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Make: Chevrolet
Model: C-10
Type: Pickup (Truck)
Doors: 2
Year: 1967
Mileage: 559
Color: Orange
Engine: 454 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1967 Chevrolet C-10 Additional Info:

This 1967 Chevrolet pickup is a great example of small things making a big difference. Perfect stance, cool two-tone paint, and a subtle de-badging are the only notable changes, but the thing just looks fast, doesn't it? Of course it has the power to back up the look plus an attractive interior that continues the theme, making this one of the coolest early C10s we've seen in a while.These trucks are red hot right now, and the custom look on this one gives it a muscle car crouch that's incredibly appealing. Combined with the two-tone paint job, it makes everyone do a double-take the moment they see it, and then they seem drawn in to see what else on the truck was upgraded. As it turns out, the original shape looks pretty darned good, even fifty years later, and the trick paint really highlights the details like the molding that runs around the fender lips and the crease down the center of the hood. Paint with a lot of pearl and metallic in it is extremely hard to get right and this truck's surface has an even gloss and good coverage so there's none of the blotchiness that you see on lesser paint jobs. The steel underneath does its part to make everything look good, and it all fits together quite nicely. A few chrome pieces add contrast, including shiny front and rear bumpers, a neatly detailed grille with color-matched highlights, and, of course, a pair of LED taillights. The bed has a traditional wood floor that is beautifully refinished and includes stainless rub strips just in case you might want to use it for cargo (yeah, I didn't think so).The tan leather bench seat has a custom look with unique stitching that echoes the original without duplicating it. Matching door panels were probably custom made just for this truck to get the colors to match and the floors were covered in chocolate brown carpet to help give it a more luxurious feel. There's even a custom cover on the dash, which features a matching orange instrument panel and glove box lid that look fantastic, tying the truck together rather nicely. Factory gauges include a relatively rare tachometer in the center, as well as a three-spoke steering wheel that was the right choice for this muscle truck. Entertainment comes from an upgraded AM/FM stereo that fits neatly in the center of the dash and feeds speakers stashed throughout the passenger compartment and a new Vintage Air A/C system keeps it nice and cool.A 454 cubic inch V8 is a neat fit under the hood, and with mountainous torque on tap performance is entertaining in the relatively lightweight pickup. It wears the usual chrome dress-up parts, but the focus was on performance, so it also includes a 4-barrel carburetor up top, beautiful ceramic-coated long-tube headers, and a deep-breathing cam inside. The shiny air cleaner and valve covers suggest that it was designed for show, but things like that giant radiator, a serpentine belt drive system, and power steering and brakes mean that it was built for the street, which is where it really shines. A TH400 3-speed automatic transmission certainly helps in that regard, feeding the original rear end which has 3.55 gears inside and hangs on lowering springs for that perfect stance. The exhaust system snakes around the frame and terminates in tips hidden in the rear fender wells, and extra wide Rally wheels are fitted with fat 275/60/15 BFGoodrich rubber. A very cool truck with great attention to detail will always find a new home quickly. And at this price, this one surely won't last long, so give us a call today!