Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to present this 1967
Chevrolet C10 short bed. The 1960's brought revolutionary change to
Chevy C10 and GMC light-duty trucks, and by 1967 the second phase
in the series of Chevy C10 and GMC trucks arrived with a classic
Harry Bradley design that has never faded from popularity. The
small-window cab for 1967 Chevy C10 trucks was a pet feature of
Harry Bradley, and he wanted the small-window cab to give the
driver and passenger the feel of riding in a hot coupe-something
like a 1932 Ford three-window coupe. For 1967 Chevy C10 trucks and
GMC trucks the "big-window" option was called the Panoramic rear
window and was available at no additional cost. Interestingly in
today's classic truck market, the 1967 Chevy C10 trucks with a
small-window cab are more in demand than 1967 Chevy C10 trucks with
a Panoramic rear window. This "small-window", short bed C10 is
finished in blue and white with over black upholstery and powered
by a replacement 350 CID V8 paired with a 4-speed automatic
transmission. The interior features a body-colored dashboard as
well as a bench seat upholstered in black with blue accents.
Interior amenities include power steering, a Vintage Air A/C
system, AM/FM radio and seatbelts. The aftermarket leather-wrapped
steering wheel fronts a 100-mph speedometer, a tachometer and
auxiliary gauges that include fuel level, battery voltage, water
temperature, oil and vacuum pressure. The original factory
inline-six was replaced with a 350 CID V8 (reportedly overhauled
under previous ownership) and features several polished pieces such
as the brake booster, power steering pump, A/C compressor, and
Edelbrock intake. This motor also has upgrades such as Hedman long
tube headers with Flowmaster mufflers and dual exhaust tips.
Additional equipment includes 20" polished aluminum wheels wrapped
in radial tires, front disc brakes, power steering, a wood-lined
bed along with chrome front and rear bumpers, bright side trim,
dual side-view mirrors and red bow tie badges.
1967 Chevrolet Pickup
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