1976 Chevrolet C20 Silverado
STK 2092 1976 Chevrolet C20 Silverado Ever so often we take in something that has modifications so well thought out and so well executed that we question why the manufacturer hadnâ€™t done it. These vehicles usually have only smart, subtle modifications to the original version. Such is the case with this 1976 C-20. Two owners in one family have had this truck since new. They have the original Bill-of-Sale and all of lifeâ€™s documentation. This is not just a C-20 pick-up. The current owner is an avid fan of the original Camaro. In 2014, he created something special. If GM had thought of it, they may have re-badged it as a â€˜Z-20â€™. When you sit behind the wheel of this truck and hear that engine, the factory 454ci â€˜Ratâ€ w/400 TurboHydramatic, itâ€™s easy to think big-block Camaro. The entire drive train is matching numbers original â€“ 77,883 documented miles. It has never required a rebuild and sounds wonderful thru tube headers. The fully restored body was repainted in 2014 with Camaro Hugger Orange. It is dead straight and the paint job is virtually flawless. The exterior is accented with nice bright work, a custom tube grille and custom hood. A nice set of 8-lug, 8-spoke polished alloys hold Michelin radials. The detailed chassis and engine compartment are up to spec with the rest of the truck, but it is the interior that separates this â€˜Z-20â€™ from the others. Using the Z-28 theme, the bench seat was recovered in black vinyl and â€˜hounds-toothâ€™ cloth. The center jump seat even has a fold-down console if needed. A Camaro alloy spoke wheel completes the transformation. It could not look better. The Chevy is equipped with power steering, power disc/drum brakes, tinted windows, AM/FM stereo and fully functional A/C. Trucks like this do not come around often. ALL VEHICLES SOLD â€œAS ISâ€.