Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present for sale,
on consignment, this amazing 1970 Chevrolet C-10 Stepside! With
slightly more tire contact patch on the rear tires than your
average truck, traction is not a problem with this one! Something
needs to be able to back up the noticeable tubs in the bed and that
wicked bed mounted roll bar that continues into the cab through a
Lexan rear window. That's why a big block 427 cubic inch was chosen
to mesh with a Turbo 400 3 speed automatic transmission and
transfer the power through a Mopar 8 3/4 inch rear end. The candy
apple red paint is so deep and rich that you'd think it was still
drying. Inside, the candy apple red paint continues and blends
superbly with the black cloth and vinyl interior. Features include
AM/FM/Cassette Radio, Power Steering, Door Poppers, Seat Belts,
Radial Tires, Racing Aluminum Wheels, Posi-Traction, Shaved Door
Handles, Frenched Power Antenna, Recessed Fuel Neck w/ Trap Door,
Roll Pan with Corvette Taillights, Adjustable 4 Link Suspension
with Coilovers and Twin Holley 600 Carbs. This truck is ready to
rule the streets or decimate those at the track who have the guts
to line up next to it. Call our helpful sales staff today to get
the process of purchasing this monster started!
1970 Chevrolet C10
Exterior Color:Candy Apple Red
Interior Color:Candy Apply Red and Black
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