Patina’d hot rod 1967 C10 pickup

  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 16000
  • VIN: CS147J137167
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 350 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Location: Kansas City, Kansas, United States


1967 Chevrolet C10 long bed

I've owned this truck for more than five years, and it has always been a perfect example of a low stress hot rod.It always starts and runs well, goes like crazy, handles and stops like a much more modern truck, hauls or tows things when I need it to, looks cool all the time, and brings a smile to my face every time I drive it.It has been the best source of vintage car driving therapy I could ask for. Life is better when viewed through the windshield of a vintage car!I originally bought it at a time that I needed a practical hot rod that could haul things occasionally for house or other car projects, as well as be a low maintenance source of relaxation and stress relief.I don't need to sell it now, but with a growing family, I'm mostly only driving it by myself back and forth to work on nice weather days. I would rather focus on projects that include the whole family, and pass this truck along to its next caretaker!If you're looking for a hot rod pickup that won't break the bank to buy or maintain, this is the truck for you!Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have 8one6. Seven29. Two8nine1.It is located in Kansas City. I can advise on shipping to another part of the country, but you are responsible for those arrangements if you cannot pick it up locally.I would entertain the idea of meeting within 150 miles of Kansas City to aid in delivery.

The details:

Four bolt main 350 V8

Edelbrock intake and carb

Long tube 4-1 headers

Strong runner, and no leaks

New big block four core radiator, shroud, fan, and fan clutch, upper and lower hoses, thermostat.

New transmission cooler lines

Recent battery and alternator

Fuel tank at rear rather than inside the cab (new replacement 67-72 Blazer tank)

New mechanical fuel pump

700R4 automatic

Fairly high stall converter

Firm shift kit

Bowler Tru-shift cable and linkage setup

Lowered with all CPP products

Spindles, springs, and front disc brake conversion, including new power booster, front sway bar.

Rear tubular trailing arms, drop Center crossmember with exhaust pass throughs, bilstein shocks, drop springs in rear

Total lowering 4" front, 5" rear

Recently repainted staggered steelies, 15x6.5 front, 15x8 rear

Brand new Cooper Cobra radial tires all around, 245/60R15 front, 275/60R15 rear

New bumpers, grille trim, all nose emblems, hidden hitch behind license plate, trailer wiring harness, new lights all around.

Mostly old/ original patina on body, with scallops and pinstriping done in late model GM diamond white pearl tri-coat two years ago, red pinstripe outline on scallops to match wheels

New tailgate, hinges, latches, etc., faux patina'd to match surrounding panels.

New gauges in restored original factory gauge housing with factory tach

New Chevelle SS steering wheel

New shift lever

Later model Silverado bench seat with cut down base to fit this cab and allow comfortable seating height and leg room for 6' plus driver (retains original slide function, so it can be moved forward if necessary.

Like any older vehicle, it is not perfect. You can see it's nature in the pictures. It could use some minor repairs to cab mounts, but any other cosmetic changes would simply be to satisfy your own tastes. I would not hesitate to jump in this truck and drive anywhere in the country at the drop of a hat. It is always consistent, gets mediocre gas mileage all the time, and hauls the mail when you need it to. This truck would make a great addition to any collection! Happy bidding, and good luck!