Introduced in 1960, the Chevrolet C/K series pickup was
manufactured through model year 2000 and many continue to be
American full-size workhorses today. This 2-owner CST-10 model was
'top-of-the-line' for 1970 (original owner - 45 years). This
classic rock solid � ton was fully restored in 2017. The body was
refinished in 2-tone Rally Green Metallic/White and all chrome is
in good condition. The CST-10 strikes a great stance on GM rally
wheels w/centers and rings that mount 15" BFG Radial T/A tires.
Inside the cab, a reupholstered vinyl bench seat, door cars w/faux
wood inserts, custom alloy spoke wheel and nice dash are all in
very good condition. Features include cold A/C, full gauge package,
tilt alloy spoke wheel, tinted glass and AM sound system (needs
TLC). This CST-10 is powered by a rebuilt 350ci small-block that is
fitted with an aluminum intake, Holley four-barrel carb and mild
street cam. It sounds exactly as you might imagine through Chevy
'rams horn' exhaust manifolds and custom dual exhaust. The 'Mouse'
is backed by a 700R4 3-speed/OD automatic transmission. A detailed
chassis is fitted with power steering, power disc/drum brakes
w/dual master and a recently installed new battery. There is a lot
of fun and hard work left in this CST-10. Take it home and enjoy
the ride. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1970 Chevrolet C10
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Rally Green Metallic
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