Transmission:Automatic Body Type:Pickup Truck Engine:350 V8 Vehicle Title:Clear Fuel Type:Gasoline For Sale By:Private Seller
Year: 1980 Number of Cylinders: 8 Make: Chevrolet Model: C-10 Trim: SILVERADO 1500 Cab Type (For Trucks Only): Regular Cab Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Drive Type: REAR WHEEL DRIVE Mileage: 90,000 Options: CD Player Sub Model: WATCH VIDEO! Power Options: POWER STEERING Exterior Color: ORANGE/WHITE Interior Color: BLACK/BURGUNDY
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
HERE IS A GORGEOUS 1980 CHEVROLET C-10 SILVERADO SHORT BED FLARESIDE PICKUP TRUCK WITH 90K ORIGINAL MILES, DUAL GAS TANKS, NICE COLORS AND BUILT V8 THAT IS READY TO CRUISE!
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Vehicle came out of NY. I purchased it a few months ago and have used it as a shop truck of sorts. It was redone about 10-12 years ago and has been gently used since then. Recently, the body/paint was wet sanded and buffed out professionally. NEW tires were put on the stock reconditioned wheels. NEW battery, NEW fuel pump, NEW carburetor, and a ton more minor servicing and maintenance was performed. This is by far the most dependable and reliable truck I've owned in a long time, with 90k original miles.
Bench seat interior
Dual exhaust (with Flowmaster style mufflers)
Stock truck Rally wheels with 31" tires (NEW)
Automatic transmission on the column
Dual gas tanks
Dual color (chevy hugger orange and white)
Mechanically it fires right up and sounds great along with the nice and throaty exhaust system. Motor is a 350ci V8 (bored 0.030 over with a few minor internal upgrades like a mild camshaft and such) pushing out approx. 275hp. It has an aluminum intake manifold, Accel electronic ignition coil, full headers into dual Flowmaster style mufflers, Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetor and lots more. Transmission is solid and shifts good through all the gears without any noises or grinding. Now as for driving the car, i've taken it out of state several times, and everywhere around town to haul parts. You can cruise with it on the highway all day and I would trust it to drive anywhere at the drop of a hat.
Interior is very presentable. Bench seat in good shape (one small repair by lower left side). Door panels in fair shape overall. Carpet is worn and has a couple of rips here and there but presentable. Headliner is ok (a bit droopy), Steering wheel in fair shape with normal wear. Dash pad has one of those plastic caps over the original and looks great. Overall very presentable for a working man's driver truck.
Underside has a SOLID frame. Floorboards have had a couple of prior metal patches but are rock solid. Bed is in excellent shape. It's as nice as you would want a truck to be without being all painted and show ready.
The old girl is NOT perfect by any means of course so please keep that in mind when bidding. Paint is in fairly good shape and cleans up very nice, but was NOT a $10k paintjob so please keep that in mind (looks good but has some issues of course like small dings, a few touch-ups, some scratches, couple of stress cracks and the like). A few bubbles at base of front windshield corners. Hood has a stress crack by the front. Chrome is presentable (bumpers were replaced a few years ago), but could use headlight bezels replaced/rechromed. Carburetor is new but has a flat spot when car is just getting going. Not working: passenger side gas tank does not operate at this time for some reason, horn, perhaps a bulb or two here and there would need replacing (like the courtesy light). Some surface rust by inner door jambs and in the rear where the back of the cab meets the bed where it was not repainted during the repaint. Windshield has a small 4" crack by passenger side (not affecting visibility).
So overall she is not perfect and will need some form of TLC depending on how nice you want it to be and what you plan to do with the car. Please note, I cannot remember every single issue with the car, nor do I know everything wrong with it, as it is after all over 33 years old so keep that in mind.
If you just want a GREAT LOOKING and nearly RUST-FREE DRIVER needing tlc, this is the car for you. If you want a show car, it will need some considerable investment or total restoration to bring it up to that level of course. I ENCOURAGE ANYONE BIDDING OR SERIOUSLY INTERESTED TO COME LOOK AT IT IN PERSON. I WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW IT TO YOU TOP TO BOTTOM SO YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU'RE GETTING INTO.
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