General Motors revved up their light trucks for 1960 in the name of Chevrolet C/K series featuring dramatic new Jet-Age style and a completely reworked chassis beneath two-wheel drives. These trucks were lower, broader, and developed with an outstanding attention on driver convenience and comfort than their Task Force predecessors from 1955 to 1959. From 1960 to 2002, they became direct competitors with the Ford F-Series and Dodge D-Series pickup trucks. The Fleetside bed first appeared on Task Force trucks in 1960, which truly caught on with buyers during the 1960-66 model year, and it rounded off the Jet-Age body style angles brilliantly. This is a golden opportunity to obtain a 1964 Chevrolet C-10 Long Bed Fleetside pickup truck that is in impressive condition. Its original invoice, owners guide, and 1964 owners’ protection plan is included with the sale of this truck. Currently located in Texas, this well-preserved Chevrolet C-10 awaits its next lucky owner.
The middle of the front fascia of this 1964 Chevrolet C-10 Long Bed Fleetside features two jet-inspired air intakes, a styling hint drawn from '59 Chevrolet cars. The flat-top or "flying wing" roof, as well as the rearward-angled A-pillar and wraparound windscreen, were also inspired by Chevrolet's full-size cars. This intriguing body style of our subject 1964 Chevrolet C-10 is coated in an eye-catching yellow paint with white accents complementing the look. It includes a yellow pine bed and fittings, as well as a big back window. Stainless steel tips are used on the dual exhaust. The white paint job makes its way to the door panels and dash of this 1964 Chevrolet C-10 Long Bed Fleetside truck. The cabin is furnished in shades of gray and seats two adults comfortably. A vintage style gauge cluster and Grant GT steering wheel is present in front of the driver.
The seller confirms that this 1964 Chevrolet C-10 Long Bed Fleetside is powered by a hefty 305ci V8 engine under the hood. It is coupled with an automatic transmission, which is a conversion done by its previous owner. The engine consists of Hooker comp headers and an Edelbrock performer 600 carb. Front disc brakes lessen the effort necessary to come to a halt.
1964 Model Year Chevrolet C10 Long Bed Fleetside Pickup with 305ci V8 Yellow/white exterior Grey interior 305ci V8 reported by seller Previous owner converted to automatic transmission Full rear window Hooker comp headers Edelbrock performer 600 carb Dual exhaust with stainless steel tips Front disc brakes Yellow pine bed and hardware Original invoice, owners guide, and 1964 owners protection plan included
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