I think they were the original tires- they were the exact size and brand listed on the window sticker. I have no proof other than owners word of mouth as these trucks are hard to keep up with, but as good of shape as it's in, it is believable. I will not accept anything but cash. All gauges, exterior and interior lights, turn signals etc work. This truck is an awesome cruiser and surprisingly gets more looks and conversations started than most classic vehicles I see. As you'd expect, the cargo bay is giant, and since this is an up-level Cheyenne, there's more plush carpet and faux wood even in the back.
This truck has been kept nice over the years and is just an amazing piece of rolling history. Anybody that is offering trades I like mostly old Chevy trucks and am also into cars a little bit. I found this pickup in May 2016. It is by no means a show truck but my price reflects that, however it is still a highly sought after truck and worth more than these rust buckets many people are passing around now. Is so smooth you have to rev it up to realize it is running. You can see all the trucks factory options on the id card. The rear main oil seal was leaking and has also been replaced.
The odometer showed 156,710 miles and his son told me that the mileage was correct. Panel gaps are good, the finish is uniform, and you can tell from the reflections that someone really cared about this truck and never used it as a winter beater. The time and effort to build a truck like this is considerable, but the price is remarkably reasonable. I am going to recover the seat with velour and vinyl, hoping to find a matching shade of green. If you are interested or have any questions please feel free to give me a call or text at 423-605-7531.
I am putting my 1976 Chevrolet C10 short bed Cheyenne up for sale. All gauges, exterior and interior lights, turn signals etc work. After I purchased it I tagged it as the second owner. But this is not a show truck just merely meant for cruising and if you get a rock chip on it, oh well who cares. I replaced all the chrome trim, side mirrors and rear bumper, along with a new metal hood. I have sold a handful of vehicles on here to people close and far, nobody has left me any feedback but I always try to treat people how I want to be treated and anyone that has bought from me would agree it was a pleasant experience.
This truck is an awesome cruiser and surprisingly gets more looks and conversations started than most classic vehicles I see. I stored it for 12 years then I decided either sell it or fix it up. If you are interested or have any questions please feel free tomessage me on here and I can give out my number for better communication. Just add gas and start having fun! On the front end, all the chrome trim and headlight bezels were in great condition and the chrome bumper was like new. The lady that had it bought it for her son to fix up but he was never interested in doing it, so the pickup had just been sitting for well over a year. The paint is called Blaze Red and really shines in the sun. I have no proof other than owners word of mouth as these trucks are hard to keep up with, but as good of shape as it's in, it is believable.
He said his father hardly ever drove it. Has two or three small rust spots around cab supports but they are nothing major. Look at the price on this 1976 Chevy Blazer Cheyenne as you peruse the photos, and bear in mind that someone spent quite a bit more than the asking price getting it into the condition you see today. It is by no means a show truck but my price reflects that, however it is still a highly sought after truck and worth more than these rust buckets many people are passing around now. I can work with you some but realize how solid and rare of a truck this is.
He stated that it was always kept inside from 1976 to 2009, then after he passed away his son parked it outside at the back of his house. The K10 Blazer was a handsome truck, perhaps one of Chevy's best designs ever. The entire exterior has also been buffed and waxed by Vastine Paint Garage. For those that don't know a Cheyenne truck back then is comparable to a denali or high country truck today. Mechanical: Truck starts with ease even after sitting awhile and purrs like a kitten.
It is the epitome of true square bodies as the 70's had the large square nose and looks even killer lowered. The rear-wheel-drive C-series became the R-series, then the four-wheel drive K-series were renamed the V-series. All the other things were from being 42 years old- the paint and trim had faded, the hood was sprung where someone did not know how to close it, the inside of the bed was scuffed up and had light surface rust but there was not one dent in it. The truck has a few bumps and bruises and a couple scratches but has never been abused or used as a real work truck. Carpet and seat were weathered and worn.
They were shuffled for 1975, with the Scottsdale moniker replacing the Cheyenne Super as the top-of-the-line package, while the Custom series was deleted. These are few and far between to find still in good shape. Then there's the white hardtop, which is indeed removable for the ultimate in open-air off-roading fun. Going down the road it shifts and stops great and as it should. I am original owner of this 1976 Chevy pickup. It has factory bucket seats and sliding rear window.