Cruisin' Classics is proud to present to you this 1967 Chevrolet C10 Pickup. It is a short bed, and a one year only truck. The 1967 was the first of the very popular 67-72 body style. The 67's are very sought after, as they are the only year this body style to not have side marker lights and the option of the small rear window. It is a very solid truck, originally from Oregon. The engine is very healthy, and has a great sound. The transmission shifts as it should. This truck was updated using a later model front suspension to give it power disc brakes as well as 5 lug. The American Racing wheels give it the perfect iconic hot rod truck stance. Now, let's dive a little further into the details.
The Mileage is 25,303 which is not actual.
Great Sounding Small Block Chevy
4 Barrel Carburetor
Polished Valve Covers
Chrome Air Breather
Power Disc Brakes Up Front
Minor Flaws From Age
White Painted Bumpers
Hugger Orange Paint
Small Window Cab
Seat Covered (Original Underneath)
Overall this is a great driver quality truck that would do well at local cruise in's and is perfect for a weekend cruiser that is still able to be used as a truck. The engine and transmission function just as they should, and the engine has a great sound to it. The interior is just as work trucks were in the day, basic. But great condition. The exterior paint is older and in driver quality with minor chips and cracking to be expected. The cab mounts, inner and outer rockers are in good condition as well. The underside of the truck is just what you would expect from a truck that lived it's life out west.