1966 Chevrolet C10 Short Bed Mileage - Unknown - Truck was restored
before I purchased it. Odometer reads ~66K but not accurate. I
don't know who did the restoration or when it was done. Paint is
good. No dents or damage anywhere. One very small spot of rust just
starting on the body at the lower left corner of the cab. There's
some rust on the underside of the cab that has been partially
patched - not by me. Starts and runs great. It starts on the
coldest (single digit) days in the winter. I've also driven it in
very hot weather (90's) and it does not overheat. Interior also
restored. Tires are good and no weather cracking. I don't know how
many miles are on them as they were on when I purchased. Engine -
Chevy 350 V8 - I don't know miles on the engine. I'm not a
mechanic, but a mechanic friend thinks the engine is from the late
1970s. It has a Quadrajet Carb with electric choke. The parts
mentioned for the tune-up below line up with a 1978 350 V8 in a
Chevy pick-up or Suburban. It runs strong, doesn't knock, no noise
and does not smoke. I'm not afraid to drive it anywhere - it's
dependable. Transmission - 3 speed automatic. Shifts smoothly. No
power brakes or steering. Updates I've done: Relocated gas tank
from inside cab to under bed in rear. 2021 Installed 3-point safety
belts. 2021 New glove box. 2021 Replace heater/defroster duct
piping. 2021 New starter - July 22 New battery - July 22 New plugs
& plug wires New distributor cap and rotor
1966 Chevrolet C10
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