This 1971 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne Super is a very cool representation of a nicely restored factory pickup that's also received a healthy dose of aggression. After all, with the slick black paint, cold A/C interior, and serious big block power under the hood, this is exactly what you want in a muscle truck.
Slick black always looks terrific on a classic, and that's especially true for a pickup. The investment in this deep shine says the sheetmetal lived a much better life than its workhorse siblings. And because it's an upper-level Cheyenne Super it comes with some nice extra body chrome, including the upper and lower side accents. In fact, it still wears its factory-correct 70s-cool wood strip within the brightwork, and this premium design touch continues on the tailgate, too. This one has some nice added aggression from a wide set of rally wheels and the large dual exhaust tips, but nothing gets in the way of the C10's big chrome bumpers that give off a 10,000-watt smile. So the result is a pickup that commands attention without losing its vintage impression.
Inside the black and wood theme continues. This looks especially nice on the textured door panels and dash. But as you peek inside, you also can tell there was plenty invested in upgrading this pickup. The houndstooth inserts in the bench seat make this Cheyenne feel more like a Camaro. And so does the three-spoke sports steering wheel and SunPro auxiliary gauges. Plus, the stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/cassette deck. The sliding rear window provides the kind of old-school breezes you love in a classic pickup. And when you need extra cooling, the air conditioning is blowing nice and cold.
The reason for the extra aggression on the outside and Camaro-like presentation on the inside is because under the hood is some serious power. The engine bay is filled with a 454 cubic-inch big block V8. And more than just serious displacement, it inhales deeply from a Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as long tube headers feed the rumbling dual exhaust. As you inspect the engine bay, you'll also notice that this is more than just a great power package. It comes with all the right supporting components like serpentine belts, fresh hoses, and a large Champion aluminum radiator to help keep you running cool even in traffic with the A/C pumping. And this power with poise theme continues throughout the rest of the truck. After all, it's a fine driver with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and the '71 C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension.
This is the truck that looks great, sounds great, and feels great – and it's all offered for a great price. So don't miss out, call today!