The Chevrolet C/K truck series dates back to the 1960s when General Motors decided to replace their Task Force series. Over four decades, the C/K series would be known as sturdy, dependable, and capable trucks and thereafter morphed into the Chevrolet Silverado. This 1962 Chevrolet C20 is an example that appears to have undergone a comprehensive restoration. We are told that it's done just 500 miles since then.
The C/K series would use a two-digit number to denote the maximum payload capacity. The C10 could take ½-ton, and the C20, such as this 1962 Chevrolet C20, could carry ¾ ton without breaking a sweat. This 1962 Chevrolet C20 has been repainted in a goldish-bronze hue during its restoration. We can see that no expense seems to have been spared, from the pristine lights and gleaming chrome work to the custom wood fencing on the bed. The truck rolls on a meaty set of Mastercraft Courier A/T tires wrapped around chromed aftermarket wheels. You can also appreciate the lockable metal tool chest on the side. A peek at the undercarriage reveals a similarly clean and freshly painted outlook, casting away any worries about rust and rot. The interior is in similarly new order after the restoration, presenting a clean white dash, beige seats, and all switches looking like new. We see three lap belts across the single bench seat, signifying that three persons can travel in the cab of this 1962 Chevrolet C20. The instrument cluster looks similarly spotless and offers comprehensive speed, fuel level, engine temperature, and oil pressure readouts. We also see a push-button radio in the dash but are unsure of its functionality.
This 1962 Chevrolet C20 is said to come with a 235.5ci in-line six-cylinder engine. Known as the Stovebolt engine, it was rated for 135hp and 217lb-ft when new. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a manual transmission. Drum brakes on all wheels constitute the stopping power on offer.
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