You want cool? Youve got it with this 1969 Chevy C10 pickup. With a high-visibility paint job, a smooth small block V8 and a luxurious interior, they dont come any brighter than this. It also helps that this one has been expensively refreshed and carries a practical yet stylish 6-foot bed that can still work for a living. If youre looking for a seriously nice truck, they dont come much cleaner than this. Hugger Orange (and white) looks great on anything wearing a Chevy bowtie emblem, especially something born in the late 60s such as this. The investment in the sheetmetal is considerable given how nice the result looks, and the dedication that put this truck together shows, because the 6-year-old paint job still looks pretty darned good. A glance in all the nooks and crannies shows that it was a full cab-off job, because there are no traces of the original paint to be found anywhere. And thanks to the miracle of modern paints, itll probably look this good for decades. Add some bright stainless trim and chrome bumpers to break up all that orange, a neatly lettered tailgate that looks traditional, and a bed protected with a spray-in bedliner, and, well, you have one heck of a truck. The flashback to the 60s continues inside with cool orange houndstooth fabric inserts in the black vinyl bench seat. Workmanship is quite good and once youre inside, youll be impressed by the quality. Matching door panels and a set of plush black carpets add to the luxury-oriented vibe, and sharp-eyed viewers will spot details like a tilt steering column and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo system in the center of the dash. An array of factory gauges is included, and while theyre a little faded, the lenses are clear (the fuel and temperature gauges, plus the ammeter need to be checked). A factory steering wheel, a reproduction dash pad, and some heavy-duty rubber floor mats make this a truck that looks great but can be used every day if thats your thing. Much of this trucks driving pleasure comes from the 350 cubic inch V8 fitted between the fenders. It has a 1969 performance look, complete with an open-element Edelbrock air cleaner, Chevy Orange paint, and a set of matching black Edelbrock valve covers to make it look racy. Horsepower is enhanced by an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and matching aluminum intake manifold, an HEI ignition system, and a set of long-tube headers finished in black to keep a low profile. It runs extremely well, smooth but torquey, and theres a lot of new equipment so its ready to run. Its backed by a stout TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 12-bolt rear, so you dont have to worry about breakage if you actually put it to work (this would be an awesome tow vehicle for your Camaro!). The underside is typical of a vehicle that has lived someplace warm, and has been finished with a light dusting of undercoating for a uniform look. The exhaust system has also been finished in satin black for a low-profile look, and there are fresh shocks all around. It drives superbly. A pair of glasspack-style mufflers give it a mellow exhaust note and factory-style Rally wheels are fitted with fat 265/60/15 white-letter radials for a great street stance. This is a well-built truck with great hardware and a brilliant paint job. The fact that it can also earn its keep around the house only makes it easier to get approval for the purchase. Call today!
If youre unhappy with your Chevelles lack of trunk space, allow us to suggest an alternative: this awesome Rally Red 1971 El Camino, complete with a 454 cubic inch big block under the hood, a 4-speed between the seats, and lots of options. Styling was a high-water mark for the 1971 A-bodies and many find them to be the most attractive of all. With a high-quality restoration that looks and drives extremely well, this El Camino belongs at the top of your shopping list if youre looking for fast yet practical fun. Looking extremely handsome in bright Rally Red with white SS stripes, this El Camino was repainted not too long ago and its holding up very well. Thanks to an exceptional frame-off restoration in 1989 and great care by a hobbyist, its working days are over, so shining up the paint on a Saturday afternoon is routine. Panel gaps are very good considering that this is half truck, and the fully functional cowl induction hood gives it an aggressive look. White SS stripes were added, along with appropriate SS badges in all the correct locations, completing the transformation. All the chrome and stainless, including the bed rails around the pickup bed, is in very good condition with few signs of hard labor behind it. The white vinyl top makes it look dressed up and aside from some checking on the hood, youd never know this restoration is 30 years old. Looking in the bed, you can see just how clean and well-maintained this car really is. The beautiful white interior is as nice as the body, with a pair of buckets flanking a center console and Hurst 4-speed shifter. Accurate door panels and new red carpets and headliner were installed at the same time and give the interior a sporty vibe; from behind the wheel, you cant tell its not a Chevelle. The options list is extensive, including the aforementioned console, power windows (including vent windows!), power locks, tilt wheel, and factory A/C, which is all-new but has never been charged. The dash is impressive, with functional gauges and a beautiful dash pad, and in the spirit of performance, theres a fully array of dials including a rare factory tach. The stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit that fits well and they didnt hack up the dash. The engine is a stout LS4 454 cubic inch V8, rebuilt to LS6 specs and dressed for duty in the El Camino. With finned valve covers, factory cowl induction air cleaner, and original style exhaust manifolds, it could almost pass for an OEM installation. However, under the air cleaner lives an Edelbrock intake manifold, Rochester 4-barrel carburetor, upgraded cam, 10.5:1 compression pistons, and an HEI ignition system. A dual exhaust system gives it a fantastic big block bark, and the slick-shifting 4-speed manual transmission doesnt mind the occasional hard shift in the heat of combat. A heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end with an upgraded cover doesnt mind the horsepower one bit and the brakes were recently upgraded to 4-wheel discs. It rolls on a set of handsome 15-inch SS wheels wearing 235/60/15 white-letter radials. Look at the photos again. This is a clean, solid El Camino with big block power and a great paint job. For a fun, big block muscle car with enough practicality to work for a living, you could hardly do better than this great-looking 71 El Camino. Call today!
