The Chevrolet C-10 is part of the Chevrolet C/K series of light trucks that was manufactured by General Motors for Chevrolet, as well as GMC. The line was manufactured as two-door pickup trucks, as well as two-door chassis cab trucks, in ½ ton, ¾ ton and 1-ton variants. The C-series Chevrolet trucks were rear-wheel-drive, whilst the K-series denoted four-wheel-drive variants, and the C10 was the ½ ton model. Today’s vehicle is a 1967 Chevrolet C-10 which has been treated to some tasteful modifications under the skin. Hailing from Florida, this truck is an ideal showpiece as well as suited for some light work with its clean and pristine covered bed. It will be equally at home being a conversation piece, driven on show, or carrying a load of two-by-four.
This 1967 Chevrolet C-10 is decked out with a bright blue paintwork that will be seen from a mile away. It’s got decorative ‘flame-effect’ decals down the sides and rolls on a set of polished silver alloys, wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. Twin chromed straight tailpipes at the rear complete the appearance package. The truck bed is clean, neat and comes with a bed cover to protect your cargo from the elements. On the inside, a grey cloth bench seat faces a custom blue and black dash with comprehensive instrumentation including speed, engine rpm, battery charge and engine temperature. A thick four-spoked steering wheel faces the driver, and a Kenwood radio cassette player is installed with upgraded speakers.
The Chevrolet C-10 came with a range of engines from 250ci to 402ci (marketed as 400ci), this 1967 Chevrolet C-10 has the 400ci (6.6L) V8 engine under the hood, paired to an automatic transmission and driving the rear wheels through an Eaton Posi 3.73 rear end. The V8 has been treated to a comprehensive array of enhancements, including Dart aluminum heads, Dart SHP dual plane intake, Flowtech headers, Van Senus flywheel, Quick Fuel Tech 4-barrel double pumper carb, Mahle forged flat top pistons and Lunati cam. Whilst the engine was rated at approximately 300hp when stock, it is no doubt that these enhancements have made it spicier.