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Address: Arlington, TX Mileage: 3,000
Interior Color: Black cherry / Custom gray
Transmission: 4 Speed Engine: 327V8
Vin Number: CS149S853963 Body Style: Pickup
Car Class: Classic / Antique
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1969 CHEVROLET C10, Who would have ever thought that the late 60's early 70's trucks would be anything but work vehicles? Well they are back, and more popular than ever. After reading about this 1969 Chevrolet C10, there is no way you would use it to move hay around the farm. A beautiful body off restoration was combined with a straight rust free body and this sweetheart was the born. This short bed fleetside is painted in a gorgeous black cherry metallic which glistens in the sunlight. Sitting on a chrome set of Eagle wheels this truck sits just low enough to look custom while keeping the tough appearance of a truck. The 327 engine on this beast is completely custom finished with enough chrome to require sunglasses. If it isn't chrome or stainless it is powdered coated, leaving nothing out of place. All hoses from the fuel line to the disc brake lines are done in stainless steel braided hoses. The meticulous work put into the engine is that of most men's dreams, yet here it is already completed for your enjoyment. The valve covers, air cleaner, 600 CFM carburetor, and oil cap are all Edelbrock products that tie the engine together like a work of art. All of this coupled with the Muncie 4 speed transmission and 3:73 gears help this ride fly down the road. The interior is done in black with a painted to match Black Cherry metallic dash. The dash and gauges were restored to original to combine the nostalgic look of the interior with the street rodded engine. The original AM radio is in place and continues to work.
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