The C series of pick-up trucks was a line of 2WD models produced by Chevrolet from 1960 through 2002. Introduced in 1967 the 2nd generation started to offer convenience features that were not previously available such as a/c. The rear suspension was upgraded to a coil spring trailing arm which greatly improved the ride over the traditional leaf springs. It also featured an independent front suspension on 2WD models. In 1969 the grille was updated and it featured a more upright hood. Also new for 69 was the upper and lower side moldings. This particular example is an old farm truck from Iowa that has never been painted and has an awesome patina as a result. It is believed to have 58,761 original miles and is equipped with a 327ci V8 that was rebuilt in 2017. It is shifted via a 4 speed manual transmission and power is put to the ground by a 12 bolt posi rear end. It is fed via a Holley 4 barrel carb and it sounds awesome ripping through its dual exhaust. It has new Cooper Discoverer A/T 3 tires wrapped around 15” slotted aluminum rims. It has fresh fluids, the water pump was recently replaced as were the carrier bearings and u-joints. The interior boasts power leather seats with armrests, a wood grain steering wheel, new door panels, new carpet, a BT stereo with DVD player and door mounted speakers. The rockers could use replacing and we have included new ones for this reason. Based on the current N.A.D.A. values we would appraise this truck at $18,300. We are serious about selling it and have priced it aggressively so if you like what you see you better get in touch with us before it’s too late!