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Nebraska Farm Find: 1967 Chevrolet C-10

1967 Chevrolet C-10

Here’s a cool old farm truck that’s worth a look. It has a 283 under the hood and most of paint is claimed to be original. The seller has addressed any serious rust and is going to have the interior done by the time the auction is over. With it’s short bed and worn paint, it has the perfect look. The bidding is getting a little high for my work truck budget though. Take a look here on eBay and let us know what you think.


  1. Avatar photo Rick

    Looks like a solid original truck. Wonder how crazy the $$$ is gonna get?

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  2. Avatar photo JW454

    I had a 1970 back in 1980. I was never a fan of the “in cab” fuel tank idea. I believe there are options to move it under the bed now. This one looks to be in great shape but I think bidding is starting to get a bit too high.

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  3. Avatar photo John

    I bought one used in 1967 in Lima Perú with the 283 cu in V8 and never found out how fast it could actually go. The speedometer needle went to the end and then back past 0 again…

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  4. Avatar photo JW

    Had a 68 long bed K10 with a 327 / auto trans truck/ It was modified and would haul a bed full of split wood and also pull a car trailer with another pickup on it without a problem, sure miss that truck. This one is a sweet short bed which are getting harder to find but being only 2 WD I think it’s $9100 is a tad bit high.

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  5. Avatar photo mark

    Had a 68 many years ago (late 70’s). It had a 307 and the power glide automatic. Drove it when I was in high school.

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  6. Avatar photo geomechs Member

    This is my kind of truck. Drive it and put it to good use. Fix it right up eventually but not till you’ve had some fun with it. That power train will last forever.

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  7. Avatar photo Tyler

    The vent windows on this truck are the 68-72 style, 67 used the previous generation style latches. There are a couple of other little things that look off, but it could just be because I’m looking a the pics on my phone. But honestly, after 48 years, I’d be very surprised if some things hadn’t been changed.

    I’m currently building this trucks brother, except a stepside. In place of the 283 & powerglide, is a 5.3 LS & 4l60e. Along with adding power windows & door locks, the upholstery guy is reconfiguring the buddy buckets a bit.

    These market for these trucks is crazy right now, especially the patina look. I will be shocked if this one doesn’t touch $15k by the time the auction ends.

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    • Avatar photo Wabbit

      $15K, I need to pull my two old trucks up out of the pasture and park em in the barn for a while ones a long bed though.

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  8. Avatar photo ydnar

    I’m with Tyler, remember the Ford short bed that went for 12K+, Chevy’s are way more sought after in this body style.

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  9. Avatar photo jim s

    nice old truck that looks like it will bring a lot of money. to much to then be used as a work truck. great find.

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  10. Avatar photo Matt

    I need to finish my ’69 shortbed! With a 396/TH400, it should go $20k!

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  11. Avatar photo John

    I had several trucks of that stile 6 acutely both short and long bed and 1 with utility body I loved those trucks I had to get rid of 5 in a week due to divorce. I kept my favorite the 1967 blue and white short bed all original except the wagon wheels. I had rebuilt the 6 cylinder engine. I could change the trans on the side of the road they are so light was 3 on the tree. had to take off road due to lack of $ the town saw it in my back yard and gave me 1 day to get rid of it or $800.00 fine had to junk her. I still have new in the box cab mounts cab corners and other sheet metal along with box’s of salvaged parts. I miss her the truck not the ex-wife.

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