- Engine Size
- 350 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- Body Color
- Interior Color
- Black & Gray
BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED CHEVY C10 SHORTBED PICKUP!!!
This 1971 Chevy C10 Custom Deluxe ShortBed Pickup is beautifully restored 5 + years ago and is still in excellent condition. This truck has some nice options like AC, Power Steering, and Power Front Disc Brakes. The truck looks excellent in person and drives excellent too!! The body on this C10 is really really nice and it looks like it has all of the original body panels with the exception of the outer rockers being replaced, which is very common on these trucks. The truck was Ziebarted when new which is probably why it stayed in such nice condition. The paint is gorgeous and very shiny and straight. They replaced the upper and lower moldings when it was restored and it really sets off the look of this vehicle. The bed is line-xed and has a Tonneau Cover as well. All of the chrome and stainless is in excellent condition too. This is a truck you can drive or take to local car shows!! The Interior was also restored is very nice as well. The dash is uncut, had a new dash pad installed, and has comfortable seats from a later model truck.
The drivetrain on this truck is very strong and was rebuilt when it was restored. Unsure on how many miles exactly are on it, but it is not many because this was used as a nice day cruiser only in nice weather. This is a true V8 truck and it came with a 350 from the factory which it is still powered with. It is a pretty stock rebuild and still has a Qudra-Jet Carb. The Transmission is a Turbo 350 and it shifts nice. It has a factory 12 Bolt Rear End and all of the axles and and mechanicals were gone through as well. This is a wonderful driving truck and all of the lights, blinkers, horn, wipers are working. We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives.
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