From the drivers seat this square body Chevy pickup looks & feels original but once you fire it up you can feel the mean sounding Big Block 454!
Mechanical: 454 Big Block Chevy V8 (Cam) 700R 4 Speed Automatic transmission Oval Port LS6 Heads Roller Rocker arms Holley Carb & Aluminum Intake manifold Serpentine Belt System Aluminum Radiator w/ 2 Electric fans Headers & Flowmaster Exhaust Central Electric Cutoff Switch Power Steering Power Disc Brakes in front and drums in rear Headlights & directional working Lowered 5 inches in front and 6 in rear 67824 Miles on Body - Engine was replaced Interior: Working Air Conditioning New Dash pad Original radio All lights, wipers & Gauges working Power windows & locks Upholstery has one small tear Headliner, door panels, carpet in great shape Exterior: Midnight blue metallic paint Glass in good shape Body side molding in great shape 2 inch Steel cowl hood Tonneau Cover over bed
New brake cylinders were installed on the rear because they were leaking. installed a new serpentine belt and also did a tune up.
original buyers order for the truck and owners manual too.
The truck is running, driving and stopping well now.
The C/K was Chevrolet and GMC's full-size pickup truck line from 1960 until 1998 in the United States, from 1965 to 1999 in Canada, from 1964 to 2001 in Brazil, and from 1975 to 1982 in Chile. The first Chevrolet pickup truck was introduced in 1924, though in-house designs did not appear until 1930. "C" indicated two-wheel drive and "K" indicated four-wheel drive. The aging C/K light-duty pickup truck was replaced with the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra names in 1999 in the United States and Canada, and 2001 in Brazil; the Chevrolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD heavy-duty pickup trucks followed. Until this time, the names Silverado and Sierra were used to identify the trim level of the C/K trucks.
For the first Chevrolet C Series, made from 1911 to 1913, see Chevrolet Series C Classic Six (the first Chevy).
1985 saw the new 262 cu in (4.3 L) LB1 (with a Rochester Quadrajet carburetor in lieu of fuel injection) introduced to replace the 250 inline six (the 292 continued in production until it was officially phased out in 1990). Hydraulic clutches were introduced. Also, a new grill was used. The most expensive radio was the AM/FM stereo seek/scan with cassette tape at $594. A variation of the C/K series was introduced in 1985 in Brazil, replacing the locally produced C10, introduced in 1964.