GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1971 Chevrolet Cheyenne Super 10 C10 Pickup for purchase. Chevrolet has been designing and building pickup trucks since 1924. Over the years “C” referred to two wheel drive trucks and “K” referred to four wheel drive trucks. 1967 introduced the second generation of trucks and went through 1972. Up until this point General Motors had produced a vehicle for one purpose, solely to be used as a work truck. GM was now looking to add convenience features to make for a more comfortable ride. The new generation of trucks were built with coil spring trailing arm rear suspension, which created a much smoother ride than the traditional leaf springs. Since hard work has always been the primary purpose for them, classic trucks in great condition are great finds whether to drive as stock specifications or customize in to a really cool cruiser.
This truck was acquired from Montana. The truck remains in very good condition and handles well. It is powered by a v8 paired with an automatic transmission. Highlights include cab lights, Edelbrock aluminum intake and 4 barrel carburetor, headers, power brakes and power steering, nice chrome and 15 inch factory steel wheels with new hubcaps. The exterior shines and shows well and the interior looks great and was well taken care off.
This truck is mechanically sound and can be driven with confidence. Vintage Chevy trucks are in high demand. Their overall build quality has withstood the test of time and still has much to offer in style, drivability, and utility. An example such as this is no exception and will offer enjoyment for years to come.