Cash at time of pickup. This one looks like it has been very well maintained and cared for. What I saw was way up on page 3, I had not read far enough. The box bodies used to be so common, but good clean examples like this are far and few between. These lighter frames were also used on the 1983 models. Today, all first generation C-10 Chevrolet truck styles that were made between 1960 and 1966 are desirable vehicles to consider for show-oriented restoration projects.
Since 1930, the Chevy identification systems have used the letter 'C' to denote the two-wheel drive versions of their popular lines of multipurpose lightweight trucks and fleet vehicles. Outside she has beautiful two tone paint with color matched Leer camper shell. Aluminum intake, and chrome valve covers dress things up and a high torque starter gets things rolling. Window Cranks need oil and cleanup. Thanks geomechs and Scotty G.
The 1983 C10 came standard with a 250-cid inline-six engine that was capable of producing 100 horsepower at 3,600 rpm and a torque of 175 foot-pounds at 2,000 rpm. In 1964 and 1965 the Chevrolet plants in Brazil and Canada were added to the production schedule to keep pace with the overwhelming consumer demand for these vehicles. I purchased it off a friend of mine about 10 years agobefore he passed. I had an earlier model 1978, drove the truck for over 10 years, had to replace the dog legs and patch panels over the rear wheel wells twice. There is rust holesbehind the camo paintpatch jobs but overall the truck is solid. Since the first generation C-10 trucks were one of the best selling half-ton trucks between 1960 and 1966, all parts are easily available today for original truck restorations and fantasy C-10 truck projects The long-running Chevrolet C-10 series of full-sized pickup trucks has been seen for generations on American highways.
Well, you know what I mean, it takes a special person to care about their vehicles and to maintain them. The 1964-67 Chevrolet C-10 pickup trucks featured a short-lived grill design with the Chevrolet name in block letters at the top. I think they are of a 53 or 54. An original 36 year old truck in this condition is getting rare. Many vintage truck owners prefer the stylish 1960-66 original C-10 trucks due to the availability of parts, their classic two-tone paint options and their ability to maintain easily at home. Prior to 1966, the first generation Chevrolet C-10 trucks offered I6, V6 and the workhorse 220 hp V8 engines. It sits on a set of rally wheels with white letter radial tires.
I have not read the whole thing, but that struck me right away. The first-generation of Chevrolet C-10 trucks was made between 1960 and 1966. The chrome bumpers and in wonderful shape as well as the trim and badging. Interior in near perfect condition. To me, that indicates a problem with the backup light switch on the transmission. C blows cold for a 82. On the C-10 half-ton trucks made after 1962 modern directional signals were not an optional add-on.
Had a quadrajet on it and I swear that thing would rev to 7000 rpm and that spread-bore carb would almost suck the hood in. Inside you'll find a new dash, lead liner, carpet, door panels, and bench seat. Many vintage truck owners prefer the stylish 1960-66 original C-10 trucks due to the availability of parts, their classic two-tone paint options and their ability to maintain easily at home. If you have any question feel free to ask. The top-of-the-line Silverado offered luxurious interior trims and exterior accents together with an improved instrument panel. Here's your chance to get one for a great price. The Chevrolet 1960s first generation C-10s were short-bed trucks that came in half-ton versions featuring many Chevrolet firsts.
Between 1960 and 1966, the first generation Chevrolet C-10 half-ton trucks were among the best selling trucks in America. There were several engine options available, which included a new 350-cid V-8 engine introduced for the 1983 model. All tires hold air but are old. . Today, all first generation C-10 Chevrolet truck styles that were made between 1960 and 1966 are desirable vehicles to consider for show-oriented restoration projects. These short bedtrucks are hard to find in this kind of shape unless your willing to put out big bucks. The fuel system needs to be cleaned and primed and the truck will crank right up and runs like a top.
I doubt the truck was idling in reverse for the pics. The looks almost , other than the stick-on hopefully fold-down cup holders on the dash and the aftermarket tach mounted on top of the dash. This Chevy still wears its original paint, pretty amazing. I wonder how long it would last before Michigan killed it? Since 1930, the Chevy identification systems have used the letter 'C' to denote the two-wheel drive versions of their popular lines of multipurpose lightweight trucks and fleet vehicles. Id would not be afraid to drive it anyplace.