Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is excited to digitally present
this sharp 1977 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup Truck. This is one cool
truck! Short bed square body chevys are getting harder to find
every day. This truck even has a wood grain bed! The silver paint
makes this one pop along with the chrome grill and bumpers. The
Silverado c10 has a roll pan rear bumper, and the 'Chevrolet'
lettering on the tailgate has been painted black which compliments
the silver paint well. This beast is sitting on P225/70/R15 cooper
cobra radial G/T tires with some polished aluminum wheels that
scream muscle! It has the Silverado 10 emblems on the sides of the
truck near the hood that really pop as well. This truck includes
pictures of the building process and it appears that the owner has
done a lot of work at some point in the vehicles' life. It appears
to have a newer GM 350 crate engine with a set of headers that
leads to an axle dumped exhaust that has a good roar. The engine is
mated to the popular 3 speed automatic turbo 350 transmission. Some
options on the truck include power brakes, an edlebrock intake,
chrome alternator bracket, and power steering. The interior
includes a black cloth bench seat, an aftermarket grant steering
wheel, a pro tach tachometer mounted above the dash, and a water
temperature gauge. If you are looking for an old short bed square
body truck don't look past this one!
1977 Chevrolet Silverado
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