350 CI, TH350, RECENT RESTO, POWER STEERING, OWNERS MANUAL, GREAT CRUISER
This cool 1965 Chevrolet C10 pickup has tons of character. With fresh yet subtle paint, it's exactly the kind of truck that you'll wistfully stare at in a parking lot because it talks to you like your favorite pair of jeans or that comfy leather chair you're so fond of. It's all about character and lots of it.
Now that you've seen it, I think you'll agree that this '65 Chevy looks awesome in light cream. It has a very correct period feel, and looks exactly right on the interesting curves that make up the mid-60s pickups. The bodywork was done to a good standard not too long ago, and it still shows very well today. Gaps are decent all around, including the massive hood that wraps around and forms the tops of the fenders, as well as the cool faux spoiler at the rear edge of the cab (yes, that's factory!). Even the latch hardware on the tailgate has been carefully painted to match and doesn't show any scuffs or damage from just driving around. There's not a lot of trim, but the stuff on the truck is in excellent shape, with a bright grille, chrome bumpers front and rear, and big chrome mirrors that are exactly right for a truck. And speaking of tailgates, you'll dig the oak bed, which isn't refinished like a dance floor, but instead shows a bit of that character I was talking about earlier. It just looks right.
Basic black and white is the theme inside, but the pleated upholstery makes it feel more luxurious than your standard 1965 Chevy pickup. The bench shows very little wear, and the door panels have been painted black to continue the theme, and the new carpets fit well and have a dark, rich look. The original steering wheel is an ideal '60s piece, complete with horn ring, and it frames the original gauges, which are a cool design that places all the needles under a single sheet of glass that also forms the faces of all the gauges. Additional goodies include a floor shifter and a newer Pioneer AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit fitted with original style knobs.
There's only one engine you want under the hood of your Chevy pickup, and that's a Chevy 350. Dressed to keep a stock flavor, this stout small block features Chevy Orange paint to give it a bright contrast plus chrome valve covers and a gloss black air cleaner that looks original but a little shinier than factory. An alternator, power steering, and a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission make it easy to drive and maintain, and the list of new equipment includes the water pump, shocks, and brakes. It has an awesome rumble to the exhaust with a nasty snarl when you dip into the throttle, all thanks to a dual exhaust system with glasspack style mufflers and side exits just ahead of the rear wheels. Handsome Rallys wear 255/70/15 BFGoodrich radials that totally stuff those fat fenders and give it the perfect stance.
This 1965 Chevy C10 is the truck for the guy who values substance as well as style. It's not super flashy, but it has the good stuff where it counts. Call today!
AM/FM Radio, Cassette Player, Defrost, Heat, Power Steering, Vinyl Interior
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- 350 V8
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- Pickup Truck
- 62,985 (Unknown)
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- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months