1967 chevrolet truck, C10, NEW 383 stroker motor, NOS, long bed, lots of new

1967 Chevrolet C-10

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: C-10
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Year: 1967
Mileage: 100,000
Color: Blue
Engine: 383 Stroker
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Smithville, Missouri, United States

Description for Chevrolet C-10 1967

small back window, fleetside
  • 383 Stroker Motor (350, 400 crank), vortec heads
  • Forged pistons and rods
  • Rebuilt TH350 automatic
  • Nitrous system (bottle empty, but complete)
  • Less than 200 miles on the motor and tranny
  • Rebuilt front end
  • new brake lines
  • new tires (less than 100 miles)
  • new starter, alternator, battery

I hate to sell this but I've been taking flying lessons and the truck is sitting neglected in the garage, one hobby at a time. I have owned this truck about 1.5 years now, I have put a newly rebuilt 383 stroker motor in it, forged pistons and rods, everything is new on it, I had the TH350 rebuilt, new 6 qt oil pan, new battery, starter, alternator, new tires last fall, had the front end completely rebuilt and aligned, new brake lines, and the carb was rebuilt and motor tuned by a race shop It has NOS on it but the bottle is empty and it has never been used on this motor. There are dumps on the exhaust under both doors and it sounds great (super loud). It currently has racing seats and 5 point harnesses in it. That is all of the goods, the bads, the body isn't perfect but almost no rust, the paint looks good about 10 feet away, but not great up close, there is a short somewhere that slowly drains the battery if you leave it sitting for too long (put a battery disconnect on so it's an easy fix). The truck is at the perfect stage for somebody to finish it and make it their own, I get a lot of comments and thumbs up anytime I drive it.
Please let me know if you want any specific pictures of any part of the truck. Any rust is just surface and very minor where there are scratches or paint chips. This is a long bed.