Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago Showroom proudly presents this 1971
Chevrolet C10 Pick Up. This bad boy has come a long way since it
rolled of the factory line in '71. It has been repainted in Inferno
Red by House of Colors and a clean black racing stripe down the
cowl induction hood. Inside is matching red and black leather
bucket seats. Under the hood lies Chevrolet's legendary 454CID V8
engine with only about 400 miles on it. The engine is hooked up to
700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. The car has a
custom frame, and all the power goes to a pro-link rear end with
3:43 gears. The custom frame allowed it to become a one-piece truck
with the bed connected to the cab to give it that clean look. The
top of the truck received a custom 3 inch chop giving the truck a
more aggressive look. It has been equipped with gauges for the
speed, water temp, oil pressure, volts, and an aftermarket super
Tech II RPM gauge. In the bed lies a fuel cell to make sure that
big 454 does not go thirsty. The car sits on 15-inch black rally
rims. Options include; AM/FM Radio, Anti-lock Brakes, Posi
traction, tilt Wheel, and more. For more information regarding our
1971 Chevrolet C10 Pick Up contact out Chicago Showroom at (708)
444-4488 or email us at [email protected] and be sure
to check out our website with 100+ HD photos and an HD video of the
car starting and driving at GatewayClassicCars.com
1971 Chevrolet C10
Exterior Color:Inferno Red
Interior Color:Black/ Burgundy
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