The only place the pickup had any rust was on the floor boards, ut we cut it all out and replaced the metal. Sitting at its center is the same 454 cubic inch V8 this venerable truck began life with, and it continues to represent itself well, carrying an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb on top, firing right up and running smoothly. The letter K meant that the truck was four-wheel drive, and the number 10 meant that the truck was a half-ton. The 1971 and 1972 Chevy pickups tend to be the most popular, with a shared large egg crate grille and further refinements such as front disc brakes. This is a good truck to take to rod runs and cool just to drive around town.
The door panels have the wood trim with the vinyl pockets giving you extra storage. The 1976 longbed K-10s had an 8-foot bed-length, a wheelbase of 131. Both automatic and manual transmissions were available in the 1976 K-10. There is a nice assortment of comfort features included that will really come in handy while on the road, including air conditioning, cruise control, a tilt column, cruise control and power seats - the latter of which is a welcome option not often found in trucks of this era. It ran when parked several years ago. Has a brand new engine in it less than 400 miles on it, it's a short bed lined with wood. With their popularity growing in the past years you may want to not think about it too long.
This Ruby Red runner is a great driver and ready for the next local cruise-in or show. With it maintaining all of its original equipment this truly is a gem that has been tucked away for some time. Brand New Transmission-Fully Redone Suspension-. The body has been through a total overhaul including: New Floorpans, Rockers, Cab Corners, Fender, Wheels, Tires, Suspension, and has a custom jet black paint job with ruby-red ghost flake accents. The body style used in 1976 had a thicker frame than pre-1973 models. The cab was equipped with a bench seat to carry three passengers.
It has the factory installed step side conversion, with cherry fiberglass fenders. It's lean, mean, and clean. It is painted flat black. Bidders: Please be sure your funds are in order at the time of bidding, o I do not have to relist. It's one of those pickups that you can drive and fix up your own way and still enjoy it.
Just back half it and add a cage. Want to connect with us? The motor runs excellent and has dual exhaust. It has withstood the test of time, but with a little repairable rust in spots and the bumpers are not perfect. It has a 350 turbo transmission. The vinyl is in excellent shape adorned with the original medal accents which were part of the Cheyenne package this truly is as original as it gets. Power assist was optional for the C10 half-ton, but standard for the heavier pickups. The heads are Gm 882 Casting and are ported and polished and.
The brakes and lights all work good. A 292-cc, inline, six-cylinder engine was also available. Thankfully, a good amount of attention was paid to proper body alignment during this truck's modification, so despite its custom look, you'll find no protruding panels or uneven gapping that can otherwise render opening and shutting doors and hood a chore. It's paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission that offers secure, slip-free shifting. Both Stepside and Fleetside availability carried over from 1966, and revised grilles continued to represent new model-year calling cards up through 1972.
Vehicle Description For sale in our Atlanta Showroom is a big block 1976 Chevrolet C10 Scottsdale stepside pick-up truck. The 2 front tires are brand new and the back ones are about 80%. These stepsides are becoming increasingly difficult to find and you won't find any of this quality and value. Today, this generation of Chevrolet C10 and K10 are some of the most loved collector trucks extant, and for good reason. What I understand is that the original motor went out and the guy could not afford to put a new one in, o he sold the truck to the guy I bought it from, nd he put in a new motor. The interior is custom, yet subtle, with Red and Gray cloth and vinyl bench seat. These stepsides are becoming increasingly difficult to find and you won't find any of this quality and value.
Bucket seats were also available. The motor is a 350 cu in. These stepsides are becoming increasingly difficult to find and you won't find any of this quality and value. The body is in pristine condition with a fresh factory paint job this truly is the cleanest 76 I have seen. Buyer handles all shipping costs. In back, the lift gate is punctuated by more extensive pinstriping that sits above a nice stretch of clean chrome, with the modified dual exhaust emerging just below. This is an all around really good truck.
The year 1973 was the first year the truck was available in a Crew Cab, which continued to be available in 1976. In 1973, Chevrolet adopted a new design for its pickups. With only 5,000 miles on the build, it's rockin' and rain' to go! The righteous rat motor is backed by your standard Chevy gearhead's go-to heavy-duty transmission, a classic turbo 400 3-speed automatic transmission. The body has been through a total overhaul including: New Floorpans, Rockers, Cab Corners, Fender, Wheels, Tires, Suspension, and has a custom jet black paint job with ruby-red ghost flake accents. It has just a few dings here and there.