You will not often see trucks as nice as this 1967 Chevy C10 Short Bed Pickup finished to this level. Not heavily modified, close to be completely restored to its classic beauty. My goal for this truck was to give it some modern touches but keep the classic look. Powered by a strong 350 V8 motor and a 700R4 4 Speed auto Transmission and accompanied with Fitech EFI, upgraded options like power steering, power brakes, and an A/C interior, this sweet C-10 pickup is the one to have if whether your goal is to drive it as is or finish with your own custom touches.
350 SB With FiTech EFI
700R4 4 Speed OD Transmission
Serpentine Belt Set Up
Newer American Auto Wire System
20” US Mag Wheels (20x8 & 20x9.5)
Previous owner stated the Rear End is 3.73 Gears
12 Bolt Rear End with 5 Lug Axels
PB,PS and Ididit Tilt Steering Column
CPP Brake Booster Master Cylinder
CPP Lowering Springs
Vintage Air and Heat
Dual Exhaust Flowmaster
Classic Instruments Gage Cluster
Retro Stereo with Aux Output & Kicker Kick Panel Speakers
TMI Buckets Seats, New custom carpet and interior.
Center Consul has 2 USB Chargers
Blazer style gas tank relocated to the rear of the frame. Gas filler is inside the bed
The Truck will also include new tail gate parts, extra paint , classic keys that need to be cut.
Truck was inspected on 05/20/2020 and all safety repairs were completed.
Truck was professionally detailed on 06/05/2020 and treated with IGL Ecocoat Sealant Protection.
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