His vision for hot rods and his physical skills are a combination that resulted in a killer pickup that has enough power to back up the aggressive look. More details include the highly modified front and rear bumpers, as well as the super-cool tag bracket, which holds the restored original license plate for this truck. Bucket seats were also available. Both the front and rear axles were serviced and electric fans keep it cool when you're just crawling along. Car details 1970 Chevrolet C-10 Stepside Good condition, 327 with double hump heads, engine runs great, starts up easily, runs cool, has no smoke and sounds great, transmission is a 3 speed turbo 350 that shifts perfectly, 12 bolt rear end, not sure of the gear but it does run well down the highway, power steering tracks straight, drum brakes stop well, interior is in very good shape, seat and dash are nice with no rips or tears, all lights and self cancelling signals working properly, speedometer and gas gauge working, has aftermarket gauges hooked up, horn works, wipers and washer working, tires are new, all glass is good, passenger window could use a new regulator, the rest work fine, older paint shows some wear but still looks ok, has a small dent on the drivers rear fender just above the tail light, the body and cab are in good condition, truck runs great and would drive this pickup anywhere, have Florida title and bill of sale. Finished in handsome dark green paint, this is a massive machine that will never be able to slip under the radar and will always be the center of attention anywhere it goes.
Please contact me with any questions. Description for Chevrolet C-10 1970 C10, 1970 Chevrolet pickup truck. I am sure the stepsides have their fans, but they are definitely in the minority. When they were new working trucks, the steel floors tended to be more popular, but today a wood bed truck brings a premium in the market. This looks like a really nice truck, body-wise, but man, what head-scratcher. Power assist was optional for the C10 half-ton, but standard for the heavier pickups. Oh, who am I kidding? All Chevy pickups were treated to standard front disc brakes in 1971.
I am looking for the paint can but right now, I do not know the paint code. Clean Ca title only 2 owners originally a Caltrans truck. Added a few more pictures. The engine has been painted bright Chevy Orange so it looks traditional, and wears a modern serpentine belt drive system for reliability. Many new parts including battery, aluminum radiator, alternator, Q jet carburetor, clutch and flywheel, rebuilt 5 speed tranny, stainless headers, Magnaflow mufflers. The 1967 and 1968 model years are each unique for a few reasons. Seven years of work resulted in a truck that has the perfect mix of drastic modifications and subtle details.
The glass on the truck is original and in good condition, and all the original plastic lenses have been replaced. For a seller on eBay to show basically one overall photo and one partial photo when selling such a nice looking truck in what may be the most technologically advanced city on the planet, yeah. Around here, a 67-72 truck with a fleet side bed will bring 2 grand more than the same truck with a step bed. The inner fenders have been finished in a shiny gloss black and the firewall is painted body color. Selling as is no warranty.
Some folks, like Jonathan Forrester of Dahlonega, Georgia, picked up on the hobby at a young age, while others were influenced later in life. Ultra-clean C10 pickups are none too easy to find these days, but finding one that has been as well-built as this one, enhancing both performance and reliability is tougher yet. The 1971 and 1972 Chevy pickups tend to be the most popular, with a shared large egg crate grille and further refinements such as front disc brakes. Very low reserve price which is what we have into it so far. There's no sign of abuse or botched bodywork anywhere on the truck and while it was repainted a few years ago, it still looks great. Power comes from the tried and true Chevy 327 which sits in a nicely refinished and detailed engine compartment. Jonathan fabricated countless brackets and custom pieces for the truck to provide the ride height and drivability he wanted with clean details to complete the package.
All years of this generation of Chevy pickup were offered with either a stamped steel box floor or wood planking. The body did not require the extensive work that most old vehicles require as it was solid through and through. . I bid on one that was made into a trailer last month on one of my auction sites. Not sure of the year of corvette components. They are drop-dead gorgeous, have timeless styling, possess good build quality, and are easily drivable in modern traffic. Truck has small block 327 with 300 plus horsepower and under 5000 miles on engine with turbo 350 transmission runs and drives great.
Please do not bid if have zero feedback. The best part of the finished product is the fact that Jonathan did most of the work himself. A host of trim packages emerged during this generation, and serve as rolling proof that some truck buyers indeed preferred their pickups to play as well as work. The transmission is 3-on-the-tree and shifts smoothly through the gears and the rear end is a 12-bolt posi unit. The stainless trim is largely original and has been polished, and the chrome is all new. Runs and drives great, have other priorities and have lost interest but won't give it away.
Call 321-372-821O for more info. The door panels, dash pad, and even the seat itself are good shape and a set of auxiliary gauges keep an eye on the mechanicals, which is critical when you're as far out in the middle of nowhere as this truck can carry you. Short wide boxes are the most desirable, and not even sure the stepsides would be preferred over the long fleetside bed trucks. In the bed you'll find a professionally installed wood bed kit with polished stainless steel, that's ready to haul or show off at the car shows. No body filler that I can see. A sturdy 396 cubic inch V8 was professionally built receipt for work available expressly to power this heavy-duty 4x4, and features all the upgrades you'd expect from a powerplant built to play hard.
Coil springs remained at all four corners beneath the restyled 1967 Chevy C10, but a crisp, clean pickup appeared on the outside, and in some opinions the new Chevy looked even more modern than its half-ton Ford rival, which was also updated that year. Both Stepside and Fleetside availability carried over from 1966, and revised grilles continued to represent new model-year calling cards up through 1972. Maybe for sale, in some ones garage, collection, museum, etc. The truck had a six-cylinder engine and had very few options from the factory, but it served as a great truck for many years. She is also a real 115 inch wheelbase short bed from the factory. It was rebuilt very close to factory specification, is reliable as the day is long and ready to cruise or take to local shows.