1987 Chevrolet K10 Custom Deluxe is a 4x4 from the era of fuel
injection and overdrive transmissions. So it's the bright red
classic Chevy pickup you love, and it was built with the features
you really want.
This Chevy makes a nice first impression. It was a factory red
pickup, but it was given a respray later in life to make sure it
retains a nice gloss and shine. They even added a color-matched
liner paint in the bed so that it can remain stylish while also
continuing real truck duty. Chrome bumpers, bright upscale side
trim, and good-looking rubber means the kind of high quality
presentation that gets the details right.
The interior continues the clean and classic look. The bench seat
has the factory pattern, but you can tell the comfy cloth is a more
recent investment. The door inserts have a fresher look, too. These
Chevys were great for providing a dash that wrapped around the
driver like a sports car. That means a clear view of the gauges and
an easy reach to the factory AM/FM stereo. There are even
provisions for factory air conditioning (will need servicing.)
Under the hood is the numbers matching 350 cubic-inch V8. Just like
the rest of this pickup, the engine bay is about looking stock and
well-maintained. This was the optional motor, and so it's great to
have the added power. Plus, fuel-injection makes it great in modern
times. It's a true go-anywhere pickup with a two-speed 4x4 transfer
case and a lifted stance. But go-anywhere also means comfortable on
the pavement, too. That's why you have power steering, power brakes
w/discs up front, and a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission
with highway-friendly overdrive. And the Michelin LTX tires on the
classic Rally wheels are great for all conditions.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and bill of sale
showing this was a southern truck. So when a 4x4 looks this good
and is priced so well, you know you need to hurry on this deal.