In 1976, when this Ford F150 Ranger XLT was built, the F-series was already on its way to becoming the best-selling vehicle in the world. Of course, thats easy to understand when they were as handsome and rugged as this long bed/regular cab example, which offers an appealing color combination, options like factory A/C, and a great-running 390 cubic inch V8. This vintage hauler offers just the right combination of functionality and flash, and the current condition is a wonderful testament to someones rather large investment in its care. The pretty Bahama Blue paint accentuates the trucks square-jawed look, and it looks like theres no project it cant handle. It also appears that this has always been a super clean original truck, because theres no evidence of panel replacements or significant metal surgery under the paint, and as a lifelong southern truck, rust is not really an issue. All the trim is in good original condition, including the cool stainless side molding that stretches the entire length of the truck, accentuating the length of the 8-foot bed. The front bumper is chrome and in pretty nice shape and the grille with its trademark high-mounted parking lights is instantly recognizable as a Ford from a mile away. In back, theres another shiny chrome bumper and the solid bed has just been finished with a non-skid bed liner material, making this truck ready to work or play. Oh, and a bed-mounted tool box helps keep it functional. The handsome blue crinkle cloth interior is original, but its still in good shape and probably shouldnt be restored. The bench seat wears funky 70s style patterns and shows that even a working class truck can have some style. The seat cover and door panel inserts are holding up well, while the gauges and instrument panel are also original and in very good condition. Ford gave F150 buyers a comprehensive set of instruments, but in 1974, things like A/C and an automatic transmission were expensive options (fortunately, this truck has both). Theres a newer AM/FM/CD stereo in the center of the dash feeding speakers in the doors, and it sounds impressive given the well-insulated cabin. Newer blue carpets certainly help with that and look great at the same time. 390 cubic inches is more than sufficient to get this truck moving in a hurry, and the engine bay itself is extremely clean and nicely detailed for a stock look. There are signs that some cosmetic clean-up was done a few years back, including nice Ford Blue paint on the air cleaner and valve covers, and basic black engine accessories like the massive A/C compressor. New hoses, plugs, wires and other maintenance items were installed recently, so it runs and drives beautifully, and theres a big aluminum radiator up front. A full dual exhaust system offers a great V8 rumble, which comes complements of new mufflers out back. The C6 3-speed automatic is virtually bulletproof and the chassis is proof enough that this is a clean truck from down south, one thats had a good amount of cash poured into it. Basic steel wheels with full wheel covers are factory-issue and carry 235/75/15 Michelin radials. If youre of a certain age, you grew up when these trucks were everywhere, but today nice ones are hard to find. Beautifully finished, surprisingly fast, and totally practical, this is an awesome truck at an awesome price. Call today!
In case you havent noticed, vintage trucks are red-hot right now, and those with something extra to offer, trucks like this awesome 1966 Chevrolet C10 pickup for instance, are at the very top of the charts. With a small block V8, sinister satin black paint, and a handsome interior, its a workhorse that has learned to dance. The blacked-out look works surprisingly well on the vintage C10 bodywork, and even with the low-gloss paint you can see that someone invested quite a bit of time in this truck. The satin paint has been applied over some very nicely done bodywork that retains all the dramatic creases and details that make these trucks so iconic. From the wrap-around hood treatment to the simple squared-off tailgate, this is one of the first trucks to make style a priority. Those bulging rear fenders help, too, giving it a muscular look that works rather well with the low-gloss paint. Of course, custom details are what set this particular truck apart, with some of the chrome being painted to match and some of it being refinished, including the grille and bumpers, so theres a little extra sparkle. The bed is beautifully finished with a dark stain and stainless hardware, with the sides being covered with spray-in bedliner material so itll look great for years to come. As brutal as the bodywork is, the interior is surprisingly upscale and refined. The original bench is finished in custom cloth and vinyl upholstery, with beautiful gray carpets and the door panels painted charcoal gray to match. The original instrument panel still has that cool flat pane of glass with all the needles stashed behind it, so it was easy to install a set of aftermarket gauges in there for a totally custom look. The 3-spoke steering wheel lives on a chrome tilt column, making this a very comfortable place to spend your time. Youll note that the shift quadrant now shows D-2-1, which comes complements of the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission now living in place of the original PowerGlide. An AM/FM/iPod stereo has been fitted in the original radios location and powers new speakers in a set of custom kick panels that almost look OEM. Power comes from a 350 cubic inch V8, and it fits like it was born under this trucks hood. That shouldnt be a surprise, since this truck likely carried a 283 from new, but the extra 67 cubes make a big difference in performance. A chrome air cleaner feeds an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor sitting on top of a matching intake manifold. Theres a bit of chrome dress up to go with the Chevy Orange paint, and the satin black inner fenders and firewall are tidy if not detailed for show. The undercarriage features long-tube headers feeding a throaty Flowmaster dual exhaust system gives it just the right sound, as well as Chevys long-arm rear suspension that rides rather well. Power steering and power front disc brakes make it easy to drive and there are fairly recent shocks all around that make this old truck feel a lot younger than it is. The look is completed by a set of blacked out Cragar aluminum wheels wearing very truck-like 31x10.50-15 General radials. You absolutely could not duplicate this truck for the asking price, and you wont find a cooler hauler for less cash anywhere. Affordable trucks just dont get much nicer. Call today!
This 1976 Ford F100 step-side pickup is certainly an unusual find, especially with that handsome black paint job, red interior, and a torquey 302 under the hood. With a great color combination and no signs of hard labor in its past, its a unique opportunity to pick up an often overlooked piece of Ford history, and at a great price point. Youve seen other mid-70s Ford pickups clattering and rattling down the interstate, held together with wire and duct tape, but you probably havent seen one this nice. From the shiny black paint, which is not quite how the factory did it, to the attractive stepside bed, this truck has been well maintained and nicely preserved almost from day one. The stepside bed gives it a rare and sporting attitude, as if those bulging fenders were there for performance reasons rather than convenience. Finish quality is quite nice for an old pickup, with the black paint applied professionally and to a higher driver-quality standard, and we love the way it looks. Theres a bit of chrome, including the front bumper thats probably original and the newer diamond-plate rear bumper. This was one of the last pickup lines with a real wood floor, and this one has been refinished to look slick, but its also ready for work. The beautiful red interior offers plush carpets and a fabric seat cover that gives the F-100 an upscale feel. The upholstered seat has been well-cared for, and it looks extra cool in the working-class pickup cab. Everything remains in good condition with very, very little wear, including the carpets. The wood-rimmed steering wheel helps class up the joint, and while column-shifted automatic transmission is a throwback to an earlier era, it moves through the gears neatly and fits this trucks personality just fine. The options list is light, as were many trucks from this era, but thats how it was with pickup trucks in the days before they were luxury cruisers, although an added set of gauges has been installed under the dash. There is no radio, but that means you can install the entertainment system of your choice in the factory dash position. Fords rugged and torquey 302 cubic inch V8 provides motivation, and it does just as good a job here as it did in the Mustangs where it was called the 5.0. Of course, its hard to leave a performance-oriented V8 alone, so it was recently rebuilt and fitted with a new Holley carburetor atop an Edelbrock intake, although both components have been hidden under a chrome open-element air cleaner. Matching chrome valve covers brighten up the engine bay, and the Ford Blue paint reminds you who built this one every time you open the hood. With a swell of torque and a wonderful sound from the headers and dual exhaust system, youll enjoy piloting this big truck as much as any vintage muscle car. The transmission was rebuilt at the same time as the engine, and the stock suspension still works well, both as a truck and as a fun vehicle to drive. As youd expect, the chassis is quite clean, showing only signs of age but not abuse. Four fat 235/75/15 Goodyear Wrangler radials have been fitted to a set of shiny aluminum bullet-hole wheels to complete the high-impact look. For those who appreciate something a little out of the ordinary, while also delivering plenty of performance and fun, this F-100 is for you. Step-sides dont pop up all that often, this one should fly out of our showroom! Call today!
