1965 Chevrolet

C10

Offered at: $22,995

Vin#:
C1445A115094
Stock#:
5352-ATL
Engine:
250 CI Inline 6
Transmission:
3 Speed Manual
Miles:
55,042
Fuel:
Gasoline
Exterior Color:
Seafoam Green
Interior Color:
Light Beige Cloth

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This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is all about being correct, honest, and bright. So if want to be reminded of a true vintage experience, read on about this truck's careful eye for classic style.

Seafoam green always looks good on a classic pickup, and this one has a bright application that's pure nostalgia. This good gloss also helps to highlight the straightness of the panels. Plus, with the white on the roof and full-length trim insert, this has a nice two-tone kind of style. Even the wheels get in on this look with color-matched steelies and whitewalls. Bright chrome bumpers, a bright grille, and the Custom line cab corners are reminders that a workman's pickup still had plenty of style over half a century ago. We especially like the tone of the wood in the bed. It nicely contrasts the green so that people really take notice of the real lumber.

The interior has the right honest truck look from the classic feel of the steering wheel to the durable rubber floor mat. But as you get inside, you also notice this is all about the right subtle upgrades. The bench seat has a classic style that includes a nice white trim to coordinate with the door panel. But there's an added a comfy cloth insert for where you sit, and there's a cushiness that tells you it has been given a nice investment. Other well integrated upgrades like lap belts and a knob-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette make this a nicer cab without taking away from the vintage atmosphere.

Under the hood is Chevy's famous inline-six. This 250 cubic-inch model is part of a long line of OHV motors, and this was one of the largest displacements of the time. So while we all know there's plenty of powerful V8s that will easily fit in-between the fender walls, there's also something quite nice about having a period-correct block powering this honest pickup. The motor fires up nicely like a stout truck should, and you take full control with the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like modern tires and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension mean you get a vintage ride that's also easy to enjoy.

This Chevy is a crisp and clean example of pure nostalgia. So if you want a true vintage pickup, call today!

This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is all about being correct, honest, and bright. So if want to be reminded of a true vintage experience, read on about this truck's careful eye for classic style.

Seafoam green always looks good on a classic pickup, and this one has a bright application that's pure nostalgia. This good gloss also helps to highlight the straightness of the panels. Plus, with the white on the roof and full-length trim insert, this has a nice two-tone kind of style. Even the wheels get in on this look with color-matched steelies and whitewalls. Bright chrome bumpers, a bright grille, and the Custom line cab corners are reminders that a workman's pickup still had plenty of style over half a century ago. We especially like the tone of the wood in the bed. It nicely contrasts the green so that people really take notice of the real lumber.

The interior has the right honest truck look from the classic feel of the steering wheel to the durable rubber floor mat. But as you get inside, you also notice this is all about the right subtle upgrades. The bench seat has a classic style that includes a nice white trim to coordinate with the door panel. But there's an added a comfy cloth insert for where you sit, and there's a cushiness that tells you it has been given a nice investment. Other well integrated upgrades like lap belts and a knob-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette make this a nicer cab without taking away from the vintage atmosphere.

Under the hood is Chevy's famous inline-six. This 250 cubic-inch model is part of a long line of OHV motors, and this was one of the largest displacements of the time. So while we all know there's plenty of powerful V8s that will easily fit in-between the fender walls, there's also something quite nice about having a period-correct block powering this honest pickup. The motor fires up nicely like a stout truck should, and you take full control with the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like modern tires and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension mean you get a vintage ride that's also easy to enjoy.

This Chevy is a crisp and clean example of pure nostalgia. So if you want a true vintage pickup, call today!

This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is all about being correct, honest, and bright. So if want to be reminded of a true vintage experience, read on about this truck's careful eye for classic style.

Seafoam green always looks good on a classic pickup, and this one has a bright application that's pure nostalgia. This good gloss also helps to highlight the straightness of the panels. Plus, with the white on the roof and full-length trim insert, this has a nice two-tone kind of style. Even the wheels get in on this look with color-matched steelies and whitewalls. Bright chrome bumpers, a bright grille, and the Custom line cab corners are reminders that a workman's pickup still had plenty of style over half a century ago. We especially like the tone of the wood in the bed. It nicely contrasts the green so that people really take notice of the real lumber.

The interior has the right honest truck look from the classic feel of the steering wheel to the durable rubber floor mat. But as you get inside, you also notice this is all about the right subtle upgrades. The bench seat has a classic style that includes a nice white trim to coordinate with the door panel. But there's an added a comfy cloth insert for where you sit, and there's a cushiness that tells you it has been given a nice investment. Other well integrated upgrades like lap belts and a knob-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette make this a nicer cab without taking away from the vintage atmosphere.

Under the hood is Chevy's famous inline-six. This 250 cubic-inch model is part of a long line of OHV motors, and this was one of the largest displacements of the time. So while we all know there's plenty of powerful V8s that will easily fit in-between the fender walls, there's also something quite nice about having a period-correct block powering this honest pickup. The motor fires up nicely like a stout truck should, and you take full control with the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like modern tires and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension mean you get a vintage ride that's also easy to enjoy.

This Chevy is a crisp and clean example of pure nostalgia. So if you want a true vintage pickup, call today!

This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is all about being correct, honest, and bright. So if want to be reminded of a true vintage experience, read on about this truck's careful eye for classic style.

