Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this 1966 Chevrolet C10 Custom. At the end of the 50s Chevy was looking to revitalize their trucks and for the 1960 model year the C10 was unveiled. The C10 series would see 4 generations spanning over 40 years! Here we have a '66, last year of the first generation. Under the hood is a crate 350CID V-8 topped nicely with an Edelbrock carburetor with power running out through a smooth shifting TH350 automatic transmission. The tan seat is a great addition that has an upgraded style while keeping the classic bench profile. The door panels, dash and headliner were done to match, and the carpeting is done in black to keep a classy look. Not only did they take the time to give this a more luxurious trim than Chevy did in 1966, but they also upgraded the comfort features with a retro-style AM/FM radio and cold-blowing air conditioning, making this truck a nice place to spend some time. The two-spoke steering wheel features a Chevrolet center emblem and fronts instrumentation including a 100-mph speedometer and gauges for fuel level and coolant temperature. Down below the dash on the right side of the steering wheel sits aftermarket Auto-Gauges that include oil pressure, battery voltage and coolant temperature. The five-digit odometer reads just under 3500 miles although the true mileage is unknown. If you are looking for a cool cruiser or a true work horse, this is the truck for you!