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Remember when youd see tough little S10 pickups all over the place? The factory got in on the action with the 1989 Chevrolet S-10 BAJA, and maybe its a truck whose time has come again. You certainly wont see them on every street today and it still has a tough, purposeful look thats appealing even 30 years later. The only color available on the BAJA pickups was white, and the high-contrast look of the white paint, blacked trim, and red graphics works rather well. It certainly doesnt look dated and someone has taken very good care of this particular truck so it looks pretty darned good overall. Not perfect, but certainly nice enough to generate more than a few thumbs-up gestures on the road, yet not so nice that you wont use it as intended. The S-10s squared-off bodywork still has a tough, working class look that is quintessential truck and even though its small, it still looks tough. Enhancing that look is a roll bar mounted in the bed, custom tubular bumpers, and, of course, the driving lights (they are not hooked up due to traffic laws). The bed features a spray-in bedliner that means you can still use the truck for its real purpose and by the looks of things, this S-10 never really had to work a day in its life. Thats exactly the kind of truck you want to own today. The interior is pure 1980s, complete with cloth seats with red stripes that look very space-age. Nevertheless, the Baja comes with a long list of standard equipment, including working factory A/C, power windows and locks, a tilt wheel, and even cruise control. The factory upholstery is in good condition considering its 30 years old and even the carpets are holding up pretty well. The controls will seem familiar, because almost everyone owned one of these at some point, and with a center console between the seats, the BAJA seems right at home in todays world. Even the stereo is pretty good, an original AM/FM/CD stereo head unit that was on the cutting edge of technology in 1989. Thats the shifter for the 4-wheel-drive system in the middle and theres a helpful pictograph on the front of the console to remind you that youre in 2WD or 4WD. A sliding glass rear window is another nice feature that makes this truck very pleasant to drive year round. GMs 4.3 liter V6 was a real workhorse in these compact pickups, and considering its of a 350 V8, you shouldnt be surprised that its a pretty good performer. As is common with the 4.3 and GM fuel injection of the period, its a little grumpy when its cold and you could probably improve it with nothing more than a tune-up. The engine bay is quite stock and very clean, so you know it has never spent time in the winter weather and someone obviously has been looking after this truck for the past few decades. Theres plenty of torque on tap for the relatively lightweight little truck and it should continue to run pretty much indefinitely if you take care of it. An automatic transmission is the right choice with the burly V6, making this a truck that will cruise through traffic at rush hour or climb a trail equally well. The independent front end gives it surprisingly good road manners for a burly 4x4 and the custom exhaust system offers a fun soundtrack. Factory wheels painted black work well with the rest of the BAJA look and theyre equipped with 235/75/15 Goodyear Wrangler radials. Small pickups have virtually disappeared from showrooms, but theyre still a great alternative if you just want a fun all-purpose vehicle. The BAJA delivers and does it with style. Call today!
You may note with some interest that trucks like this 1969 Chevrolet C10 sell faster than just about anything else we have in stock. Theyre handsome, rugged, and with the right upgrades, a ton of fun on the street (think: Camaro with a bed). So it is with some urgency that I ask you to look it over, then give us a call, because like those that have come before it this one surely wont last long. Lowered and bristling with horsepower, this slick C10 takes everything that was great about these trucks and turns it up to 11. Note the billet grille, the perfect stance, and the shaved rear bumper, all of which suggest theres more to this pickup than just hauling lumber. The sizzling bright red paint gives it a high-impact attitude that works neatly the aggressive details, making most folks do a double-take when they see it because it looks exactly right. Finish quality is good all around, not perfect, but nice enough to be worth of the attention that it generates on the street. A few chrome accents like the relatively fresh front bumper and high-mounted side mirror, as well as the billet grille insert, gives it a well-detailed look that will never go out of style. The bed is still ready to work, too, thanks to a spray-in bedliner that was color-matched to the bodywork. The handsome black interior keeps things subtle but on-point, using stock materials to emulate the factory look and tie it together with the exterior. A few modern details have been added in the interest of comfort and performance, most notably the white-faced gauges, a sporty 3-spoke steering wheel, and a tilt steering column, but it still feels like a vintage truck. The tooled vinyl seat cover is how it would have been originally and the red accents brighten up the interior nicely. Theres an aftermarket A/C unit under the dash, and it integrates so nicely youd almost think its an OEM installation. Theres also a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo neatly installed in the center of the dash, and it feeds new speakers in the door panels. New carpets, heavy-duty floor mats, and tinted windows round out the list of upgrades that make this truck a pleasure to drive. The snarling 350 cubic inch small block V8 would definitely be at home in an early Camaro, and this relatively lightweight pickup makes good use of the horsepower on tap. Its based on a 4-bolt block, and all the good stuff is here, including a Comp Cams valvetrain with a lopey camshaft, 76cc heads, a 760 Holley carburetor on a matching intake, and an HEI ignition system to light it up. It looks fantastic with Chevy Orange paint and a few polished aluminum dress-up pieces and chrome accessories. Long-tube headers dump into a custom Flowmaster dual exhaust system that tucks up into the frame for good ground clearance on this lowered pickup and produce an awesome soundtrack at full throttle. The 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission was built with performance in mind and includes a 2800 RPM TCI stall torque converter that makes it feel snappy around town. Theres also a rugged 12-bolt rear end, probably necessary with those giant rear meats, as well as a Bell Tech suspension that gives it that awesome stance. Add in a custom gas tank and those slick Torque Thrust B wheels for a traditional look, and it wears 235/60/15 front and 275/60/15 rear blackwall radials. If you like the look, youre going to love how it runs. Like I said, this truck probably wont last long, especially after the first guy comes in for a test drive. Call today!
