This 1969 Chevrolet K10 Stepside is upgraded with a tall 4x4
stance, a sleek style, and big block V8 power. It all makes for the
kind classic for those whose weakened plans can be anything from
camping at the lake to cars & coffee.
The green shade on this truck has a vintage style but a modern
vividness. It's a more recent application with a glossy finish
that's highlighted further by deleted badging to really make sure
the body panels are showcased. After all, a smoother look is ideal
to show off the rounded fender look of a stepside pickup.
Brightwork in places like chrome bumpers and grille join the paint
to give a shining total package. But what you may just love showing
off the most is the real lumber of the truck bed. That clean wood
always looks distinctive and gives this classic pickup a
The green returns inside on the doors and dash, and now it's
complemented by a tastefully contrasting black. And you can also
tell they made recent investments here, like the well-done bench
seat, matching door panel inserts, nice carpeting, and a smooth
dash pad. There are even cool details like the 4x4 instructions on
the glovebox. Because this was also built to be a cruiser, you have
the right upgrades, like a grippy Chevy sports steering wheel,
clean/clear gauges, and auxiliary readouts under the dash.
The engine bay shows off how there has been a solid investment
all-around this truck. The 454 cubic-inch V8 has a tidy and clean
presentation. The motor has a time capsule look, right down to the
black air cleaner with Keep Your GM car all GM decal. But if you
dig a little deeper, you'll also spot well-integrated upgrades,
like how this inhales with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and
exhales with power and rumble from headers feeding the dual
exhaust. This was upgraded to 4x4 status later in life, and it
includes a two-speed transfer case, Skyjacker Hydro 7000 shocks,
and large off-road tires. Plus you've got solid cruising features
such as power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a
three-speed automatic transmission.
Titled as a C10, this truck was converted to a 4x4. This is the
classic 4x4 that is made to look sharp, feel comfortable, and stay
quite capable. So it has some great all-around appeal that you'll
want to get your hands on. Call now!