The C60 came equipped with a Chevrolet 350 engine. There were very minor changes to the 1972 Chevy trucks. Available in a half-ton, three-fourths ton, and one-ton version, these trucks were identified as 10, 20, and 30, respectively. The interior has been completely redone and is as nice as the exterior. The cylinder heads used 70-cc combustion chambers.
If you are looking for that one ride that will instantly become the envy of all your friends. The year 1968 marked the 50th anniversary of Chevrolet's first manufactured trucks. The only reason I'm selling this is that I'm losing my storage soon and must sell. Some skillfully performed modification has transformed the tailgate, leaving it with a clean, smooth surface and bracketed by a pair of dual-lensed taillights to provide a great aftermarket look. A host of trim packages emerged during this generation, and serve as rolling proof that some truck buyers indeed preferred their pickups to play as well as work. Dealership assumes no responsibility for any repairs needed to the vehicle and it's the buyers sole responsibility for any repairs that might be needed. This is a one-family owned, hortbed, tepside C10.
Considered by many to be the first modern heavy-duty pickup, the 1973 Chevy C30 One-Ton Dually was the first dual rear wheel truck in the industry to have an available Crew Cab, with seating for up to six people. The Birth of a Legend: 1960-1966 So, what is a Chevy C10? It hasn't been messed with, utchered or lowered. These trucks rode very much like a long-wheelbase automobile due to the drop-center ladder frame and low-profile seats. A number of trucks introduced in 1968 also deployed the Chevy 307 in an effort to generate maximum power. Please check it out and don't miss out on this beauty. Also in 1971, the Cheyenne trim package became available.
Customer is encouraged to verify this information on their own, prior to purchase. It has a very small amount of rust on top of the rockers by the sill plates. Truck had a frame off restoration completed in 2007. Bucket seats were also available. The maximum power rating was 375 hp at 5,600 rpm.
If you're interested, lease bid. Call me at Ben anytime for information or to schedule an inspection. I drove this truck last night approx 30 miles. Because we advertise each vehicle with so many third-party affiliates, it is the customer's sole responsibility to verify the accuracy of the price with the dealer. For the 50 year Truck Anniversary, Chevy offered a white-gold-white paint scheme: white cab roof, gold body, and white rocker panels.
The truck is set up for Air Conditioning and does have Power. The wood in the bed of the truck is still in perfect condition, nothing has been put in it since the restoration. In 1961, Chevy upsized the 327 cubic inch engine to 350 cubic inch displacement that netted 195 to 200 horsepower. All four-wheel drive models were equipped with leaf springs on both the front and rear axles. On the other hand, the Fleetside looked more linear with a flat panel cargo box. The 1972 Chevy C10 Fleetside is considered by some Chevy enthusiasts to be one of the best-looking Chevrolet trucks ever manufactured.
There is no Buy It Now. That theme continues underneath, where if you take a look at the photos you'll see how clean and solid this 50-year old pickup is. Truck only has a couple hundred miles on it since restoration and has been garage kept and covered. A year later in 1985, the Chevrolet pickups received another redesign for the front end and had a sportier appearance. Today, this generation of Chevrolet C10 and K10 are some of the most loved collector trucks extant, and for good reason.
With a magnetic color gracing its curved form and a strong, capable drivetrain standing ready, this 1968 Chevrolet C10 Stepside is a rare find that's as much fun to take out on the road as it is to just sit back and admire while at a standstill. You'll also find an awesome V design on the vinyl seat and door panels and carbon fiber touches throughout. Chevy kept the 396 label due to its widely recognized name. Call today, we can assist with arranging financing and shipping. This engine was capable of producing 155 horsepower at 4,200 rpm and a torque of 235 pound-feet at 1,600 rpm. It got a longer, wider F-body and maintained its unibody structure, front subframe, A-arm front suspension and leaf springs on the rear axle - similar to the previous generation - but with lots of cosmetic upgrades and increased noise reduction.
I don't have time to drive it and it needs to be driven and taken out to car shows. For the rear, the truck featured leaf springs rather than coil springs and finned rear brake drums. You'll find no badging or trim on its sides, so the color is really allowed to take center stage - and it's very much up to the task with its even, liquidy shine that follows you around as you survey this venerable truck. In 1978, Chevy offered a 5. The C10 came equipped with the 1968 Chevy big block engine with a displacement of 402 cubic inches.
For the exterior, important updates include a double-walled pickup box made of steel and rust-resistant body and sheet metal. Dealership is not responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties. The 402 was a V8 engine. It has the original dash pad, hich is very nice, ith no cracks. I included pictures of these. It looks like it had the seat recovered at one time with a cheaper seat cover. Vehicle information is provided by the consignor current owner of the vehicle, and while we do perform a visual and safety inspection of the vehicle upon arrival, we can make no warranty, guarantee or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, or reliability of such information.