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1968 Chevy C10 short bed, show truck custom paint

For sale: 1968 Chevrolet C-10

Technical specifications

Item location:
Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States
Standard Cab Pickup
Fleet side
Engine size:
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Power options:
Air Conditioning
Drive type:
CD Player
Vehicle Title:
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Selling my 1968 Chevy C:10 fleet side short bed pick up. This truck was nicely done, ully restored a few years ago. Custom paint, exus Pearl metallic over Porsche bronze. Paintwork really stands out, specially out in the sun. 350 V8, barrel Holley carb, utomatic trans. Truck has headers and Magnaflow dual exhaust and it sounds mean! Runs and drives very well. Staggered wheels/tires, 55 front and 295 rear. A lot of time and money went into this C10. Vintage Air A/C has been added. Truck has power steering, power brakes (big front discs), oilOver Suspension so it handles and rides very well. Windows tinted all around (except front windshield). Fuel tank has been relocated from cab to under the truck bed, ike a modern vehicle.
Interior was done over and is very clean. Alpine Stereo system with custom kick-plate mounted speakers and rear sub woofer. Area where fuel tank originally was is now carpeted and the stereo sub is there. The entire cab is done in Dynamat sound deadening material under the carpeting.Power antenna that is hidden in truck bed and battery is located in bed as well. Undercarriage is spotless with no rust anywhere. Nice white button down bed cover and has a diamond plated tool box and spare tire mounted in bed. Comes with $200 high quality custom fit car cover, ust used for dust as this has always been stored in garage.
This truck always gets a lot of attention, eople love these short bed trucks and it's a blast to drive. Clean MA title in hand under my name. Needs nothing, eady for a new owner to enjoy. It can be seen in Wakefield, A by appointment only. Odometer shows approximately 85,900 miles; I believe those may be original miles on the body of truck, ut previous owner told me the engine was GM 350 crate motor. There is a stamp on the side of the motor that states "remanufactured 147745". I don't see any other numbers on the block. I'm unsure of the miles on the motor, ut believe it has only been in the truck for few years and its only been a weekend vehicle so I imagine its low. This was originally a V8 truck according to the VIN#. Overall this truck is in great shape. As with any classic car there are a few minor flaws. There is a chip on the door that was touched up and there is also one chip touched up by the original fuel cap (very minor). The truck has been driven and enjoyed, owever zero rust and no door dings anywhere. All the metal is very straight. If you are local I would be happy to show the truck in person. You couldn't build this truck for this price. Please feel free to contact me with any questions via call or text. 781-775-2234. Thank you

On Jul-19-15 at 13:06:04 PDT, eller added the following information:

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