This is a two owner example with what is believed to be only 48k original miles, it was originally sold and sparingly used in Texas for the vast majority of its life until being sold a few years back to the second owner in Colorado. Too bad it is in such rough shape! Serious bidders call Jim at 816-729-8513 Nice dependable and lots of fun! I am open to offers. Time for someone else to enjoy! I can provide excellent bank references so you are comfortable wiring funds. Please if you have any other questions feel free to email me or give me a call at anytime. Gary, thanks for the public schooling. Following a long search for a completely original, rust-free and mechanically sound example, the second owner was thrilled to find this example and immediately began restoring it to a very high level, sparing no expense on every aspect of the truck.
I can also help arrange transport at buyers expense. C10 Stepsides of this era have such a robust, hearty appearance to them- their relatively short beds accentuate their width and make them seem like they're capable of handling any task you set in front of them. There are no mechanical issues to speak of — this truck is entirely turn-key and, coupled with its gorgeous cosmetics, it will undoubtedly provide its next owner years of enjoyment and no disappointments. Accented by trim rings and baby moon hubcaps, the flawless Rallye wheels are wrapped in hardly used narrow whitewall radials. Three other eight-cylinder engine options ranged from 255 to 350 horsepower. Balance due within 72 hours.
The paint job is older and has minor imperfections here and there. Not seeing evidence of a 3 on the tree column shift left in place to suspect this was converted This is a rare truck and would be very cool if restored to original condition in this color. Chevy offered optional engine upgrades to a 170-horsepower, 292-cubic-inch six-cylinder or a 200-horsepower, 307-cubic-inch eight-cylinder. Please allow time for the pictures to upload below. It's only about 2,000 miles beyond a thorough restoration and will begin its next chapter of service complete with both restoration photos and build receipts in tow. The black billet front grille and cowl hood add to its aggressive appearance.
The 350 cubic inch Ramjet V8 at the center of the engine compartment is running strong and has been visually improved with upgraded elements that include a chrome Edelbrock air cleaner, a pair of Chevy-badged chrome valve covers and an impressively finished Edelbrock intake manifold. The two-tone black and gray paint scheme this one wears is a real winner - you can see right off it's been applied with skill and it has a great shine that follows you as you circle this classic truck. The Chevy bowtie logo was moved to the center of the hood. The 1969 pickups featured a new grille with the Chevrolet nameplate on the center. The bed area in back has seen all the attention it needs to keep it looking great, its floor is lined with well-prepped wooden planks and you'll find no blemishes on its straight, shiny walls. Original rebuilt 3 speed transmission with new clutch and pressure plate in the last 5000 miles. All of the panels are straight and the gaps and panel fits are excellent.
Interior color: Black Vehicle Title: Clear Item location: Saint Cloud, Florida, United States Extras Description for Chevrolet C-10 1969 1969 Chevrolet C-10 StepSide ShortBed Pickup Truck. Michelin Radials all around with 75% or better tread. The blue painted stripes running the lengths of the sides and across the tailgate are a great visual detail. Fresh weatherstripping and new glass surround the cabin and the exterior alignment on this Chevy is very strong, that blue stripe runs very even as it transitions from front fender to door and back to the rear bed area, and its doors open and shut very smoothly. The floor appears to have some rust on it but the condition is really unknown on this rig.
The 1969 pickups offered a standard three-speed manual transmission. . An outstanding color scheme draped over its stout, capable-looking exterior combines with a strong running drivetrain to make this 1969 Chevrolet C10 Stepside a very appealing classic. The interior was entirely redone with new seats, door panels, carpet, rubber mats, dash pad and sunvisors, each of which is virtually flawless. The 1969 Chevrolet pickups came standard with a 155-horsepower, 250-cubic-inch, six-cylinder engine featuring 235 ft.
The trucks offered two-speed windshield wipers, windshield defrosters, a low-profile steering wheel and directional signals. The interior is in great condition, not a huge surprise, considering it was redone from scratch, and a refurbished bench seat that combines black vinyl and gray sits at its center, showing some great detailing. Pretty much all this truck's brightwork, as well as its front and rear bumpers, has been recently replaced. Specifications: Original 6 cylinder engine. It's well padded and comfortable and its diamond shaped inserts blend perfectly with the door panels to each side. The glass is excellent and the windows and doors work well. Thank you and God Bless you on your Classic Car Search.
Description for Chevrolet C-10 1969 Very nice little C-10 Stepside Shortbed! The 3-Speed transmission shifts smoothly through each of the gears and the original 250 engine provides plenty of power, allowing for smooth daily and even freeway driving. I reserve the right to market locally and end the auction at anytime. Of course mine is a stovebolt and a fleetside. The are a bit fuzzy but you can see a third pedal which is usually a good sign. You couldn't restore one for twice the price. A show stopper of a Chevy badged billet steering wheel sits on its tilting chrome column while just beyond it, a matching billet instrument panel encircles the assortment of clear, functional Autometer gauges and an awesome, suede finished dash pad runs the width of the cabin. A variety of upgrade options provided customers with the ability to tailor the pickup to their specific needs.
In 1969, Chevrolet made a few minor changes to its line of pickup trucks, focused primarily on aesthetics. We learn something new every single day, hopefully like all of you do, too. A painted front bumper came standard, but Chevy offered optional chrome bumpers. If your wanting a vintage truck you can immediately jump in and enjoy, you've found it! The trucks featured four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. The Cheyenne was the all bells and whistles trim package. Please note my 100% feedback so your comfortable to bid.