Growing up in the 80s, trucks this this 1985 Ford F150 4x4 were common, but not many folks took care of them. Today, finding a nice one is a very pleasant surprise, particularly with Fords famous 5.0 under the hood, which makes this pickup feel more like a Mustang with a big trunk than an industrial-strength hauler. If you had serious work to do, you bought a long bed and maybe a bigger truck, meaning that this F150 stepside regular cab pickup has led a nice life as a daily driver and hobby vehicle. As a result, its in above-average condition for its age and still offers a lot of virtues for not a lot of cash. The bright red paint still shines up nicely and as a regular cab stepside model, it has pleasing proportions that give it a sporty look. It doesnt appear to have lived anyplace where snow and salt are common, so the finish is pretty close to how it must have looked almost 30 years ago, although its probably a repaint done some years ago. Its accessorized with a hood scoop, windshield visor, those very butch twin exhaust stacks, and tubular steps that make getting into the lifted cab easy. The bed is fitted with beautiful oak planks that gives the stepside an old-school look. Theres more evidence of this trucks easy life inside, where youll find a comfortable red cloth interior thats more luxury than working class. The factory upholstery is in very good condition, typical of the eras durable fabrics and it isnt as dated as youd think for the mid-80s. The gauges are legible and clear, the door panels are in nice shape with only a light depression where the drivers elbow might have rested and a really nice dash pad that hasnt been cooked by the sun. Theres a custom Grant GT steering wheel that works rather well in the F150s cab and aluminum knobs for the shifter and 4-wheel drive lever. Factory A/C is a welcome addition and it still blows cold, and the stereo has been upgraded to a modern AM/FM/CD unit that sounds great. For warmer days, the vent windows in the doors and sliding rear window make a pleasant breeze in the cab, making this a truck youll look forward to driving no matter what the weather is doing. Best of all, theres a 5.0 liter V8 under the hood. With genetic ties directly to the famous Mustang 5.0, comparisons are inevitable, and the truth is, everything that was great about the engine survives in this pickup 100% intact. Its torquey, smooth, and makes great V8 sounds from the twin stacks behind the cab. Its also bulletproof reliable, and thanks to an Edelbrock intake and carburetor, a recent tune up, and an aftermarket air filter assembly, it runs superbly. Backed by a slick-shifting automatic transmission, its punchy around town and just loafs along at highway speeds, and the 2-speed transfer case means it doesnt mind slow going in the mud. The engine bay is nicely detailed with some chrome and bright yellow wire loom, while the chassis is so clean that we have a hard time believing that it has ever been off road. The body lift gives it a great stance while retaining the stock suspensions great off-roading abilities and ride. Oversized chrome wheels wear fat 35x12.50-15 off-road radials at all four corners. With handsome good looks, plenty of practicality, and a 5.0 thats just waiting for a few well-chosen mods, this F150 offers an opportunity for lots of fun. Call today!
Looking for a classic pickup thatll stand out in the crowd? Pull up almost anywhere behind the wheel of this 1951 Ford F-1 and its a pretty sure thing no one will be mistaking it for anyone elses ride. This distinctive pickup features an array of inspired custom touches over its vintage foundation. Add to that its freshened drivetrain and a number of upgrades under its hood and you have a truck thats every bit as fun to drive as it is to gawk at. Ford created the F-1 when, in the aftermath of WWII, the manufacturer set about creating a line of pickups that no longer shared an underpinning with any of its passenger cars. The F-1s rugged form lends itself well to the customization thats been added to the mix - the amplified front and rear fenders on this pickup would catch anyones attention right off the bat. Those enhancements sit right next to a cab thats been left in largely stock configuration, down to the sizable visor looming over the front windshield, and features a front grille and headlights that, like the majority of the other trim on board, has been blacked out for dramatic effect. The blending of original and customized elements creates a very effective overall look. Riding low to the ground and clad in matte black, this truck will no doubt pull focus wherever it roams. The interior is very nicely finished, with a pair of brand new black TMI bucket seats sitting astride a contrasting red center console that show very little wear on their detailed vinyl surfaces. A snug-fitting, new headliner has been installed, along with new trim panels and fresh gray carpeting that lines the floor. A lot of careful planning went into this driving environment - the pieces really fit together well, both spatially and aesthetically. Farther forward, the dash area also features a great blend of new and old - its still mostly in the same overall configuration it left the assembly line with so many years ago, but it now sports Dakota Digital gauges in the instrument cluster and a retro-look aftermarket stereo at its center. An updated steering wheel sits on the tilt column just in front. The bed floor is lined with diamond plate and youll find a modern 20 gallon fuel cell in place just behind the cab. You might be inclined to think that streetability would be a secondary concern in a modded pickup like this, but this 51 actually runs and drives impressively well - you dont often come across this kind of ride quality on a lowered truck. It sits on a much more modern S10 frame, which definitely accounts for some of its smoothness. Power comes via a freshened drivetrain - the 350 cubic inch V8 sitting in the engine compartment is armed with an Edelbrock intake and carb and recently had its main seal replaced and the automatic transmission was serviced and resealed not long ago as well. There are a number of other outstanding upgrades on display here as well - HEI ignition teams with MSD plug wires to provide maximum spark, and a sizable radiator sits up front with an electric fan to keep operating temperatures under control. Power steering makes for easy navigation, while power brakes that feature front discs with slotted and drilled rotors provide dependable, fade resistant stops. This head turner rides on a set of jet black 17 American Racing Torque Thrust wheels wrapped with Nitto tires. With its undeniable presence and exhilarating driving experience, this 1951 Ford F-1 is a rare find. Call today!
