1975 Chevrolet K10
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1975 Chevrolet K10
- 327ci V8
- Automatic Transmission
- White Over Tan Interior
Marketed under both the Chevrolet and GMC division, the C/K series encompassed a wide range of vehicles. While most associated with pickup trucks, the model line also included chassis-cab trucks and medium-duty trucks and served as the basis for GM full-size SUVs. Used for both the model branding and the internal model code, “C” designated two-wheel drive while “K” denoted four-wheel drive vehicles.
The third generation of the C/K series line was introduced for the 1973 model year and was produced until 1991. As the pickup truck line increased in use as personal vehicles, cab features and options (like power windows and power door locks) moved closer in line with the sedans being offered at the time. While relatively straight-lined and boxy in appearance, leading to their “Square-body” nickname among the public, the Rounded Line trucks were the first generation of the C/K series to be designed with the use of computers and wind tunnels, optimizing the exterior shape for lower drag and improved fuel economy. Other innovations and firsts included in the third generation are the introduction of the four-door crew cab as well as a dual rear-wheel pickup (“Big Dooley”), available diesel engines starting with the 1978 model, and the first use of the Chevrolet Silverado nameplate, which is still in use today.
Presented here is a 1975 Chevrolet K10 that is one big boss of a pickup truck. Sporting white paint with minimal chrome accents, this truck is as classic as the Square-body nickname this generation of trucks is known for. Although the exterior is in overall good shape, there are a couple of slight imperfections that could be a point of concern in the future. All the exterior chrome shines brightly and looks great. The whole external appearance is subtle in nature but retains a muscular quality that has become quite popular among truck enthusiasts.
The tan interior shows well from the headliner to the carpeting. The large bench seat does not have any tears or rips and appears quite comfortable. The dash includes original gauges that are slightly faded from age and there is a slight crack in the plastic above the glovebox but is in overall decent condition. A previous owner has installed an updated stereo as well as included a unique gun-barrel styled shifter knob.
Under the hood is a very well dressed 327ci V8 that has been paired with an automatic transmission. With options like power brakes and a chrome air cleaner, this brute of engine is more than capable of powering the larger-than-life stature of this truck. As evident in the photos, this truck is quite the 4x4 rig. With a raised stance and hefty wheels/tires, this truck is ready to tackle any terrain.
If you are in the market for a unique truck, we highly encourage you to check this one out. Please call if interested or e-mail with specific questions. Thanks for looking.