Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1967
Chevrolet C10 Shortbed! Looking inside, underneath, and all around
this truck nearly every component appears to be like new! There is
little paper trail documentation for the truck as it was purchased
at an auction roughly two years ago. Looking at the brand names on
nearly every part we don't need a build sheet to tell us this is a
nice ride. The odometer shows just over 500 miles and the seller
believes this is the mileage put on the truck since being rebuilt.
The seller also noted that the engine and transmission were rebuilt
fresh as part of the process as well. Again, since the seller
purchased at auction there is no paper trail for these items. After
purchasing the truck the seller made a couple small modifications
including a proper sized plastic coolant overflow (the metal
cylinder is just for show) and the Holley Sniper EFI kit to make
the traditional chevy small block even more reliable! The exterior
color choice is a fantastic shade of red! The mirror are custom and
have LED turn signal indicators that work with the blinkers and
hazards - a VERY tasteful touch! The interior is tastefully
customers with screwdriver handles for blinkers and shift linkage,
we really love this aesthetic. The gauges are replaced with fitting
but stylish faces displaying speed, tachometer, fuel, volt meter,
time, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. Above that is the
Holley EFI readout out showing air fuel ratios and many other
goodies. The AC blows cold and a retrosound type radio is hooked up
to modern speakers to bring this truck up to date! This is one of
the nicest trucks to come through our doors and we are proud to
have it. This was our seller's forever truck, but life dictates
another direction. Right now it's hard to get parts in a timely
fashion, or get a reliable builder. This one appears to be
finished! This 1967 Chevrolet C10 Shortbed is offered by the St.
Louis sales staff and can be seen in full detail on our website.
Our listing all include 100+ HD photos and a detailed video!
GatewayClassicCars.com Video: https://youtu.be/wqrDpdPpfIE