Under the hood is a Chevy 350 cubic-inch crate motor. A sure-fire way to beat a speeding ticket. Great work or play truck. They came out with the 4. Which is why they have a back there. I can't think of anything else to tell you. In fact, this is already a multiple award winner.
And any day that might feel a bit warm, there's an upgraded R134a air conditioning system to keep you cool. After you stall it out a few dozen times, you'll amaze your friends with your column shifting ability. They are aggressive all-terrain tires and they look really cool on those 80's turbine magnesium wheels. But heck, most of your friends will be standing 15 feet away, right? Or you can just sit on this investment and look really cool. In around 1987 most manufacturers of light trucks went to fuel injection. So don't miss out on this celebrated pickup, call today! Somehow it just seems to belong there in that manly, beat-up interior.
For example, this one has terrific brightwork. And speaking of the bed, the stepside was the only way you could get a real wood truck be in the '80s, and this celebrates that history with fresh oak lumber. And there's more evidence of how well this truck has been cared for by the freshness of the belts, wires, and hoses. She starts on the first crank and runs strong. That 6cyl eng will run forever.
After all, the factory-correct red package is already quite bold. The students took care of all of the rust issues - I can find no rust on any of the body panels and the floors are great. But there's no rust in the bed. Anyone running one of these needs to fix all three of those areas to keep from burning valves. Although, being a stepside it gives it a bit of flair no pun intended. Not sure what that's all about.
Automatics are for dorks, and 4-speeds are for pretenders. There are to fix this one but nobody is going to restore this truck to like-new condition, this one is going to get used as it was intended. There is here, quite a bit of , actually. I fixed a lot of this type truck up. I've tuned her up and had the carb rebuilt just 100 miles ago. The step-side truck is the one you were looking for.
The rear fenders appear to be new. And they are just totally un-cool. When I flipped them I totaly redid them not just buy and sell. So you'll love opening the side vent glass, sliding the rear window, and letting the breeze run through the cabin as you enjoy a nice cruise in your classic pickup. When something this bold, powerful, and well-maintained is also so affordable, then you know you're not the only one who wants it. But if it were me, I'd leave it.
The looks great but once you lower it,! You get the factory two-spoke steering wheel that gives you a clear view of the full factory gauge package. Looks fantastic from 15 feet. I have never seen such a cheap piece of crap in a fine truck in my whole life. I had the linkage rebuilt and she shifts wonderfully. This 1981 Chevrolet C10 Custom Deluxe has been under the same care for nearly 30 years. The old 3-on-the-tree is the real deal. But take some time to dive into the details that all come together to make one stellar package.
It's part of the overall vibe. This truck has the rarely-seen fuscia door panels! When the 300 six gave me problems, I found a good running 1970s 240 engine for nothing, and popped that in there. The seller says that everything works as it should, but they also say that it has a burnt valve in 4. In total, this Chevy has been given all the proper maintenance to make sure it feels great on the road. Probably the best find to come through here in a while. This box fits the bill nicely.
With the rust taken care of and a reliable small block, you are well on your way to restoration and a big pile of cash. It can really work to your advantage with the local cops. Inside, this truck didn't need any modification to stand out from the crowd. I'd like to get this thing gone to preserve my marriage. She says I have too many toys.
I excuse the term flipped a few of them. There's a comfortable and commanding feeling in this truck that will make you want to drive it everywhere. That version of 250 suffered from ultra-lean fuel, retarded ignition and valve timing. Let's face it, there's no point in buying a slab-side truck. Kind of irrelevant with a replaced motor and the body work done. At least not if you have any self-respect. There are some missed spots, some chips, etc.