1969 chevy c10 suburban panel truck with working A/C!

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Suburban
Type: panel truck
Year: 1969
Mileage: 99,999
Color: White
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Mansfield, Texas, United States

Description of 1969 Chevrolet Suburban

This Is a running, driving c10Suburban panel truck. Fairly rare as this body style was only made from 1967-1970!It has working A/C that has been converted to R134a gas, power steering, power brakes, cruise control (not all hooked up) automatic transmission (TH400), 350 v8 2 bbl (no choke) with dual exhaust. HEI distributor with performance plug wires. Sounds good!Engine was replaced with a good one,(1972 block, I believe)it was rebuilt at some point, crank was turned 010, replaced bearings,( 2 bolt mains),oil pan was re-sealed, Heads were not removed, so, I can not say what kind of pistons are in it. It also has a new fuel pump and water pump. Gas tank is a custom one, looks like bigger than stock.The truck was repainted many years ago with what looks like pearl white/clear coat/ghost flames designs/pin striping. The pin striping was painted on top of the clear, so they could be removed if desired. Paint is not perfect, scratches, chips, dents,imperfections,etc., but the main body is straight for it age!The whole interior was sprayed with grey sound deadener/bed liner material to match the 2grey front bucketsand 1 rear benchleather seats and new grey dash pad. There is no carpet, and the floors look solid. The rear floors are in good condition, I assume it is the original wood, but not positive.New front door seals and kick plates were also installed.The truck was registered/ inspected/on the roadin 2008, and in 2014. It has not been driven any long distances or high speedssince then, or with the engine replacement, so expect that it will need some adjustments and maybe a little more work before taking it on long journeys . This truck is almost 50 years old, it is not perfect, there is no warranty of any kind.You are bidding to own the truck, not the right of first refusal, therefore, The deposit is not refundable. You are welcome to ask questions, or set up a time to come see the truck, I will do my best to accommodate you. Texas title in hand and happy bidding!