1961 Chevy c20 Apache. The Apache model was only made from 1958 to
1962 with each year having a slightly different Hood. The Apache
also came with a separate high beam light, where as the 1961 c20
has a single headlight for both high and low beam. This truck has
the original inline 6 and transmission. Runs drive stops and was
recently started in the negative degree weather we had last month.
The original bench seat has been removed and two captains chairs
have been added. This is an old tow truck. And has hydraulics
inside the cab for a fully functioning winch. All original glass
from factory still in place. The front windshield does have a crack
in it but hey it's 61 years old and it's still watertight. I just
drove this truck on the highway a few days ago at 65 miles an hour
with no problem. Excellent rubber and aftermarket rims make this
truck turn key and ready for work or play. This truck gets a lot of
attention. There is an old excavator horn and a red security on the
top. I would go down to the dollar store and fill up a helium tank
and Ran a hose from the tank to the horn for an awesome retro
sound! *I have always added a lead additive to/for the fuel due to
age of motor and it continues to be a work horse. *Clean Colorado
title in my name. 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 **
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