For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet C10 in Ft Worth, Texas

Vehicle Description

Roll into the next cruise night with this 1967 Chevrolet C10 pickup, and they might just hand you a trophy before you even shut the engine off. Beautifully built to be driven and regularly depended on, this stylish pickup has all the right ingredients for a serious street machine, and it doesn't matter if you prefer driving or showing, it does it all equally well. Strong motor? Check. Killer looks? Double check. Great options? You betcha. This C-10 is ready to roll.

Few trucks are as good-looking as Chevy's C10 "Action Line" models that debuted in 1967. This one, with its lowered stance and sleek two-tone paint almost looks like the muscle car of trucks, with a predatory crouch and a ton of eyeball appeal. Of course, the dazzling Black over Spitfire Orange (a modern Chrysler shade) paint doesn't hurt, along with the contrasting pinstripes that were painted on to split the two colors and add a custom look to the cowl hood. A lot of prep went into this truck before the paint went on, with great gaps and smooth surfaces that show undistorted reflections, a hallmark of quality workmanship and a big investment of time. Custom touches include that cowl hood, filled-in and smoothed drip rails, deleted trim, and a custom bed that's been raised four inches, topped with bedlined wood panels, and features a relocated gas tank and recessed filler cap. It's not a perfect trailer queen, as there are some imperfections here and there, but this truck was built to be driven and enjoyed, not put away for inspection only. And because it was finished a mere 4,848 miles ago, everything still looks very fresh. The only brightwork that survived is what's around the grille and headlights (which are unique to 1967 within the Glamour Line), while shiny bumpers fore and aft are the perfect endcaps for this black-and-orange beauty. Despite the raised bed, this custom C10 can still function as a truck, further aided with the addition of a black diamond plate toolbox mounted behind the cab.

While the exterior says muscle, the interior expresses comfort. A comfy bench seat upholstered in durable, high-end tweed offers lots of support and it's punctuated with a removable center armrest/cup holder console in the middle. The wide seat anchors a luxurious-looking cab that's a long way from 1967, neatly contrasted with plush black carpets on the floors and black vinyl door panels at the flanks that were finely tailored and expertly trimmed to a high standard. The cabin is a slam-dunk in the styling department, with a gray-and-black decor that subdues the more high-impact exterior, and it shows off a wonderful blend of original and aftermarket pieces. The original-style instrument panel is full of handsome Classic Instruments gauges with clear lenses, and the sporty, leather-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel on the tilt column would look at home in a Camaro, let alone a C10. A black dash pad and black sun visors match the door panels, so the truck has a very polished, high-quality feel, and it's fitted with cold A/C that's fully operational thanks to an R134a refrigerant upgrade and modern hardware. Entertainment is provided via a retro-style AM/FM/AUX stereo installed in the original location and a dash-mounted Holley Sniper EFI screen manages the air/fuel mixture for the fuel injection system under the hood.

In the horsepower department, this C10 is rocking a professionally rebuilt 350 V8, put together by Mike Jackson from Republic Custom engines approximately 2,000 miles ago. It comes complete with a Holley Sniper EFI system that keeps it well-fed, an Edelbrock aluminum high-rise intake, HEI ignition, and a lopey COMP Cams camshaft inside that helps set a wicked idle. There's plenty of dress-up parts, from the finned Edelbrock valve covers to the chrome open-element air cleaner, and the block really pops out from the gloss black inner fenders and firewall. A serpentine belt system keeps all those modern components installed tight up against the block and up front there's a big radiator fitted with two Summit Racing fans to keep it the whole show nice and cool. This powerful small-block runs great, with endless reserves of torque on tap at any speed and the custom Flowmaster-style dual exhaust system sounds awesome and dumps just past the rear axle. It's backed by a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission feeding a stout 12-bolt rear end, hanging on the heavy-duty coil spring suspension that features nitro gas shocks and drop spindles that set the stance. Power steering, sway bars, and power 4-wheel disc brakes ensure a great driving experience every time out, and they help this C10 plant all that extra power. That lowered stance looks exactly right, hunkered down on those gorgeous black-and-chrome bullet-hole wheels wrapped in thick 255/65/16 General Grabber blackwall radials all around.

Fast, fun, and stylish, this dialed-in C10 truck offers an incredible look and heavy-duty hardware all for a very reasonable price. Call today!

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Chevrolet C10
  • Listing ID:CC-1550946
  • Price:$38,995
  • Location:Ft Worth, Texas
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:C10
  • Exterior Color:Orange
  • Interior Color:Gray
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:4848
  • Stock Number:5211-DFW
  • VIN:CS147S124811

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