71 C20 Cheyenne. Survivor pickup, Factory number matching other
than gas tank, Carburetor, windshield and windshield rubber seal, I
have a replacement steering wheel for it as the steering wheel is
cracked and broken that I will install before I sell it. Engine is
a 396 bored out to the 402 (400 series factory bored) turbo 400
trans, A/C, long bed 2 wheel drive, stored for 25 years with the
cab full of paper bags other than steering wheel so it protected
the interior from the sun but not the steering wheel. Had a camper
shell on it to protect the bed floor, had to replace the gas tank
and carburetor from old gas corroding the metal and I replaced the
windshield and seal since it had a crack, other than that all
original. It will need painted and has one small soft dent in bed
that I believe a dent DR can remove without body work. I haven't
repainted is so anyone looking at it can see it has not bodywork or
bondo in it nor rust other than the surface rust from setting
outside. I have replaced all hoses and belts and replaced all
fluids in it including coolant, brakes, motor oil, trans fluid,
rear end gear oil and install new tires. everything in this pickup
works as it should. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is
at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a
showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1971 Chevrolet C20
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