Seafoam green always looks good on a classic pickup, and this one has a bright application that's pure nostalgia. This good gloss also helps to highlight the straightness of the panels. Plus, with the white on the roof and full-length trim insert, this has a nice two-tone kind of style. Even the wheels get in on this look with color-matched steelies and whitewalls. Bright chrome bumpers, a bright grille, and the Custom line cab corners are reminders that a workman's pickup still had plenty of style over half a century ago. We especially like the tone of the wood in the bed. It nicely contrasts the green so that people really take notice of the real lumber.

The interior has the right honest truck look from the classic feel of the steering wheel to the durable rubber floor mat. But as you get inside, you also notice this is all about the right subtle upgrades. The bench seat has a classic style that includes a nice white trim to coordinate with the door panel. But there's an added a comfy cloth insert for where you sit, and there's a cushiness that tells you it has been given a nice investment. Other well integrated upgrades like lap belts and a knob-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette make this a nicer cab without taking away from the vintage atmosphere.

Under the hood is Chevy's famous inline-six. This 250 cubic-inch model is part of a long line of OHV motors, and this was one of the largest displacements of the time. So while we all know there's plenty of powerful V8s that will easily fit in-between the fender walls, there's also something quite nice about having a period-correct block powering this honest pickup. The motor fires up nicely like a stout truck should, and you take full control with the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like modern tires and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension mean you get a vintage ride that's also easy to enjoy.

This Chevy is a crisp and clean example of pure nostalgia. So if you want a true vintage pickup, call today!
1965 Chevrolet

C10

Offered at: $22,995

Vin#:
C1445A115094
Stock#:
5352-ATL
Engine:
250 CI Inline 6
Transmission:
3 Speed Manual
Miles:
55,042
Fuel:
Gasoline
Exterior Color:
Seafoam Green
Interior Color:
Light Beige Cloth

This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is all about being correct, honest, and bright. So if want to be reminded of a true vintage experience, read on about this truck's careful eye for classic style.

Seafoam green always looks good on a classic pickup, and this one has a bright application that's pure nostalgia. This good gloss also helps to highlight the straightness of the panels. Plus, with the white on the roof and full-length trim insert, this has a nice two-tone kind of style. Even the wheels get in on this look with color-matched steelies and whitewalls. Bright chrome bumpers, a bright grille, and the Custom line cab corners are reminders that a workman's pickup still had plenty of style over half a century ago. We especially like the tone of the wood in the bed. It nicely contrasts the green so that people really take notice of the real lumber.

The interior has the right honest truck look from the classic feel of the steering wheel to the durable rubber floor mat. But as you get inside, you also notice this is all about the right subtle upgrades. The bench seat has a classic style that includes a nice white trim to coordinate with the door panel. But there's an added a comfy cloth insert for where you sit, and there's a cushiness that tells you it has been given a nice investment. Other well integrated upgrades like lap belts and a knob-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette make this a nicer cab without taking away from the vintage atmosphere.

Under the hood is Chevy's famous inline-six. This 250 cubic-inch model is part of a long line of OHV motors, and this was one of the largest displacements of the time. So while we all know there's plenty of powerful V8s that will easily fit in-between the fender walls, there's also something quite nice about having a period-correct block powering this honest pickup. The motor fires up nicely like a stout truck should, and you take full control with the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like modern tires and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension mean you get a vintage ride that's also easy to enjoy.

This Chevy is a crisp and clean example of pure nostalgia. So if you want a true vintage pickup, call today!

This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is all about being correct, honest, and bright. So if want to be reminded of a true vintage experience, read on about this truck's careful eye for classic style.

Seafoam green always looks good on a classic pickup, and this one has a bright application that's pure nostalgia. This good gloss also helps to highlight the straightness of the panels. Plus, with the white on the roof and full-length trim insert, this has a nice two-tone kind of style. Even the wheels get in on this look with color-matched steelies and whitewalls. Bright chrome bumpers, a bright grille, and the Custom line cab corners are reminders that a workman's pickup still had plenty of style over half a century ago. We especially like the tone of the wood in the bed. It nicely contrasts the green so that people really take notice of the real lumber.

The interior has the right honest truck look from the classic feel of the steering wheel to the durable rubber floor mat. But as you get inside, you also notice this is all about the right subtle upgrades. The bench seat has a classic style that includes a nice white trim to coordinate with the door panel. But there's an added a comfy cloth insert for where you sit, and there's a cushiness that tells you it has been given a nice investment. Other well integrated upgrades like lap belts and a knob-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette make this a nicer cab without taking away from the vintage atmosphere.

Under the hood is Chevy's famous inline-six. This 250 cubic-inch model is part of a long line of OHV motors, and this was one of the largest displacements of the time. So while we all know there's plenty of powerful V8s that will easily fit in-between the fender walls, there's also something quite nice about having a period-correct block powering this honest pickup. The motor fires up nicely like a stout truck should, and you take full control with the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like modern tires and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension mean you get a vintage ride that's also easy to enjoy.

This Chevy is a crisp and clean example of pure nostalgia. So if you want a true vintage pickup, call today!

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Buying / Auction - eBay Service
Used Car Import / Export
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Car / Bike Shipping
Car Inspection Service
Homologation Service
Complete Import Export A-Z Service
Classic Car Appraisal
Transportation Shipping Service
TÜV conversion
US Car Database / Datasheet
Full report and TÜV approval
Oldtimer Certificate
Classic Car H Approval
Car Delivery
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