This 1984 GMC High Sierra is one sharp looking classic truck. Its come through the years in strong fashion, re-energized with fresh paint along the way and it still features its original drivetrain, anchored by a strong running V8 under the hood. With its tastefully restored exterior resting on a very strong foundation, just a few finishing touches - none of them particularly involved - will take things to the next level and result in a vintage ride that will definitely attract attention. The light blue and silver combo now draped over the exterior is a great match for this Chevy. Two-tone color schemes have always been a popular choice on trucks of this vintage and for good reason - they provide a fresh look while staying very much in keeping with their original identity. The work here has been performed well. The paint has nice, even coloring and sits under a strong clearcoat that provides a deep shine, and the pinstripes separating the colors still show sharp edges. GMC trucks had the distinction of being among the first to be computer tested before prototypes ever hit the road and the resulting foundation here has served its purpose well - after more than 35 years of service, the body lines on this pickup are solid and theres no evidence of any sagging below. A lap around the truck will also show that the trim is in good order - particularly the stretch of chrome running along the sides and back. The bumpers are solid and well-aligned and the diamond plating at the rear is a fitting reminder that this High Sierra is a workhorse at its core. The stance strikes a nice balance - its just a little lower than stock but leaves plenty of tire clearance for driving in everyday conditions with no problem. Theres a clean comfortable interior waiting inside the doors. The light blue bench seat at its center shows very little wear, and still has plenty of padding under its cloth cover. Fresh-looking carpeting lines the floor and to each side, the door panels still cling firmly to the steel that surrounds them. The original steering wheel holds its place on the column and the dash area just beyond it still carries its assortment of factory components, including the stock gauges inside the chrome-finished instrument panel and the original AM/FM radio. This truck left the factory with air conditioning already on board, and likely just a little attention in the form of a simple freon charge will have this feature back online in short order. The bed area in back really looks sharp. Youll find no evidence of damage from shifting cargo inside the walls - in fact, theres not so much as a major scratch visible, and the liftgate raises and lowers with no issues at all. Everything is in good order beneath the hood. The original 305 cubic inch V8 sits in a well-maintained compartment, surrounded by a clean firewall and inner fenders and its running strong, sending a deep throaty note out to the dual exhaust. The engine pairs with a 4-speed automatic 700r4 transmission whose overdrive gear makes for nice easy motoring at highway speeds. Power steering makes this vintage Chevy easy to navigate, while power brakes that feature discs up front bring dependable, fade resistant stops as it rolls on its set of 15 factory Rally wheels outfitted with RWL Cobra Radial G/T tires. Stylish and rugged at the same time, this 1984 GMC High Sierra would be a great score for the classic truck enthusiast who puts a high priority on a strong running condition and sharp appearance. Call today!
Such a cool looking vintage pickup! This 1958 Chevrolet Apache combines an ultra sharp exterior decked out in an authentic-looking color scheme and offers plenty of dependable power via an assortment of quality components under the hood. If youre looking to get behind the wheel of a truly classic truck but dont want to sacrifice modern drivability, you need to check this one out. This 58 was a proud member of Chevys Task Force pickups - a group of sturdy workhorses that added a number of aesthetic and mechanical refinements to the preceding Advance Design line. The fresh overall look of this classic is the first thing that grabs your attention. Its well aligned exterior sports a very sharp red and white paint combo that provides an authentic vintage appearance to really make it come alive and the shaved door handles to each side really allow the paint to step to the forefront. The panel alignment looks great - the hood sits nice and level and the doors are flush with the front fenders. Chevy brought out the wraparound windshield the very year this truck debuted, and it not only provided better visibility than what came before it, but its curvature matches up nicely with the hood below. Up front, the pair of twin headlights - another stylistic first debuting the very year this truck came out - are surrounded by clean casings and both the grille and bumper just below are looking their best. The red and white interior is a great complement to whats outside and it sports some great craftsmanship. The pair of two-tone red and white bucket seats bring the exterior theme inside the cabin and their fresh vinyl covers show no creasing or discoloration from use as they loom over an expanse of matching red carpeting. A sturdy woodgrain steering wheel provides a great look as it sits on its tilt column, while just beyond it an assortment of Summit gauges take the place of the originals in the dash, which has been refreshed with plenty of prep work and nicely applied white paint. Theres an AM/FM/CD stereo also on board to look after your audio requests and it teams with speakers mounted in the center console to fill the cabin with sound. In back, the planks lining the floor of the bed have been left in their raw state, but they look none the worse for wear and sit nice and level as they support an aftermarket fuel cell. Theres plenty of power on hand via the 350 cubic inch V8 that sits inside a very clean engine compartment. Its been armed with a Summit intake manifold and a 4-barrel Holley carb just below its chrome air cleaner and a pair of chrome Chevy-branded valve covers are at its sides. The engine is running strong and sends a nice deep note into the aftermarket headers leading out to its dual exhaust as it pairs with a 3-speed automatic TH400 transmission. An HEI ignition system has also been added to maximize available spark. Power brakes that include discs up front bring this great looking Apache to prompt stops on its set of American Racing Torq Thrust wheels - 17 in front and 18 in back -wrapped with Toyo H/T Open Country tires that appear to have plenty of tread remaining. Below, the undercarriage is in impressively solid shape. This 1958 Chevrolet Apache is a very nicely restored vintage pickup and with its drivetrain in top form, its ready to hit the asphalt just as soon as you get it home. Call today!
