Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1965
Chevrolet C10. The 60-66 C/K series of pickups were revolutionary
for Chevrolet as they were the first line of pickups not based on
the A platform but a new one all it's own. New innovations like
front control arm independent suspension and a drop-center frame
ensured popularity in the market. This beautiful 65 is actually a
C10 body on a � ton K10 frame and is a sight to behold in its
bright red paint job sitting high on its polished aluminum 8 lug
wheels with Mickey Thompson tires. As you walk around this truck
you notice nice details like the hot spray bed liner with diamond
plate floor and complete trim pieces around the body. Check out the
interior and you'll feel taken back in time with its custom dual
color upholstered bench seat with diamond quilted pattern. The dash
is painted in bright red to match the body and the steering wheel
has a great feel to it. Under the hood is a 292 cubic inch inline 6
and according to the owner has been recently rebuilt. The
transmission is a 3 speed manual plus a granny gear and with the
low range 4x4 transfer case imagine the places you could go! If
you're looking for a classic pickup to attract a crowd this is the
one you want to own! Options include seat belts, cloth interior,
and aluminum wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ tires.
1965 Chevrolet C10
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