8-cyl. 350cid/255hp 4bbl
A nice truck that's ready to work or play, this 1970 Chevy C10 Custom is a blue collar machine with rugged good looks, a strong-running 350-inch small block, and a great color combination. Completely recently restored!!!
The orange and white paint scheme is perfect and original for this 1970 truck. It has a period-perfect charm that totally works on an old pickup, particularly with the white accents. The truck has had a respray, but still gives this C10 a very authentic look that pickup truck fans will appreciate. The sheet metal underneath is pretty darned nice with good panel alignment that's accentuated by the long stainless trim that was part of the Custom package. And speaking of trim, the chrome and stainless looks quite good, as if someone has properly polished it over the past four-and-a-half decades.
Handsome black upholstery is another period-perfect touch on this pickup and shows quite well. The seat cover itself is brand new, and quite possibly the door panels, so it looks and feels fresh from behind the wheel. This has an automatic transmission. A New upgrade A/C which was carefully tucked under the dashboard.The instrument panel carries attractive round dials. There's also a factory looking AM/ Fm radio in the dash that is now blue tooth compatibility. Also, the other upgrade is the brakes. This is otherwise completely original!! This was an Arizona truck!
There’s plenty of horsepower on tap thanks to the 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood and while it's totally show ready, it does Bright Chevy Orange paint on the engine itself and . It starts easily and runs smoothly, almost too smoothly for a truck. There is a double exhaust system with just a muted burble to remind us that there's a V8 in there. The undercarriage is in great shape and you can clearly see that the basics are quite good and this is a solid truck from a climate that didn't attack the steel.
With a back-to-basics vibe, this neat old truck is one of those vehicles that wins you over with its honesty and earns its keep by still doing its job well.