1967 Chevrolet C10 Pickup Truck
Although the C10 most commonly identifies as the half-ton, short-bed pickup, it came in different styles. The C10 featured a 115-inch wheelbase for the pickup equipped with the 6.5-foot bed and a 127-inch wheelbase for models with the 8-foot bed. Chevy sold pickups as a chassis and cab that required buyers to custom fit their choice of beds. Other styles featured the Fleetside, or flat panel cargo box, and the Stepside, which had the rear wheels outside the bed and a step mounted between the cab and wheel wells. C10 models also included a panel truck and the Suburban sport utility vehicle.
For consignment a “worker bee” restored, pickup, with some patina, some dents and dings, and some wear, but hey it's a pickup, and it's a worker that runs great, and is ready to turn heads, and haul lumber, or hay, or dirt, or you get the idea! We offer you this 67 C10 in green.
A Green respray covers all steel body parts, which are straight, and showing some working activity has been performed with this truck, as we note some scratching, and overall patina. A white bumper upfront, and a diamond plate replacement on the rear, and displaying some rusting on the corners of this bumper. The simple grille, and headlight surrounds are also in white and in good condition. Badging is all correct, and trim and handles, mirrors, etc. have the beginnings of slight dimpling. A bed has a liner installed and is in overall good condition. Black wall tires have a hub capped bowtie logo in red in the center, within a white field.
Some customization in the form of two-tone green broadcloth inserts and vinyl bolstered high back buckets have been installed. These flank a custom center console-come-jump seat. This is all black vinyl covered cushions. Looking forward to the dash oak panels have been inserted into the exterior matching green metal dash. These panels cover the instrument cluster, aftermarket AM/FM Cassette radio, and glovebox door. A two-tone headliner in green and black is hanging tightly above, and rubber protects the floors. Hurst provides the shifter which protrudes proudly from the center.
Nicely done under the hood, with a restored engine bay, sitting within is a shiny 283ci V8 topped with a single 4-barrel Holley carburetor, and backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. Headers, orange painted block, and matte black valve covers are just a few of the highlights under the hood. A small area of paint has been stripped off behind the master cylinder, probably due to a fluid leak.
A very slight presence of surface rust is present on areas of the frame and suspension, but mostly unremarkable. Structurally sound, and no reason for concern under here. Independent front suspension and 4 link rear suspension, a 12-bolt rear, drum brakes all around, and glass pack mufflers, allow the truck's engine to produce some noise.
Overall, a nicely done project, with patina, use markings, and age spots (if you will), and custom interior installed, and we are ready to drive up to the barn and drop off a load of hay WITH some horses.
4-Pickup With Cab & Bed
B-Baltimore MD Assy Plant
150242-Sequential Unit Number