Here's a pickup that's been upgraded to be more versatile and powerful with plenty of flair added into the mix. So you should already be attracted to this 1968 Chevrolet C10 before you even see the affordable price.
Only the right truck can wear a bright yellow like this. It's a confidence hue that draws attention with its electricity, and once people take notice of the body, they will start to pick up on the cool upgraded appearance, too. Up front, the marker lights have been deleted and the mirror-like chrome bumper has no bolts showing, which gives this a very slick first impression. The smooth image continues along the sides where the only trim of note is the added Chevy cross flags emblem for the V8. Plus, those large 18-inch Ridler alloys give this Chevy a cool custom stance. It all ends with clear taillight lenses and a custom rear bumper that highlights the center dual exhaust. But a cool pickup like this still knows how to get to work. That's why you have a spray-in bedliner and bed extender cage.
The custom look continues on the inside where the red and black door panels do a nice job of matching the black dash with the red toggle switches. There are comfortable features like the cloth cover for the seat and an upgrade to an AM/FM/CD stereo. But this is really a driver's truck. You know that the moment you slip behind the later-model factory wheel and gaze at the full instrument panel that's dominated by the AutoMeter tach mounted in the center. Plus, you're right hand will never want to leave the B&M shifter.
The 350 cubic-inch small block earns the flags you saw on the fender with performance upgrades such as the dual K&N air grabber and Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. This also helps make a nice growl out of the dual exhaust. But what you really notice about the engine bay is the Jim Beam bottle used as an overflow for the newer aluminum radiator. It's a bit of outlaw fun that really sets the mood for the whole pickup. This feels good on the road thanks to the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. These C10s are also desirable for their trailing arm rear suspension, which has been further enhanced on this one with a sway bar.
So you've got a great driving classic pickup with a great custom appearance. No, we didn't make a mistake on the price, and so you know how quick you have to be to take this deal home. Call today!!!