1969 Ford F-100 Ranger, 240 cu. 6Cyl, Autolite 1101, 1-V Manuel Choke Carburetor, Warner T85N 3 speed with overdrive Trans. Stock Driveline, Stock rear end & axles, Manuel drum brakes, Manuel steering. VIN. F10ACE73272
This vehicle, when sold at the listed price, will include free shipping within the Continental United States.This 1971 GMC Sierra Grande was the top of the line in its day. This is a three owner truck that was built in Atlanta and has remained in the Atlanta area ever since. There has been a lot of work done on this truck in the last 5 years including new paint, new crate motor and new interior. It comes with a folder full of receipts.New 350 V-8 crate motor in 2013TH350 automatic transmissionStock suspension and rear endPower steeringPower front disc brakesFactory A/C truck (not working)New Edelbrock carburetorNew exterior two-toned finish in 2016Original body moldingsAll new emblems, bezels and side markersBlack textured Rhino type bed finishBed removed and cab painted properlyNew interior seat covers, door panels, arm rests and seat beltsNew dash pad comes with itLED taillights and side marker lightsNew cab bushingsNew rubbers and window feltsNew hood springsSold new in Atlanta, 1st owner until 1983Second owner from 1983 to 2005, 22 yearsThird owner from 2005 to current, 13 yearsComplete folder of build receiptsThis truck can be driven daily. It runs and drives extremely well. With very little work it could be a weekend warrior at the local shows! For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
This vehicle, when sold at the listed price, will include a guarantee and free shipping within the Continental United States.This truck is a beast of a build! It’s a 1970 Chevy C10 that has been customized from top to bottom. This is a high dollar frame-off restoration with less than 15K miles.· 383 stroker V-8 engine· TH400 automatic transmission· 2500 stall convertor· Ford 9” posi rear with 3.50 gear· Frame-off restored· Complete engine bay detail· Power steering· Power 4 wheel disc brakes· Ceramic coated headers· Be Cool aluminum radiator· Dual electric fans· Quick Fuel Slayer 750 carburetor· Spectre air filter system· Polished intake· Chrome alternator· Custom valve covers· Optima battery· Fuel pressure gauge· Electronic ignition· Gray interior in very nice condition· Matching door panels and headliner· Billet Specialties steering wheel and dash face pieces· Chrome tilt column· Billet handles and rearview mirror· Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with Jensen speakers· Sport-Comp tach· TCI Outlaw shifter· Separate switches for the dual electric fans· Air bag switches and gauges in the glove box· Heavy floor mats· Perfectly detailed inner bed with oak wood floor· Breath-taking exterior base/clear finish· Custom flames· Sanded and buffed to a mirror finish· Shaved doors with poppers· New grill, mirrors, headlights and taillights· New tinted glass· Chopped top· Painted bumpers· New 20” Ridler chrome wheels· 245/35ZR20 on the front· 305/50R20 on the back· Custom side exhaust ports· Detailed undercarriage· Tubbed· Under mount fuel cell· Air bag system· Dual exhaust from the headers out the side· Painted drive shaft· Less than 15K miles since completion There’s no doubt that a fortune was spent on this truck. Take a listen to the video and you’ll understand how it runs as good as it looks. This truck is a strong running crowd pleaser! For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at email@example.com
1987 GMC Sierra 1500 LWB 4x4 truck. It has the 350 Throttle Body engine with a 400 Turbo transmission. It has dual exhaust mufflers but no tail pipes. All the lights work even the tag light and dash panel lights. The paint on the truck has some nicks and scratches and some places the paint has chipped off. There is some rust on the body as seen in pics. Not real bad but there. The body side molding could stand to be replaced but ok as is. It has factory power steering and power disc brakes along with factory A/C that works. The seat has a cover over it. The seat cover needs replaced as it has tape covering the bad places. Looks good with seat cover. The door panels are faded but in good shape. The dash pad cover is new. The gauges appear to be working. It has a rubber mat on the floor and came that way from factory. All the glass looks good and the windows roll up and down. The doors shut good and tight. It has a Panasonic stereo/CD player. The wipers work as does the horn. The bed has a bedliner in it with a tool box and bed rails. The tires has plenty of tread left on them. The underside of truck looks solid. Hard to find a 1987 4X4. Good driver.
Here is a very nice, freshly built 1957 Chevy Suburban. Dont see many of these around anymore. This one is really nice. It has a 1975 Model 350 engine that is pretty stock and runs great. It has an Aluminum Radiator to keep the engine running cool. Added was Vintage A/C that blows cold and perfect for these hot summer days. It has a Pro comp intake and dual exhaust. The paint is a satin Blue with off White trim and looks great. All the body lines are good and doors shut easy. The door glass rolls up and down good. All the glass is new as is all the rubbers around the glass. The 350 Turbo transmission shifts out smooth. The interior is all new including seats and seat covers with both front and back being bucket seats. The headliner is new as are the gauges and they all work. The paint dash and door panels look great. The interior matches the exterior. It has new door handles both inside and outside. The wipers were converted to electric and work great. The Chrome Polished tilt steering column looks great with the original style steering wheel. It has a nice Pioneer stereo/CD player to listen to your favorite tunes. All the lights work.It has a Nova front clip with power steering and power disc brakes. The rear is a 10 bolt geared for hwy driving. This Suburban has been lowered and has 17 inch Riddler wheels with new 215/55R17 tires on front and 235/65R17 on back. It has an awesome stance. Very nice Suburban here.
Here is a good running and very solid 1966 Ford F-100 Stepside short bed truck. It has a 69 or 70 model 302 engine that runs great. The transmission is a fully synchronized 3 speed on the column manual. The body is solid with only surface rust. The truck has never been painted. It has only surface rust. This truck was in the process of being restored by previous owner but he had too many projects going on and decided to sell this truck. He had even bought the paint to have truck painted and that goes with the truck. Here are some of the things that has already been done on this truck:New RadiatorNew Alternator & Voltage RegulatorNew WindshieldNew SeatNew Wood Bed and Cross BracesNew Taillights & BraketsNew Tailgate Chains & HingesNew Rear Bumper & BracketsGood Used Front Bumper & GrilleNew Headlights & AdjustersNew Brakes ( About 1 year ago )New Exhaust & Flow Sound MufflersAluminum Alloy 16 Inch WheelsAs you can see a good bit of stuff has been bought and put on this truck already. The floors are solid as are the cab mounts. This would be a good truck to have painted since you will already have the paint or just drive it as is with that Patina look. I also have the correct year steering wheel that goes with truck if you dont like the later model steering wheel on it now.
