Introduced in 1960, the Chevrolet-GMC C/K series pickups were
manufactured through model year 2000 and still continue to be
full-size American workhorses today. This 1970 C-10 is rock solid
and straight as an arrow. The classic � ton was partially restored
in 2012. The body was refinished in Bright Red and has been well
maintained. Black accent stripes are fashioned after those on the
early Z-28. The truck has very good chrome and a late-model
Sportside bed is fitted with a spray-on liner. The C-10 strikes a
great stance on ZNX polished alloys that mount Cooper radials.
Inside the cab, a reupholstered vinyl bench seat, custom wheel and
nice dash are in very good condition. Features include Kenwood
AM/FM/CD sound system, factory gauge package, tachometer, tinted
windshield and sliding rear window. It is powered by a 350ci small
block that is said to have been rebuilt and is backed by a 3-speed
automatic transmission. It sounds exactly as you would imagine
through tube headers and custom dual exhaust. The chassis is fitted
with power steering, power drum brakes and a new battery has
recently been installed. There is a lot of fun and hard work left
in this C-10. Take it home and enjoy the ride. ALL VEHICLES SOLD
1970 Chevrolet C10
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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