This big-window 1967 Chevrolet C10 pickup underwent a pro-touring
style full restoration with less than 1,000 miles since completion.
It is powered by a stock rebuilt 454ci V8 engine with a mild cam
and FiTech fuel injection mated to a 3-speed TH400 automatic
transmission. The engine is cooled by an aluminum radiator with
dual electric fans and is equipped with stainless steel Hooker
headers and dual exhaust dumped under the bed. A polished billet
serpentine system drives all the accessories, which include air
conditioning and power steering. The battery has been relocated
under the bed with remote jumper lugs mounted under the hood. A
Boyd billet fuel tank with an internal fuel pump is also located
under the bed with access through the bed floor. It sits on a
RideTech coilover suspension with CPP drop spindles, tubular
control arms and trailing arms with stopping power from CPP 4-wheel
disc brakes with a Hydro-Boost assisted Wilwood master cylinder.
The 12-bolt differential with reinforced cover was narrowed and the
rear wheel wells were widened to accept the 20-inch American Racing
multi-piece forged wheels with black centers wrapped in Nitto
tires. The interior features leather-covered Buddy bucket seats and
door panels, along with Vintage Air, a custom sound system with
Bluetooth receiver and custom subwoofer enclosure. **SOLD ON BONDED
1967 Chevrolet C10
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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