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    I think the time has come to move on......

    Listing my 1969 Chevrolet C-10 for sale.....Factory Short Bed

    https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/cto/5402675901.html

    Crate GM 350... installed at dealer by previous owner (1406 edelbrock carb and HEI added)

    Factory 4 speed manual/V8/ 3:08 rear end 12 bolt Truck

    Early Classics premium 4.5/6.5 lowering kit with kyb shocks and 6 lug front disc brake conversion.(I also added there brake Booster)

    CPP performance sway bars front/rear

    Custom built and spec'd 6 lug Raceline 20" wheels with fresh Toyo proxes Tires (20x8.5 Front & 20X10 Rear)

    Hooker Long Tube Headers

    Full Magnaflow Stainless Steel Header back Exhaust system

    Vintage Air/Heat

    Kenwood stereo with two 6.5 fosgate speakers

    Line X bed liner

    So much more.......

    I found this truck 6 years ago in utah. It was owned and daily driven by a Zion Park ranger for several years. I believe it is originally an Arizona truck and I am the third or forth owner.

    Truck was originally the Goldish Brown color and some where along the line it was painted the yellow you now see. Paint is pretty good and has alot of shine for something done a long time ago. This is by no means a restored 30K C-10 and has a couple dings,scratches and touch ups to prove that.

    When I bought it and drove it home from Utah I didn't have a single issue. To this day this truck has been dead on reliable and you could easily drive it across country following the power tour. I have made several trips to northern California in this truck for truck rallies with zero issues.

    I lowered it with quality parts and added the power disc brakes (the drums were scary...lol) I used nothing but the best parts available and wen't against the grain and paid the extra $$$ to keep it a factory 6 lug truck and build custom wheels with the correct offset....most convert to 5 lug and buy cheaper off the shelf wheels.

    What I can tell you is the truck is extremely clean and has been well cared for in it's whole life.She has been my toy and garage kept and pampered since I brought her to California 6 years ago. You will be hard pressed to find a cleaner all original 2 paint job short bed truck. Like mentioned above it's not a restored garage queen but a dam nice truck you can drive and use.

    I am not interested in trades or any calls or emails from brokers.....I do not need to sell this truck but will consider fair offers as I am considering a different project. I think I have priced it accordingly based on the market and the trucks condition so please don't email or call with offers.

    $16,500 firm-firm-firm (tags and registration are coming up shortly and I will pass the savings onto the buyer...after 4/1/16 price is going up and listing on ebay.

    More photos available upon request


    Brandin

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