Here is a super nice 1987 Chevy Scottsdale C-10 truck. This truck runs strong and drives great. It came from the factory with the 5.0 Liter engine but now has a 383 Stroker engine with alot of power. It sounds awesome with the headers and dual exhaust. It has a Holley Carb. The inner fenders are new and the whole engine compartment is very nicely detailed. The automatic transmission is gone and was replaced with a Muncie 4 speed manual transmission. This truck is a blast to drive. The Blue paint is fresh and slick and the body is straight. The original hood was replaced with a new cowl hood. The bed has a nice spray in bedliner that looks great. The entire interior is new. The seat, carpet, door panels, headliner, retro sound stereo and dash are all new. The A/C system is new and blows cold. It has Billet Specialty wheels with Nitto tires. Tubular upper and lower control arms. The rear is a 12 bolt. All the lights works and all the gauges work except the oil pressure gauge which is an easy fix. This truck has a great stance.
Here is a pretty nice 1993 Ford F-150 XLT 4X4 short bed truck. According to Carfax it has never had an accident. The mileage on the truck is 105442 and Carfax backs that up. It has a good running 5.0 Liter engine connected to an automatic transmission. It runs out and shifts out good. The truck was bought new in Dallas, Ga and has remained in Georgia except for a month stay in Tennessee. The body is solid as is the floors and bed. The paint is good but not perfect. I would call it driver quality. The interior looks great with the seat, door panels, headliner and carpet all in good shape. It has power windows, power locks, power side mirrors and power drivers seat. Everything works like it should. it has tilt steering and a nice Kenwood Stereo/CD player. The tires are brand new Firestone 35X12.50R20LT and the wheels are new as well. Even bought 5 to have have matching spare. The lift is pretty new as well. It drives good on the road. Has a step to get up into truck. The 4WD works like it should. Just a good older 4X4 truck.
Here is a really nice and real clean 1991 Chevy 1500 SWB truck. This truck is showing 201,898 but previous owner put a new engine in this truck at 187,810 so engine only has 14,000 miles on it. It runs and drives great. The overdrive transmission shifts smooth like it should. The paint looks good and the body is straight. There are no dings or rust bubbles. This truck has always been in Georgia. The interior is really nice and clean with no blemishes on seat. The headliner, carpet and door panels all look good. It has power windows and locks that work. Everything on the truck works including all the gauges and lights. It still has the factory stereo. According to Carfax it was involved in a minor accident back in 1996 but looking at it today there are no signs of an accident. The truck is the original color of blue. It has a bedliner to protect the bed as well as a tool box. The underside of truck is solid with no rust issues. These 1988 to early nineties truck are really holding their value good and are becoming more popular. This truck I would drive anywhere.
Here is a good running and driving 1989 GMC Sierra 1500 4X4 truck. This truck has always been in Georgia so there are no rust issues. It is powered by the 5.7 Liter 350 engine. Under the hood is still all stock.The overdrive transmission shifts out like it should. The Red paint is in good condition with a good shine to it. The interior is also in overall good shape. Minor wear on the drivers side seat but original seat cover so it has held up good. Everything works as far as all the gauges, lights, A/C & heat, wipers etc.. The original radio is still in the truck. Someone disconnected it and bought a Stereo/CD player to put in the opening where the old CD player was. They bought the dash piece to replace the original piece that fits the stereo but the piece is black and needs to be dyed to match the red dash. The stereo and dash piece come with the truck. The glove box lid is broken and needs to be replaced. The bed is in great shape and not all scratched up. The 4WD works good. It has not been lifted so it rides good. This would be a good daily driver truck. These body style trucks are gaining value. Dont miss this one. This truck has never been in any accidents according to CarFax.
Do you have memories of riding around in Pawpaws truck? Does the smell of an old truck take you back to your childhood? Do you have a box of old 8-Tracks laying around? If so, then this truck is for you! The old truck is solid, its original 302 and 3 speed work flawlessly, and the ride is exceptional. Has a great looking interior and the original 8 track radio. These truck are getting harder to find in this condition. Most of them got used on the farm or as plumbers trucks and were completely destroyed. This one is a keeper!!Come in today and lets work a deal.FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS!!
Its not often that you see a pickup from the 80s in this condition. Most were used as work horses and completely destroyed. This 1985 F100 XLT is a very nice truck. It is equipped with the 5.8L 351 and an automatic transmission. The truck has 86,606 miles and has a one owner Georgia title. Great truck to put to work or to cruise around in.Give us a call and lets work a deal.
In the realm of todays classic trucks, there are many avenues that someone can take to build one. On any internet search you can find ample supply of vintage trucks ranging from a few hundred dollars to well over 6 figures. On one hand there is the satisfaction you could get by building your own ride. On the other hand, the drive is the important part to some people. If you are a part of the latter group...... Boy do we have a ride for you!!This 1969 Ford F100 pickup is off the charts nice! The owner started with a solid truck and made it into the beauty you see before you. Lots of man hours went in to making subtle yet immaculate improvements to the whole package. All of the body seams have been welded and smoothed, the drip rails have been removed, hand sanded and polished Mahogany bed-wood with aluminum strips were installed in the bed, all of the exterior trim is NEW, and the super slick Royal Maroon and Wimbledon White paint was laid down on a wave and dent free body. The exterior lights are all LEDs. The interior is stock appearing with the addition of an awesome leather bench seat and fully polished steering column. The custom center console houses 2 cup holders and the Panasonic double DIN radio complete with Apple software, navigation, and a back up camera. The wheels are Ridler 650s; 20x8 and 20x10 with 285/35R20 and 255/35/R20 Nitto tires. The rear suspension is stock and the front end has been swapped with a Crown Victoria clip complete with power steering and power disc brakes. The power for this beauty comes from a stock 351 Windsor and a C6 automatic.This truck needs absolutely nothing but a driver!! It is a show stopper and a trophy winner anywhere you would want to take it!!!Call or stop by and lets work a dealFinancing available from Collector Car Lending for qualified buyers.
