1970 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup
The C-10 pickup trucks were truly an impressive era for the 1970s trucks, and the 1970 Chevrolet C-10 perhaps the most impressive of them all.
The 1970 Chevrolet C-10 pickup truck came out right in the middle of the line of second generation C-10s. This was really good in a way, because it had allowed for a few years of producing the second generation C-10s for Chevrolet to work out any kinks that might have been occurring in the earlier years.
The 1970 C-10 truck was actually very similar to the 1969, at least from a cosmetic appearance perspective. In fact really the only noticeable change for 1970 was a minor update to the Chevrolet grille that made it look a little more modern with the times. At first glance, the 1969 and 1970 grilles look very similar too, so even that change was not immensely noticeable. However, the 1970s plastic inserts actually have highlights that divided the appearance into six separate sections to make it more intricate and modern looking.
The 1970 did get some upgrades under the hood, all to give the truck some more power. Probably most significant of these changes was that the 396, while still sold as such, was enlarged to 402 cubic inches starting in 1970 to give it a slight boost in power, torque, and overall horsepower.
The 1970 Chevrolet C-10 was and is a favorite for the 1970s era pickup trucks. The 1970 Chevrolet C-10 came out at a perfect time when Chevrolet was transitioning out of the more traditional, classic look of the 1960s cars and into a more flashy, more exciting look of the 1970s. All in all these trucks were and are quite desirable to a lot of people, and they are sought after in modern times quite a bit.
Exterior Color: Green
Interior Color: Black
Our Price: $ 11,000