A majority of the body work has been completed. . Original Rubber Floor in great shape, not ripped or torn. I am sure the stepsides have their fans, but they are definitely in the minority. Everything about that paint job looks homemade, from the lettering to the stripe to the yellow paint scratching through on the door. Additional partsincluded with truck: New front and rear bumpers, pare set of original front fenders, pare set of original bed sides, air of extra passenger side doors, xtra gas tank, air of original frontwheel wells, ull set of steel rally style wheels no chrome parts , xtra original gauge cluster, nd350ci engine from a 1979 Chevy 1500 Pickup.
Locking toolbox on side of bed. Around here, a 67-72 truck with a fleet side bed will bring 2 grand more than the same truck with a step bed. The truck comes with lots of spare parts including: one new complete set of brakes - every single part except new brake lines, a spare seat frame, 2 front suspension A-frames, 2 steering columns, 3 radiator fans, a heater air-box, suspension linkages, and several buckets of miscellaneous other parts that I've never gone thru since I bought all of it. This truck did multiple duties, Coke machine delivery, Pick up for repairs, Go rescue the bigger delivery trucks if they broke down and probably went home with the president of the plant some nights. It is a running and driving truck that is real solid. Clear title and totally ready to go. Please have at least 10 or more feedback.
As you can see the frame is complete and finished with a 305 v8. But yeah that is way to high on that asking price. If you are looking for one that is fully restored,please look somewhere else. A video or additional pictures are available upon request. At the end of the day, this is essentially a very ordinary C10 with a 3-speed column shift and basic 350 under the hood.
Original V8, 3-spd manual, 2 wheel drive. Personally, I like them both. Looks like the driver side door was replaced at some point, paint shade is different than the rest of the truck, and that would explain the yellow paint showing around the door handles. After all, company cars and trucks are rarely anything exotic. This is a great truck to use as is, or take it to the next level and fully restore it. I purchased the truck in Charlotte, C and drove it home the day I bought it with no issues. This is a great truck for someonelooking torestore a pickup! Item needs to be paid for in full within 72 hours of sale end.
Well, one thing led to another and I soon learned that John had a brother, Richard, who also had a good-looking C10 of the same vintage. If, by some chance, someone is actually interested, they can look it up themselves. This looks like something that was hand lettered locally and certainly not a vehicle that was provided by Coca-Cola Company for their use. I've got the clean and clear title in hand. It came with Chevy's standard small-truck V8, the 307 and a 4.
Brakes are totally out except for parking brake. I'm selling my base model C10 work truck. I replaced it in 1984 with the robust 305 that's in it now. Dash pad in great shape. If this is something you've always wanted, you should jump right on this! If you are looking for a good old truck to enjoy on a budget that will not deplete your Bank account, then this is the truck for you!! Have you noticed that they're not making anymore of these trucks? Frame is not bent or twisted. Air Conditioning -All components are there, fan blows but not operating at the moment. I believe even back in 1970 Coke had professional paint jobs done to brand standards on its official trucks.
The fleetside short beds are deffinaatly the most valueable. Frame needs repair at rear bumper area. Here is a link with some Coke History. However, the 305 V8 in it is in excellent shape, and running well after a recent carb rebuild and new fuel pump. Could make good daily driver, or restoration project. Thanks for looking and good luck! Also have miscellaneous new items door handles, irrors, tc.
There is rust and rust thru in all the places these old trucks rust. Still looks like to be worth a fraction of what they are asking. Needless to say, by the time he stripped it down he found that it was too far gone to justify his time and investment, so he decided to cut his losses and start looking for a better prospect than what he had. Problem areas: - Typical rust in the rocker panels, ab corners and a few patches that need to be made throughout the body - Driver side door is bent and could probably be repaired. If you look you won't find many that aren't all rusted out, or beat up.