$30 000

1966 Chevrolet C10/K10

Car Details
Body Pickups
Mileage N/A
Year 1966
Transmission Automatic
Exterior Color Blue
Interior Color Tan
VIN: 215213131
Seller Note

The interior was fully redone back to stock as well, with a very comfortable Saddle Tan bench seat wrapped in durable vinyl. A vinyl floor helps with noise and heat and sprays right off with a hose, and along with the metal door panels and oversized steering wheel, everything inside reminds you that this is a working-class vehicle from the past. Factory gauges are clearly original and perfectly restored with the odometer accurately reflecting the current, original mileage on the truck. In 1966, turn signals were not standard equipment in Chevy pickup trucks, but thankfully there is an optional factory stalk installed inside the original column. There's a new AM/FM/ stereo system in the dash and it sounds quite good that includes a single dual speaker.  Seatbelts seems to be the only deviation from stock.
There is the original, numbers matching 250 cubic inch Inline 6 which has been there from day one. Technically classified as the 3rd generation Stovebolt motor, it's factory-rated at 155 horsepower, and because this particular motor only has approximately 1,800 miles on its rebuild (as does the entire restoration), it's shockingly smooth and torquey with a great six-cylinder soundtrack that's quite different than what you'd expect. It starts right up, just pull out the choke, don’t touch the gas, and start.  I had an electric fuel pump added that was professionally installed and it tucked away in the side frame out of site.
It has the original 3-speed manual transmission that manages the gears with ease and is extremely pleasurable to shift.
Underneath, it's just as clean as it was on the original showroom floor, with a chassis and suspension components that are practically clean enough to eat off. A factory exhaust system with a correct muffler sounds wonderful and it sits on painted white steel wheels with chrome Bowtie center caps for a truly old-school look. Recent 235/75/15 Goodyear blackwall radials have been fitted and they're tall enough to fill those big fenders.  The battery is less than a year old and includes a topper to permit it to look vintage.  The original radiator has been replaced with an aluminum radiator with a manual electric fan (the original fan is still fully functional).  The original radiator is included, it doesn’t leak, and in reasonable condition.  The hose clamps are also vintage.
Included is a restoration book with select information of build receipts and photos, you can confidently know it's going to be on the road for decades to come.   I have clear title.