This C10 received a complete rework of the drivetrain, interior and
complete body paint and chrome. This restoration is documented with
receipts. It's powered by a Chevrolet 396ci 8-cylinder engine with
an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor atop an aluminum intake, HEI
ignition system, chrome valve covers and an open-element chrome air
cleaner backed by a Turbo 400 automatic transmission. The factory
rebuilt air conditioning system has been converted to r134 gas.
This pickup is equipped with power front and rear disc brakes with
vacuum assist canister, windshield washer system, power steering,
heavy-duty radiator and stock exhaust manifolds with dual
Flowmaster mufflers and chrome tips. The exterior features an oak
wood bed with stainless-steel dividers, Snap-On tonneau bed cover,
halogen high-intensity headlights, dual sideview mirrors, all-new
chrome and aluminum trim work, all-new front and rear lights and
base coat/clear coat urethan paint work over a solid rust-free
body. The custom bucket seat interior features custom sloth
upholstery with red piping, padded ribbed headliner, new door
silds, center consolette, Flaming River billet aluminum tilt
steering column, billet 3-spoke leather-covered steering wheel,
full gauge instrumentation with center-mounted tachometer,
Autosound AM/FM cassette in-dash radio with kick panel custom
speaker, new gauge cluster face, crack-free soft dash pad, dual
in-cab visors and seat belts.
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