Hemmings Find of the Day – 1960 Chevrolet C10 pickup mild custom

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From the seller’s description:

1960 Chevrolet C-10 pickup truck is equipped with a converted 350ci V8 backed by a super T-10 4-speed manual transmission. 1960 marked the first year of production for the C-Series truck. The previous owner had the truck for approximately ten years and the truck received rust repair, cosmetic refurbishment, and a Wilwood brake disc brake upgrade conversion during that time.

The light blue paint was somewhat recently commissioned by the previous owner less than 10 years ago. Paint prep work included rust repair and metal replacement at the corners of cab and a chemical strip of the hood and grille. At that time, the bed was removed and repainted separately, and the wheels were refinished. The body-matched steel wheels wear chrome trim rings and center caps.

The interior was also refinished in body color, and the seat were recovered in two-tone vinyl. A vintage-look radio and a pod of aftermarket gauges can be found in the center of the dash. The interior equipment is functional, and the truck has been wired for a hand throttle, which is not currently installed. 85,xxx miles are shown on the odometer.

Recent work includes, rebuilding of both the carburetor and transmission as well as the installation of a new Hurst shifter. Additionally, the oak bed has been refinished and re-dressed with all new stainless steel hardware. A power steering kit is included but not yet installed. Additionally, a roll pan is also included if the buyer would like to dress up the rear-end. This V8-powered Chevrolet C-10 pickup is sold with a clean Maryland title in the seller’s name and ready to drive or show at local events.

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Price
$23,999

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Location
Frederick, Maryland

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Availability
Available

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