Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is proud to feature this 1975
Chevrolet C10. Ask yourself this; Do you like old trucks? Do you
like fast old trucks? Do you like fast old trucks with built big
blocks? Look no further.This 75' embodies and sets the standard of
"not to be messed with" in so many ways after you get reeled in
with the glossy black paint job which shows very well while helping
show off the chrome/machined wheels wrapped in performance radial
tires. This monster Chevy is built with all the right stuff
featuring a 489 stroker big block V8 under the hood putting down in
excess of 500 horsepower through a built TH400 3-Speed Automatic
transmission with manual valve body. All this power is sent back to
a DTS 12 bolt rear end which features 4:11 gears, Strange axle
shafts and a limited slip differential to push lateral force to the
ground through the 28x18 Mickey Thompson Sportsman radials. The
rest of this truck has also had updates added to it such as QA1
adjustable coilovers, 4-wheel disc brakes, a billet aluminum
serpentine belt setup, a bed mounted fuel cell with electric fuel
pump, and a kill switch to make sure your battery stays up to par
between seasons making this truck ready to go from the time it
arrives in your driveway. Don't miss your chance to be in the
drivers seat of a true monster that represents the bowtie like no
other. Call today to see how you can be the next proud owner!
1975 Chevrolet C10
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