This 1969 Chevrolet C10 stepside has a bright look and a ton of
custom details. So we know it already has your attention. And
that's even before you check out the great upgrades like the
fuel-injected LT1 V8, overdrive transmission, and leather-lined
This truck makes a striking first impression. The red paint has a
quality shine that draws people in to take a better look at the
custom details. It starts up front with the billet grille and a
solid presentation from the bright chrome. The sides have sport
mirrors, a frenched antenna, and updated flush-mounted door
handles. But what we bet you really noticed on this profile is the
1969 cab and front clip that has been added to the C/K series late
model chassis. Has the kind of quality that makes it look like it
has been there since day one. The rear has a smooth look with the
custom roll pan and tailgate. Plus, the tonneau rises on an
electrically operated hinge. And it reveals a clean bed with a
carpeted floor, and so this pickup can even be used for showcasing
something important (including awards) if you so desire.
The interior continues the custom attitude, and you can tell
comfort was a key ingredient. It starts with later-model bucket
seats. These are finished in leather and power adjust to your ideal
comfort position. There's also a cup holder center console, sliding
rear glass, and a flip-up AM/FM/CD stereo. There are even
provisions for R134a air conditioning (it likely just needs a
recharge to blow cold again.) There's a later-style Chevy steering
wheel on a tilt column, and that gives you a clear view to the full
digital gauge package upgrade. It's the kind of style that lets you
know there's a good upgrade under the hood, too.
The engine bay has Corvette/Camaro V8 power. The fuel-injected
5.7-liter LT1 motor was not only known for horsepower but also an
all-around hardy setup. So it makes for a nice upgrade in this
pickup. There's even an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help
keep this package running cool in everyday driving. The 700R4
four-speed automatic transmission offers a nice balance of stout
construction and overdrive comfort. Plus, this is riding on a later
Chevy C/K platform. There's also power steering, power brakes
w/discs up front, and Michelin tires on the stylish 15-inch alloys
to deliver an all-around good driving experience
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, title
documentation, service manuals, and restoration photos. You're
looking at a unique, useful, and thoughtful build. So don't let
this irresistible custom slip away, call today!
1969 Chevrolet C10
Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
Exterior Color:Honda San Marino Red
Interior Color:Graphite Gray
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