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For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet C10 in Morgantown, Pennsylvania

Vehicle Description

1967 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

Although the C10 most commonly identifies as the half-ton, short-bed pickup, it came in different styles. The C10 featured a 115-inch wheelbase for the pickup equipped with the 6.5-foot bed and a 127-inch wheelbase for models with the 8-foot bed. Chevy sold pickups as a chassis and cab that required buyers to custom-fit their choice of beds. Other styles featured the Fleetside, or flat panel cargo box, and the Stepside, which had the rear wheels outside the bed and a step mounted between the cab and wheel wells. C10 models also included a panel truck and the Suburban sport utility vehicle.

Here at Classic Auto Mall on consignment is this mildly modified Chevrolet C10 pickup from 1967. Painted over 8 years ago and the beneficiary of a partial frame off restoration this former Georgia truck has endured its years with minimal rust and is a looker and a cooker. Now with a reworked late model V8, shaved rear bumper, lots of mechanical repairs and upgrades and an interior update from a newer GMC pickup are just a few of the tasks performed on this custom. Truly unique, truly cool, and quite the runner, all buttoned up and ready for the big dance, and to put a smile on a new owner's face.

Starting up front we are met with the new for '67 rectangular C10 front end with outboard round headlights and split grille assembly with integral parking lenses in the lower section and a shiny like new bumper below. Yes, the body is all red, clean, and shaved of any badging that may have existed. Just a few inclusions and touchup for the straight steel panels are seen along with some areas where the paint was applied too dry. All good though with nice gaps, black trimmings for window surrounds and a simple chrome mirror hanging from the driver's door. The rear cargo area is looking good with a plastic drop in bedliner and a rubber mat for extra protection. The rear bumper has been shaved and the original taillights are flanking either side of the tailgate. Deep dish 6 lug 15-inch aluminum wheels wrapped in 275/60R15 Cooper Cobra black walls finish out the package nicely.

Nice door panels in black vinyl and painted red metal with shiny chrome door actuators and window cranks pave the way for your entry into the cab. Here you'll find the traditional long bench seat replaced with charcoal leather bucket seats courtesy of a newer GMC pickup. These present in very nice shape with only normal age wear from careful use. The original dash has been retained and displays with a duo of round gauges and smaller round insert with warning lights and the signal indicator. An aftermarket tachometer has been added to the original steering column. We note a radio delete panel in the center of the dash along with the climate control slides and black padded dash top adds some contrast to the interior upfront, as does the 2 spoke steering wheel in black. New black carpet floods the floors and the headliner is all metal and red, and as we move to the back of the cab, a rounded tinted glass window lets you see out back and check on the cargo when the tonneau is removed.

A rebuilt and bored .030 over circa 1986 350ci V8 is now installed and is fed by a 4bbl Edelbrock 600cfm carburetor through an aluminum intake manifold. This mill features a Melling high volume oil pump, Cloyes double roller timing chain, a 350/350 camshaft, and 2.02/1.60 valves in the heads. A rebuilt T5 5-speed manual with a new clutch, pressure plate, and throwout bearing is on back and a 12-bolt rear with 3.73 gears is the rear axle setup. Looking good under this hood with new belts, hoses, and fan shroud, heater core, and heavy-duty water pump.

From the engine we see dual feeding clean piping to Cherrybomb exhausts, drum brakes on all 4 corners, and independent coil springs for front and trailing arm with coil springs on the back. Some slight surface rust underneath, but well cared for and structurally sound. We note a new fuel tank and lines as well as a new driveshaft, U-joints, carrier bearing and a rebuilt power steering box

It took to the test track like a fish in water, where it showed good acceleration from the 350ci and 4bbl, smooth braking, tight handling, and even a smooth ride at a cruising speed. All fine for the test drive.

Some snazzy and much welcomed modifications for this truck, shaving the chrome looks nice with the theme, and some black accenting does it solid. The interior is good, late model seats, weather stripping, glass, and 5 speed on the floor, and we are ready to go haul...some ass!

1-1/2 Ton
A-Atlanta, GA Assy Plant
119260-Sequential Unit Number

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Chevrolet C10
  • Listing ID: CC-1583243
  • Price: $29,000
  • Location:Morgantown, Pennsylvania
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:C10
  • Exterior Color:Red
  • Interior Color:Charcoal
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:765
  • Stock Number:3806
  • VIN:CE147A119260
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