Introduced in 1967, the Action Line of Chevrolet pickups brought a higher level of creature comforts and softer engineering to an already evolving truck brand. The year 1970 was in the middle of an era which had a definite shift in trend for building and marketing pickup trucks. With power windows, a polished tilt steering column, power steering, power brakes, Vintage Air and white-faced gauges among other great elements, this 1970 C10 is built to enjoy, yet has seemingly left nothing to chance. Vehicle Description You can go almost anywhere in this lifted 1970 Chevy Shortbed Stepside 4×4 pickup. The lighter C-10 models were equipped with a 6.
In-between is an armrest center console with cup holders. To remain competitive with Ford and other truck manufacturers, Chevrolet trucks were produced mainly as general transportation vehicles rather than utility work vehicles. Combine this with power steering and front disc brakes, and this street-eating truck is also a comfortable Sunday driver. The Longhorn fleet-side trucks were adaptable to General Motor's popular Custom Campers. It has the necessary power with a willing and able 350 crate motor. You can choose to be the intimidator at the car show, or just watch as traffic parts for this beast during your morning commute.
The transmission seems to be good. This has been custom built to be a sleek muscle machine, and so it's been given aggressive details like the adjustable front wing, billet grille, color-matched bracer bar in the bed, and nicely integrated side exhaust tips. Rates under the invoicing option are 0. It hit home well as more customers were buying trucks as daily drivers and wanted to enjoy amenities normally associated with cars, including improvements to the suspension, interior room, interior ergonomics and drivability. The C10 series trucks came with the 250 cubic inch six-cylinder inline engine producing 155 horsepower at 4,200 rpm, with a torque of 235 foot-pounds at 1,600 rpm.
But there's also that unmistakable tingle of performance that happens when you slip behind the classic Chevy sports steering wheel and grab the Lokar shifter. During its makeover there was no expense spared anywhere. Call Tom 7 days a week! Full payment must be received prior to vehicles leaving premises. It was a year in which Chevrolet built more custom trucks, with greater emphasis on comfort, convenience and sport. The truck looks great in its orange and black paint, and black custom wheels. The black leather seen here coordinates nicely with the custom door panels and carpeting to make for a very professional setup. There is rust through on the bottoms of the doors but not noticeable.
The complete custom interior goes to great lengths to make this feels both sporty and comfortable. It was this approach that gave birth to the C series pickups and the top-of-the-line custom sport trucks of the 1970s. This feeds a stout Eaton limited slip rear end with 3. The interior has been completely restored in a beautiful Houndstooth Black Trim with Bucket Seats and Console. Advertised rates and terms are subject to change without notice.
The truck has been sitting for a while. Details rock this C10 well, from the chrome front and rear bumpers to the round sideview mirrors upon the door frame, the subtle striping along the doors, red-outlined Chevrolet bowtie and much more. Power steering, power front disc brakes, and a new sway bar keep the truck manageable. Modern clearcoat and a professional hand applying it gives this the kind of shine usually reserved for chrome. Both trucks will need to be towed. Mecum is not responsible for information that may be changed or updated prior to the auction.
So look over all the details on this seriously mean machine that also has all the right modern comforts. All models came standard with front and rear drum brakes. Rate is quoted with AutoPay repayment discount, which is only available when you select AutoPay prior to loan funding. The first thing you notice about this truck is the bright metallic gray paint. While the build has a serious off-road theme, this truck has been pampered and garaged since its restoration.
It meant the body panel got all the right attention, and the final product is just as butter-smooth as it looks. A complete Frame Off restoration was performed on Chevy Pickup. With the transfer case, 3. These trucks are being sold as-is, no warranty and no return. The grille and front sheet metal were custom-grafted from a 1967, and the bed features a black, chip-resistant coating on the floor. Original 524 Chevrolet orange exterior paint with complimentary 521 Colonial exterior white paint Complete vehicle restoration to original specifications Fleetside 8 foot bed, with fresh paint and new bed mat 108,000 miles, Was told it was rebuilt by a previous owner in the last 6000 miles. Call us now before its gone! If your auto loan application is approved, your credit profile will determine whether your loan will be unsecured or secured.
This is by far not a show truck, but something to have fun in and play around with. The 1970 Chevrolet trucks came broadly divided amongst two trims; the step-side C series and the Longhorn series. Vehicle Description You can go almost anywhere in this lifted 1970 Chevy Shortbed Stepside 4×4 pickup. Long tube headers feed a throaty dual exhaust system that sounds awesome with the tips right in front of the rear wheels. Inside, a custom two-tone leather interior of black and tan soften and complement the yellow and black surfaces within.
I have no paperwork for the blue and white truck. This is one of those few well-built pickups that has the plenty of motor to back up its aggressive appearance. In fact, the whole body was stripped down to bare metal before this was applied. The 1972 blue and white truck is just for parts. The heavier Chevrolet trucks came standard with a 350 cubic inch 255 hp V-8 engine. The lot and information presented at auction on the auction block supersedes any previous descriptions or information. All Chevrolet trucks were equipped with a standard three-speed manual column shift transmission, with an optional four-speed manual transmission.