right but this one looks like it came that way from the factory. The rear steps behind the fenders that was original there on the 93s has been removed and smoothed out. It also was fitted with a custom roll pan for a unique look and rhino lined in Black. The body is all very straight and entirely free of any rust or damage. It is coated in a slick Mint Green paint that has a beautiful shine. The windshield is new and all the glass is in great shape. The chrome front bumper and all of the brightwork has a nice shine as well with no issues. All of the lights and electrical are working properly and new tail lights were installed. The truck rides on American Racing wheels which give it a tough look.
Pop the hood and you will be greeted with a brand new crate 350 V8 motor. These motors are very reliable and easy to work on. Everything in the engine compartment has a show ready look with the firewall and inner fenders painted to match the body. Chrome valve covers and a chrome air cleaner have been added. Paired with the motor is a Turbo 350 Automatic transmission that was all rebuilt during the restoration process. A new power steering and power brake system have been added along with all new shocks and exhaust. The truck has a great ride and with the power options is a very enjoyable pickup to drive.
The interior of the truck is just as nice as the rest with the dash getting completely repainted as well. Everything has a fresh just completed look. The bench seat is done with a hounds tooth pattern upholstery and the door panels are done in Black. The dash utilizes all stock components which are all in great condition. The AC system is brand new and blows cold.
This pickup is in great condition and looking at it in person it is clear to see that since being restored it has been very well cared for. It isn't everyday you can buy a full restored vehicle in the 20,000-30,000 range so jump on it while its still around!
This pickup is a bargain at only $24,500.00!
SUMMER SPECIAL - REDUCED DOWN TO $20,995.00!
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