While the Blazer is an iconic and forever etched sturdy off-road vehicle in the minds of most American people, its ancestor or progenitor was the Chevrolet and GMC C10 models. The C10 was a reliable workhorse with either an Inline-six or a V8 engine. Initially designated and sold as the Action-Line pickup trucks, the GMC C/K series sold well, with production plants all over the USA, Canada, and South America. Our subject vehicle, a 1971 GMC C10 ½ ton pickup truck with almost all original parts. This truck is currently offered for sale, located in Texas.
Our subject GMC C10 is draped in a mellow blue color. Being mostly original, the exterior paintwork features its fair share of patina. With aftermarket wheels and Nitto NT555 G2 tires, this C10 sports its own unique brand of charm. This garage kept, and numbers matching GMC C10 is the desirable Wide-Side body variant of the C10. The exterior still retains its badges, including the “GMC 1500 Super Custom” badge, which denotes the top-of-the-line trim level given by GMC for the C10. Inside features black interior upholstery. The interior has been upgraded with a few modern amenities, such as a Kenwood FM/CD player.
Powered by General Motor's 350ci V8 engine mated to an automatic 3-speed transmission, it produces 250hp @ 4400rpm with 350Nm @ 3000 RPM. While the small-block engine is not the biggest engine that came with the motor, it was an upgrade compared to other base model engines.
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