This reportedly rust-free 1966 Chevrolet C10 is powered by a rebuilt 454ci big-block V8 backed by a new 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. Features include power steering, power front disc brakes, a tilt steering column, a digital AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo, a relocated fuel tank, and a Dakota Digital gauge cluster. Finished in a white and red two-tone over a black vinyl interior, this C10 is available now and comes with a bill of sale and Georgia registration in the seller's name. A title is not included.
The exterior was refinished two years ago in red with a white upper cab area. Features include chrome bumpers, a color-matched grille with an LED headlight conversion, new exterior lighting, new dual mirrors, full-length bodyside trim, a lined fleetside bed, and white tailgate lettering.
A set of 15-inch American Racing wheels is wrapped in 275/60 Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires in the front and 275/60 Goodyear Eagle GTII radial tires in the rear.
The bench seat is upholstered in black vinyl. Features include power steering, power brakes, manual windows, a new CPP (Classic Performance Products) tilt steering column with an automatic shifter, a new three-spoke Forever Sharp steering wheel with a wood grip, new sun visors, and an AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo with new kick panels and speakers.
A set of analog Dakota Digital gauges that includes a 160-mph speedometer, an 8K-rpm tachometer, and readouts for the fuel level, voltage, coolant temperature, and oil pressure is located ahead of the driver. The digital odometer reads 63,337 miles but the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.
Power is provided by a rebuilt 454ci big-block V8 and backed by a new 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. Features include a new Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor with an electric choke, an open-element air cleaner, a manual fan, and an electric fan. Additional features include new power steering lines, new coolant hoses, new transmission lines, a new Speedway Motors wiring harness, and a quick battery disconnect.
This C10 was factory-equipped with an independent front suspension and a solid rear drive axle. Braking is provided by power front discs and rear drums. A full-length dual exhaust system exits at the rear. The original fuel tank has been removed from the cab and a new fuel tank has been mounted at the rear of the frame, under the bed, along with new fuel lines.