This 1966 Chevy K20 4x4 Pickup is a cool find. What you have here is the old school truck sitting on a Modern Drivetrain so it is a much nicer ride and much nicer handling as well. The truck itself came from Southern California and it had a super clean body that they put new paint on that looks excellent! They also put a new oak bed in the box. Porters Precision in California did most of the restoration on this truck. They left the interior pretty original but did recover the seat and added the wood steering wheel.
The drivetrain on this truck is from a 1990 Suburban so it is much nicer to drive this vehicle than a true 66 would be. It drives down the road excellent and cruises 75-80 no problem. It is a 3/4 Ton with 14 Bolt Rear Axle and 10 Bolt Front Axle. The Transmission is a 700R4 Automatic and has B & M lockup Controller for the OD which makes it more fuel efficient. The Transfer Case is a NP241C. The engine is a crate 350 with a Quadrajet Carb. It has HEI Ignition, Headers with Dual Exhaust, and Edelbrock Aluminum Intake. Some other options include Power Steering, Power Front Disc Brakes, and Tilt.
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