Extra straight, extra clean, and extra dark, this 1971 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne has a crisp and correct presentation than its affordable price may suggest.
You know these C10s are red hot right now so when someone has taken the time to get it looking this nice, you'd think this was selling for well above $30K. Black is an easy color to love, but it can only be applied to the best vehicles. It's even tougher for a pickup because they've typically spent part of their life as a workhorse. So, it's worth taking a few moments to enjoy how amazing this shade of midnight looks on the amazingly straight body. And we know you love the wood-style trim that was reserved for the top-of-the-line Cheyenne C10s back in the day. Plus, shiny chrome bumpers and even shinier 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels make the total package look terrific. But as good as it looks, this one is still ready for genuine truck duty. After all the long bed is not only a distinctive standout, but also it can carry larger loads. And there's a trailer hitch on the back to make this the coolest vehicle to tow the toys.
Inside is great original comfort, all set in a muscle car-like deep black. The seat and all the panels have the crisp feeling of a recent investment. Plus, there's more of that'60s-cool wood applique on the door panels. And speaking of the door panels, the western-style texture was originally a distinct feature for these upper-level Cheyennes. So it's great to see it still present today on both the doors and the seat. But more than just getting the details right, there is a freshness about the interior that tells you anything that wasn't up to standards was replaced with correct materials. That's why you'll enjoy hopping in at any time, grabbing the factory dual-spoke wheel, and effortlessly let the miles tick away.
Under the hood is a period-correct 350 cubic-inch V8. It looks terrific in the engine bay with the orange block boldly sitting within the dark engine bay. Plus, everything looks fresh and clean like a properly maintained classic should. And once again, the details are great with items like the “Keep your GM truck all GM” decal that people love to point out at the car shows. And If you look closely, you'll notice this stout V8 has some nice upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and a Holley intake. This means more performance for the streets and extra growl from the dual exhaust. So this is exactly the right kind of pickup to take cruising, and that's heightened even more by the C10's desirable trailing arm rear suspension. Plus, a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes create a terrific total package.
The sale comes complete with the factory buildsheet, owner's manual, and original warranty card. This is the classic Chevy pickup that delivers far more than its price suggests, so don't let value like this pass you by. Call today!!!