A nice clean look, sensible upgrades, and plenty of horsepower make this 1967 Chevrolet C10 pickup a sure-fire winner. The engine is a 427 cubic inch Chevy V8, it's the desirable regular cab/short bed configuration, and everybody loves a black truck.
Repainted not too long ago, this one's holding up quite nicely. Not perfect, not a trailer queen, but a shiny silver truck that looks sleek on the road and shows well at the local cruise night. The late '60s Chevys are red hot right now, and we don't seem to be able to keep them in stock, making this silver short bed hauler a great opportunity. Panel fit and the finish quality are very good overall, with only a few signs of use which are to be expected on a truck that's going to get driven a lot. It hasn't been modified beyond shaving the emblems and it wasn't treated to garish stripes or other add-ons, letting the squared-off Chevy sheetmetal simply look its best, just the way the GM designers intended. The cowl-induction hood shows '427' emblems as a warning and it looks right on the aggressive pickup. A few chrome bits sparkle against the sleek silver paint, with good bumpers, shiny stainless window surrounds, and a cool red Bowtie emblem on the nose. Big, bold letters on the tailgate are a traditional pickup look and the bed itself has a spray-in bedliner that's tough enough to use as intended and the sheetmetal underneath isn't so perfect that you'll worry about it.
The interior is attractive and handsomely tailored and dressed in simple black. A 2-spoke steering wheel, perhaps borrowed from a late-model Chevy truck, adds a custom look to the interior, but for the most part it remains pretty stock. New carpets, door panels that match the seat covers, and a new dash pad help it feel clean and fresh, not used. The original gauges are surrounded by bright brushed aluminum bezels that are in great condition and the gauges themselves have clear markings and only minor signs of age. Upgrades include a tach strapped to the steering column and a modern digital AM/FM stereo head unit that looks pretty authentic. Overall, this is probably a great place to spend some time and it's still functional enough to double as a truck on weekends if you need it.
The engine is a strong-running 427 cubic inch mill that might be the truck's original engine (yes, they were putting 427s in trucks in 1967). The numbers decode to a 335 horsepower version but it's been upgraded since then, including a big Holley 4-barrel carburetor on an Edelbrock intake manifold, MSD ignition system, and long-tube headers feeding a dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers and cut-outs. It's orderly under the hood, with new hoses, belts, and wiring, plus a fresh dual master cylinder for the power brakes. Underneath, there's a TH400 3-speed automatic and a 12-bolt rear end, both heavy-duty enough to make this truck unafraid of the big jobs. It still sits on its original suspension, including coil springs in back that ride rather well. Trick American Racing wheels with spinners and 22-inch performance radials complete the look.
A nicely sorted truck with V8 power, a great look, and plenty of functionality to make it a favorite regardless of what you're doing. Call today!