GENERAL INFORMATION; NEW CRATE MOTOR from Summit Racing August 2018. Truck was professionally built by Jim Bush of Southerm Calif and completed in early 2016. Jim put 3,000 miles on it himself and I purchased it in the summer of 2016 and shipped up here to the north Georgia mountains. To use as a daily driver. Truck now has 13,000 miles on it since the complete frame off restoration. Never smoked in and always garaged. But driven a few time a week, every week, to town and around the mountains. I also have a "build book" supplied by Jim with pictures of every stage of the build. Invoices, tech sheets, all manuals, and parts information for easy parts replacement. Look at the detail of my exterior, interior, dash board, under hood,and under entire truck and compare to those $60k street rods. You will be surprised. I used the autotrader recommended transport company out of California when I bought it there and it was reasonable and worked perfectly without any damage, they also offer inspection services too...IMPORTANT:.Also remember states like Georgia don't charge sales tax when you buy from another individual older cars..Older cars are exempt because of age. But if you buy from a dealer you will pay 6 or 7% sales tax because it is required at the dealer level. This saves you another $2,500 on the transaction, in the state of Georgia anyway. I found this out when I bought from an individual in California and went to register here in Georgia. No sales tax required the tax office told me. Saved $2500. Check the state you live in? CHASSIS; 1979 Camaro Z-28 front clip with HD sway bar. Completely rebuilt and powder coated before installation. Than the frame was boxed. With front disk brakes. NEW Camaro steering box installed Sept 2018. NEW Corvette master cylinder installed JULY 2017. NEW electric radiator fan installed July 2018. Camaro rear banjo, leaf springs, and positraction rear end. 18gal gas tank installed under bed in the rear of the truck. Perfectly wired, a work of art. Power steering and power brakes. Have pictures of underneath of truck. Looks as good as the rest of the truck other than rock chips from driving it. Clean no dirt. Have cleaned regularly. BEWARE OF ADS THAT DO NOT SHOW UNDERNEATH OF CAR ESPECIALLY AT A DEALERSHIP THAT HAS LIFTS AND MECHANICS. MOST OF THOSE YOU SEE WILL BE CARS ON "CONSIGNMENT" NOT OWNED BY THEM. CONSIGNMENT CARS ARE HEAVILY MARKET UP DO TO FEES TOO SELL.....POWER TRAIN; BRAND NEW $6,000 crate motor installed this month (Sept 2018) at 11,000 miles specifically to get truck sold. Go to my FB listed below for audio and video of motor running as well as exhaust sound. The original 350 was old and not long for the world. Would not try and sell the truck with it. Purchased from Summit Racing. Manufactured by Blue Print Engines of Nebrask. You can google them for all the specs. Blue Print supplies all the racing companies selling engines; Speedway, Summit, Jegs, etc. It is a 350/373 small block Chevrolet.I chose low compression heads (9.1 to 1) so I could use regular gas. High performance distributor and wiring, Holley intake, Holley four barrel carb with two fuel feeds. Has a hydraulic roller cam which makes the car idle real good and exhaust sounds great because of it. Summit heat coated exhaust headers. Dyno sheet supplied with engine shows 401hp at 5,900rpm. Has a Summit Racing B&M torque converter and Summit Racing GM 700R4 four speed automatic transmission. Purchased new at the start of the build. Has a transmission cooler also. Also as I mentioned previously a GM positraction rear end. In 4th gear overdrive, at 70mph motor runs at 2500rpm, at 80mph runs at 2,900rpm.. With every increase of ten miles per hour rpm increases by 400. When you manually shift into third gear the rpm increases 400. I changed the break in oil at 11,500 and changed again at 12,000. Will need oil change at 15,000.INTERIOR; Very soft Vinyl seats, headliner, and door panels. Feel and look like leather but clean easy because of being vinyl. Cream color. Amazing interior work as you can see. Vintage air and heat that work perfectly in any weather conditions. Again looks like a factory installation using vents in dashboard. Camaro tilt steering column with custom wood trimmed wheel. Auto Meter gauges, as well as a Stewart Warner Tach, that ALL work perfectly. All interior and exterior lighting work perfectly as well. Kenwood stereo and speakers under both seats. All glass good and windows and electric wipers work perfectly too.BODY; all original metal. NO dents or scratches but one minor paint chip on front of hood. All doors, hood fenders, and tailgate line up extremely well. Doors and hood close and open easily as well as the windows roll up easy too. 17 inch American Racing Polished Wheels. Tires have 12,000 miles on them.MISC INFO; Also have custom truck cover. Compare this truck to ALL trucks for sale, in every detail, on Autotrader or any other classic sites and I am confident you will not see a truck of this quality for less than $60,000. Compare my pictures and details exterior, interior, dash, wiring, engine, engine compartment, and underside of truck and my truck becomes a CHEAP deal by comparison. No money spared on this truck and installed $6000 crate engine this month just to sell it. You cannot build for this price. This is a fully completed restoration, nothing you need to do to it but drive it. You will not be disappointed if you come and inspect. If you become a potential buyer, will have to have monies electronically transferred into my bank account before truck or ownership papers leave here. That is how I did it with Jim when I bought it and that is the deal. NO PayPal scams or offers please. Common to have scammers send me emails wanting to buy the truck immediately at full ask through PayPal and they will handle shipping. Be very aware of internet scams when buying and selling. PayPal does not guarantee the seller good funds on vehicle sales only on packages shipped by FEDEX, UPS, USPS. Auto trader offers inspection services and transport services. I use them to buy truck from Jim Bush in Calif. I didn't go there and see it. Autotrader services worked perfectly.. Call me at 615-579-4420 for any info you may need. Check me out on my FB page so you know who I am. bobmcdevitt.14 Morganton, ga. Thanks. Don't want to waste your time or mine....SINCE THIS HOLIDAY TIME OF THE YEAR AND A TOUGH WINTER WILL KEEP PICE AT $38,900. ONCE THE HOLIDAYS ARE OVER AND GETS CLOSER TO SPRING TRUCK WILL GO BACK TO ORIGINAL PRICING OF $43,500. WILL START TO RAISE PRICE $1,000 PER MONTH STARTING JANUARY 2019. DID THAT ON MY RV's IN THE PAST AND ALWAYS SEEMED TO WORK. MORE BUYERS AT THAT TIME LOOKING ONCE HOLIDAYS ARE OVER, WEATHER GETS BETTER, AND INCOME TAX MONEY STARTS TO COME BACK...