The 1971 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne pickup, meticulously refurbished prior to the seller’s acquisition in 2021, boasts a potent 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission and a Moser rear end featuring 3.73:1 gears. This truck gleams in a verdant hue with a contrasting white cab roof, riding on a lowered suspension and 20-inch forged American Racing wheels. Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes ensure robust stopping power. Inside, the cab has been revitalized with a TMI Products brown bench seat and door panels, along with Vintage Air climate control, a retro-look digital stereo, a Billet Specialties steering wheel, and Dakota Digital instrumentation. Additional enhancements include Hotchkis sway bars, Hedman mid-length headers, a Flowmaster exhaust system, and an aluminum radiator with electric fans. This meticulously modified C10 is now available in Utah, offered with no reserve and a clean Montana title under the seller’s name.

The exterior showcases a striking green finish paired with a white cab roof and faux woodgrain trim adorning the sides and tailgate. The rear wheelhouses have been modified to accommodate the wider tires, with the fuel tank relocated beneath the bed. Additional exterior features include a replacement front grille and upper trim moldings, LED lighting, billet hood hinges, and dual side mirrors. Close-up photos of the finish and any imperfections are provided in the gallery.

The truck’s suspension has been extensively modified with a Classic Performance Products crossmember, upper and lower tubular control arms, drop spindles, lowering springs, trailing arms, and Hotchkis sway bars. The bronze-finished 20-inch forged American Racing wheels, with polished lips, are mounted with 275/40 front Firestone Firehawk tires and 315/35 Nitto NT555 G2 rubber at the rear. Stopping power is augmented by Wilwood six-piston front and four-piston rear calipers over slotted and drilled rotors, complemented by a Wilwood master cylinder, booster, and proportioning valve.

Inside the cabin, a TMI Products bench seat and door panels trimmed in brown vinyl were fitted during the build, featuring a saddle insert with grommets. Replacement carpets enhance the interior, which also includes Vintage Air climate control, a retro-look digital stereo, and aftermarket speakers. The Billet Specialties steering wheel frames a Dakota Digital instrument cluster equipped with a 160-mph speedometer, tachometer, analog clock, and supplementary displays. The odometer shows 4,000 miles, nearly all accrued under the current ownership, with total mileage unknown.

Under the hood, the 6.2-liter LS3 V8, installed in 2021, is reported to be fitted with an LS9-specification camshaft and valve springs, a 4-inch air intake, an American Autowire harness, and a Holley aluminum radiator with Derale high-output electric fans. Hedman mid-length headers flow into a stainless-steel Flowmaster exhaust system with 3-inch finishers. An oil change was performed in November 2023. Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a 6L90E six-speed automatic transmission and a Moser rear end with 33-spline axles and 3.73:1 gears, according to the seller.