1977 Chevrolet C10 truck with an 8 foot bed. Truck has not been
driven on the road since the eighties. I did some work to the
engine and brakes to get them working. Truck is mostly original
except what's not. Engine is a 350 cubic inch with quadrajet four
barrel carburetor. Was told by previous owner it's a four bolt main
motor, but I have not confirmed that. Engine is running good with
no leaks. It's got a four core radiator with new antifreeze mixed
with distilled water with no leaks. It's got the Turbo 400
transmission with short tail shaft. Mostly original blue paint with
blue interior. Seat is pretty nice with no large tears. Dash looks
good but dash pad has cracks. Truck sits on Buick rally wheels. The
bias ply tires hold air, but have very large cracks in the side
walls. Gas tank is very rusty with large hole. Truck is now running
fine from gas can on passenger floor. I think I have the original
jack for truck. Plenty of patina on this truck if that's your
thing. Soap and water would make this truck look a lot better. I
replaced the battery and truck starts good. You could build your
own "Farm Truck", restore to its original beauty or with some work
drive with its natural patina. Truck is located in East Haddam, CT.
I have the truck's title and what I believe is the original build
sheet for truck. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at
our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a
showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1977 Chevrolet C10
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