1967 Chevrolet C20, long bed, 327ci V8, 4 spd manual, full instruments

Price: US $4,500.00 Item location: Pasco, Washington, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • Type: Pickup Truck
  • Trim: Custom
  • Doors: 2 Doors
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 80500
  • VIN: CE247Z117813
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 327 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1967 Chevrolet C-10 Custom

First of all, NOTE: This truck is a C20! (3/4 ton) There is no eBay category for C20, only C10 and I didn't want to put it under the "Chevy, Other" category. The title is an eBay “canned” title, I cannot change it! I've had this gem of a truck for eight years. I'm not in the best of health, and as a project it just going too slow anymore. It has factory power steering, power brakes, and Pozi-Traction. The truck has been worked over in the last few years, such as a very good sounding 2 1/2" dual exhaust system. Briefly revving to 5 grand in granny gear during a recent classic car cruise, and the crowds cheered! I told the company that did the front end work "If it moves and shouldn't, then it goes." That was about $1,400 in parts & labor including new power steering hoses. There are a number of stealth items such as electronic ignition under the dash. (No ugly HEI) Hella headlights with H3 for good night driving, but it's hard to see they're not stock. A ridiculously bright LED aircraft landing light "bulb" in the roof spotlight. (Can't really see the weird-looking bulb unless the light-head is rotated upwards) Tires are about two years old, and are in very good condition. The instrument panel was reworked two years ago, and now includes a tachometer and vacuum gauge. A lot of the interior is now new, including visors, armrests, dash pad, (That was NOT an easy job!) rubber floor mat, shift boot, logo on the glovebox door, and glovebox itself, (black cardboard from LMC) and the windshield was replaced last year. There isn't a scratch or crack in it. The cab corner and sill area have some rust, but LMC trucks has patch panels. The passenger door is caved in, but not enough to effect the window regulator. Also, I have a very nice door from a swap meet to just replace it entirely. The front fender is also damaged, but again, LMC truck has that. They also have patch panels for the marker light hole. (For their new fenders) This 1967 truck does NOT have side marker lights. The West Coast mirrors are NOS, and I still have the original box with 1960's illustrations. (Dealer install item) I replaced the original rusty mirrors. The list of things that do not work is short: The original AM radio tunes in one station and needs rebuilt. The windshield washers don't work. The seat needs redone, the covering is ripped. The 1960's saddle blank cover looks good though. The original seat belts work fine, but if I keep the truck, they will be replaced with modern shoulder straps. There are factory bolt holes for shoulder belts. Unless you're from the Midwest or east coast, just drive it home. It gets about 17 MPG.