Make me an offer!
Purchased this truck from Barn Fresh Classics two years ago.
Motor was recently rebuilt with about 2000 miles on it when I
purchased the truck. Since then, I have put on approximately 1500
miles max. Here is the ad:
Since then, I have put in a lot of money in this truck but worth it to me. This truck has never seen snow and very little rain. Garage kept and covered. Here are some of the things I had done since I purchased it two years ago:
New custom exhaust, tips and Doug headers.
FiTech Go EFI 4 600 HP Self-Tuning Fuel Injection System with fuel command center and delivery kit. I still have the Holley 750. Both will mount on the existing intake.
Brand new steering gear box.
New Aluminum Radiator
New Electric Fan ( That you can control with the FiTech touchscreen )
New heater core.
New Gauge Cluster. (still have original)
All gaskets replaced. Currently no leaks.
This truck is a lot of fun to drive and attracts a lot of attention. I get a lot of thumbs-up and quite a few asking to take a picture. I've been ask to show this but I have never been to a show. This is a beautiful truck that is fun to drive and it runs great. Chevy C-10 Step-Side are a hot commodity that gets better with age if taken care of.
If you have any other questions or would like to set up a time to see the truck, please email or call me.
Hit me up with your best offer but please, serious offers only. No low ball and no joy riders.
Payment will need to be either cash or a certified bank check. Not interested in any trades.
Q: Has it been a body off frame restore?
Q: Good metals? Any Fillers?
A: Good metal. No fillers. Paint is great but not perfect. There are a couple of tiny chips.
Update: Just created a video yesterday, May 12, for a fellow interested. Very detailed.
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