The 1967–72 Chevrolet C/K is one of the most popular, reliable, and easiest-to-drive classic pickups you can find. This particular generation marks the turning point when Chevy realized it could offer truck buyers modern conveniences and comfort options in the same way it did sedan shoppers—a stunningly simple connection to make in retrospect, but one that blew the market wide open during a time when primary rival Ford steadfastly refusing to build anything other than the most utilitarian models for work use.
1969 saw the introduction of a steeper hood angle and the word CHEVROLET spelled out on a center grille bar. This was also the first year for the egg-crate grille.
This C10 is finished in white with black and chrome trim. The interior has been upgraded and reupholstered. It has a Cadillac engine and features ice-cold air conditioning, power steering, and front disc brakes.
-Cadillac 350 V8 Motor
-A/C blows ice cold
-Upgraded Bench Seat
-Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
-EZ-EFI Fast Kit
-Disc Brakes Up Front