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Reader Ad: 1977 Chevrolet C10 Stepside

Classic trucks are hot right now, especially ones with unique options. While this one isn’t a super low mileage truck, it’s a clean short bed Stepside that’s fairly original with some interesting custom hand painted graphics. Oh, and did I mention that it’s a 4×4? This combo makes for one interesting rig and should definitely grab some attention. The engine was rebuilt about 10k miles ago and runs a great. The original paint is showing some wear and it’s age, but is good enough for a driver. Eli

What Makes It Special? This is a one previous owner truck and has spent its life in Washington State. It’s a solid rig with minimal surface rust. The clear coat has some problems, but the handpainted bomber graphics hide it well.

Body Condition: Minor rust by the cab corner where it meets the driver’s side rocker and there’s some surface rust forming on the door jamb. All panels are straight though and the undercarriage looks great.

Mechanical Condition: The 350 was rebuilt about 10k miles ago and runs great. Everything works as it should and is ready to go!

Seller’s Listing: Click Here

  • Location: Manheim, Pennsylvania
  • Mileage: 119,000
  • Title Status: Clean
  • VIN: CKY145F399937

Do you have a sweet classic truck or car for sale? Want to get it in front of the Barn Finds Community, please consider listing it here!

Comments

  1. UK Paul

    It’s averaged less than 3k Mile’s a year if genuine?
    It’s an interesting thing ..

    Like 1
  2. Dirtymax

    Previous one owner? Think you can say that about every vehicle on the road

    Like 3
  3. Lyle Chipperson

    Does it come with a transmission?

    Like 0
  4. jw454

    The graphics on this one makes no sense. Kind of like they were trying everything on one truck.

    Like 3
    • Mike

      Remember those Revell model kits that came with a decal sheet to turn it into several different versions? Well this looks like they used all the decals.

      Like 2
  5. Matt steele

    Nice trucks when new

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  6. David Ulrey

    I’ll be a hair splitter over a trivial item. In 1977 they didn’t clear coat them from the factory on trucks. At least Chevy trucks didn’t.

    Like 0

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