Phone Gazing Turns Into Dream Find: Duramax-Powered ’69 Chevy C10

Seriously, if you guys could just keep building these gorgeous trucks, I’d appreciate it. Whether you’re a fan or not, the trend of new powerplants in the old trucks is here to stay. Some are prettier than others but you have to appreciate the work that goes into all of them. While I should’ve been visiting with the family during Thanksgiving, I was scrolling through the internet and just happen to stumble on this bad boy.
Unfortunately, I am not, however, looking to purchase a truck but I had to stop and see what the details were on this for sale ad. Feast your eyes. A 1969 Chevrolet C10 that has been restored into this all-black piece of art you see here. Lately, with the old/new build trend, I haven’t seen a ton of dually’s but this one looks great.

Reading through the post, it’s actually a for sale ad. That’s right, all of the work is done for you all you have to do is show them the money. For a mere $70,000, this truck can be yours.

Details
1969 Chevrolet C10 Body
2005 Chevrolet 3500HD chassis
Allison Transmission
6.6-Liter Duramax Diesel engine
22-inch Semi Wheels and Tires
Upgraded, Larger Turbo
EFILive Custom Tuning
S&B Cold Air Intake
5-inch Exhaust
Functional B & W Trailer Hitch
Air Bag System
The ad also included that it has vintage air that blows nice and cold, a custom interior with a custom dash and stereo system, and has been very well maintained. From the pictures, although they aren’t the best, the truck really does look clean. With only 185,000-miles on the chassis, maybe this is the truck for you?
On the inside, they used the factory steering column so the cruise control is still functional and all of the factory wiring was left. This way, if there ever was an issue, you can take it to a dealer and have it diagnosed as the truck it really is regardless of the powerplant. To top it all off, the seller mentioned that there are over 1,000-hours invested into this truck not including the body work.

I’m not sure where you would put that amount of work into the truck and not touch the body but regardless, it’s pretty. What are your thoughts on the truck? You think it’s worth $70,000? Let us know in the comments below.

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Artie Maupin

Artie Maupin is from Southeast Missouri and has an extreme passion for anything diesel. He loves drag racing of all kinds, as well as sled pulling competitions.
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