All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. Lately everyone wants to talk about old trucks. Here's one worth a little discussion. It is a great looking 1970 Chevrolet C10 with a bundle of nice features including a 350ci V8 engine with a 4-speed Muncie transmission. It all makes for a classic truck that looks great and offers more fun than you might expect. This C10 has a straight and rust-free body that you don't always see in these trucks. It looks great with its nice red paint and shiny chrome. There are also a few mild custom touches. These include tasteful pinstriping, a louvered hood, and a louvered visor. You may also note the matching 6-lug wheels along with the frenched power antenna. The bed has a protective carpet and stainless accents along with a nice Berlin tonneau cover. The dual exhaust also adds to the look (and the sound). The engine is a mildly built 350 cubic inch Chevy. It has a larger cam, roller rocker arms, Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold, and Holley 4-barrel carburetor. There is also an HEI distributor and Hedman headers. The engine has plenty of zip, and with the Muncie 4-speed manual transmission, it gives a spirited drive. Still, the truck feels solid and smooth, without a bunch of suspension squeaks or rattles. The power steering and power brakes work great too. The interior has been redone in black and red. The seat, door panels, dash pad, and headliner were all covered in matching fabric. The dash has a full set of factory gauges, all of which work properly, along with a tachometer. There is also a tilt column which can be very nice in these old trucks. The wipers, heater, horn, and emergency brake all work properly, while the sound system uses a basic AM/FM/cassette stereo. There are also halo headlights for a little bling. This really is a nice pickup, and a great example of the second generation C10. It stands out from the crowd but still has a clean look, and gives the driver a good reason to take the long way home. It also represents a good investment as old trucks continue to appreciate. Think you've got a garage space for this one?