This 1967 Chevrolet C10 has a clean look, upgraded interior, and a
small block V8 that was built to run. So it's the solid cruising
classic pickup you've been hunting for.
This Chevy gets its attraction from a mix of style and substance.
The striking shade of blue, combined with straight panels and
chrome bumpers gives this plenty of stoplight appeal. There's
sleekness in deleted badges, while a set of American Racing 17-inch
Torq Thrust wheels give this muscle truck a nice sporty stance. And
as you look over the full package, you'll see this full truck was
meant to be a driver. And that means plenty of stoplight appeal
without being so fancy that you'll be afraid to have fun in-between
The interior is built around more upgrades for a better driver's
truck. The gray cloth bench is vastly more comfortable than
anything that came out of the 1960s. They have high-back headrests,
and when you don't need the jump seat, the middle folds down for a
bucket-like setup. And you'll note the detail work, like how the
seats coordinate with the door panels, carpeting, and headliner. It
has upgraded comfort with an AM/FM stereo that features a USB input
and Bluetooth. There are even provisions for air conditioning (the
main components are present, but it will need more pieces and
servicing to function again.) Plus, the leather-wrapped steering
wheel and auxiliary gauges under the dash signal something nice
under the hood.
The engine bay has the unmistakable look of upgraded Chevy power.
So you'll love the polished component, black textured valve covers,
and matching air grabber. The 350 cubic-inch V8 inhales deeply with
a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and
authority with headers. Plus, the dual exhaust note has the right
rumble of an upgraded cam machine. A three-speed automatic
transmission feeds a 12 bolt rear end. It makes this a nice anytime
driving pickup. Especially because it also has power steering,
power brakes, and the C10's desirable trailing arm rear
This is a nice example of an iconic C10 that's built to be driven.
1967 Chevrolet C10
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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