Though it seems unlikely, 1967-72 GM pickups are among the most popular classic vehicles today. For many years collectors and enthusiasts have overlooked trucks as a less daunting gateway to collectible automobile ownership. That is up until about 6 years ago. Today, Chevrolet and GMC trucks of the era are highly regarded in the collectible world. With many variations, superior reliability, exceedingly simple mechanics, and unassuming drivability these trucks offer entry level collectors a boundless avenue into the hobby, and established veterans’ variation in their garage. During this period Chevrolet began to offer up a different mindset then that of Ford. Chevy contemplated that sedan luxuries and truck muscularity could coexist as one. Judicious thinking thrusted Chevy to the forefront of the truck wars, and began a new era of trucks. This in mind, consider this remarkable 1971 Chevrolet C10 Custom. Laced with aforementioned history, and reformed with some modernization, this true gem is looking for a home. This magnificent truck has a heap of originality while undergoing some attractive renovations. The popular and newer red paint is flashy, while its coupling with an aftermarket chrome grill, chrome bumpers, chrome inner fenders, and Ion Alloy Wheels deliver it to stunning. Other exterior revisions include, a new tailgate, black bed liner, and polished duel exhaust. Inside are an inspiring black vinyl bench seat, matching door pads, and an appended tachometer on the column. Lifting the hood displays more original equipment by way of the 46,323 original mile 350 motor and automatic transmission. The steadfast motor is tastefully paired with a mild cam, Edelbrock intake, chrome valve covers and headers adding finery under the hood. Finished with newer 255/70/R15 Eldorado tires this classic is road ready. So whether you are an entry level collector, or a classic car amasser, this truck will certainly have the town talking when you drive it to dinner on Sunday.