The second generation C/K trucks built from 1967-1972 not only came with a new nickname, “Action Line” it also began to add comfort and convenience items of those in a passenger car, something that trucks lacked due to being strictly for work purposes before. The second-generation trucks have become very popular amongst collectors for their great styling. Something that 1967 trucks that the later ones did not was the small rear window. There were several engine and transmission options during this time frame as well. The unique thing about this great example we are offering here is this is a West Coast Truck came from California and before that Washington just recently brought to Michigan. It is a pretty highly optioned vehicle that has been restored to a very good quality. The engine seems to be a very strong and fresh 350 V8 mated to a healthy automatic transmission. This a CST optioned truck with a high quality black exterior and interior. This truck garners tons of attention and is ready for your local car show or cruise. It starts, sounds and goes down the road as good as it looks.