This 1977 Chevrolet C20 gets things right where it matters: a strong-running small block, the rare 3+3 cab configuration, and a host of handy features. So when it's wrapped in an awesomely vintage package, this is a great way to look cool while getting your work done.
The two-tone copper and beige is the factory-correct combo. It shows all the right signs of being the factory application, and it looks stock, right down to the full trim used to separate the two colors. There's a .....
weathered appearance that shows it's a worker. Quite frankly, it looks quite nice against original-style pieces like the stock grille and badging. It also comes with factory features to make it a terrific hauler like the additional running lights on top, wide towing mirrors, and dual fuel tanks. There are the right additions for extra ability with features like full-length diamond plate running boards, an aerodynamic bed cover, and a proper trailer hitch with wiring hookup and trailer brake. Some of these upgrades even add to the flair. The clear headlights give this some front-end jewelry while doing a better job of lighting the way forward. And the 17-inch ProComp alloys have a clean look to showcase the HD 8-lug alloys. So if you're the kind of person who thinks functional is beautiful, then you also know this is quite an honest-looking stunner.
Inside is more of the great vintage cool feeling. You see it everywhere from the pattern of the seatbacks to the trim on the door panels. You will find room for improvement in the details, but we also bet your mind is racing about all the cool upgrades you can do with the rare four-door cab with two rows of three-across seating (the famous 3+3 setup.) It also comes with nice features from day one, like an AM/FM/cassette stereo, sliding rear glass, a cup holder, R134a air conditioning, and newer carpeting. Plus, we like the feeling from the driver's seat. There are good upgrades like a wood-rimmed steering wheel, a handy tach, and a moveable cup holder center console. The dash even looks great with a saddle leather cover that makes you feel like you drove this one off the ranch.
Under the hood is a robust package. It's Chevy's hardy 350 cubic-inch V8 upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and headers. This fires up readily, idles nicely, and has a smooth-running nature that feels good on the road. It even makes a nice tune out of the side exhaust tip. And while this may be a large and useful truck it's an all-around solid cruiser, too. That's why you have power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission.
This Chevy has a rare and work-ready style that's awesome. And the value price leaves room in your budget if you want to do projects everywhere from upgrading the A/C blower to dropping in big block power. Heck, this rare 3+3 configuration is also being snapped up for some great full restomod conversions. So no matter your plans for the C20, you know this has the price, features, and ability that make it irresistible from day one. Call today!!!