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Pick of the Day
Pick of the Day is this updated and upgraded 1967 Chevrolet C10 with a bed cap

The Pick of the Day is a 1967 Chevrolet C10 that the private seller in Grapevine, Texas, says was built up for long-distance travel, but is equally comfortable for short trips.

Advertised on ClassicCars.com, the truck is a long-bed pickup in Rosewood metallic brown, which the seller notes was a 1971 General Motors color option. 

The fiberglass bed “topper” also is of 1971 vintage and “makes the truck quieter, and unlike most, does not leak,” the seller assures. “It is excellent for camping, or just keeping your stuff safe and dry.”

The seller also has a camping tent available that goes over the back of the bed cap with the tailgate and hatch open. The truck also has been equipped with a sliding rear window.

The truck’s fuel-injected 350cid V8 engine was rebuilt by the previous owner, the seller notes. New, however, is a Tremec TKO-600 5-speed manual transmission, 12-inch clutch and new flywheel and driveshaft, and a custom interior with bucket seats, console and dashboard with tach.

The truck also has power steering, power front disc brakes, new rear drums, new electrical wiring, interval wipers and a new washer system, right- and rear-view cameras. 

The truck has been driven 5,000 miles since the mechanical restoration and modifications were finished in December 2016.