Big block power, an overdrive transmission, and a distinct custom
style are all part of what makes this 1971 Chevrolet C10 the kind
of classic that's the ideal mix of custom and useful.
Those big 26-inch wheels can't help but announce this is something
special. Plus, you have a billet grille, upgraded headlights, clear
tail lights, and deleted trim for a very cool/custom style. The red
paint has an attractive metallic glow that will get it plenty of
looks at the stoplights, but the truck's overall theme is to have a
cool custom that you also won't be afraid to drive. In fact, it can
even be the coolest pickup that will help with the weekend chores
thanks to the liner paint protecting the bed.
The interior has a stylish look with the exterior red returning on
the door tops and dash. It's joined by a tasteful black. The
fundamentals look good with clean carpeting, a smooth dash pad,
good door panels, and a newer bench set with comfy cloth inserts.
This has the right extras, like power locks, an alarm system,
tinted windows, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth. This was
even an A/C truck, and it will need components and servicing to
return the function. It also has a good driver package you can
appreciate with an upgraded Grant GT wood-rimmed steering wheel and
a full gauge package with tach at the center.
The callouts on the fender were not lying. Under the hood is a
desirable 454 cubic-inch big block V8. It's a fully upgraded
package with an Edelbrock AVS2 carburetor, high-rise intake, and
headers feeding the Flowmaster dual exhaust. It's a strong motor
that provides plenty of power, so it's nicely paired with the 700R4
four-speed automatic transmission. It's the ideal mix that gives
you stout construction and better ratios, including overdrive. This
is easy to take out on the road thanks to power steering, power
brakes w/discs up front, and grippy sport tires.
This is a distinctly custom truck with practical appeal. Don't miss
this deal, call today!!!