“Cowboy Cadillac” Chevy Cheyenne C10 – as good as new and not for Cowboys only!
– New paint in Sky blue over White
– Matching numbers
– U.S. import from Missouri
– 250 hp from a 5.7 litre V8 engine
– Air conditioning, power steering
– JVC radio / CD
– Interior in a mainly original well-kept condition
– Front bench in blue fabric
– White vinyl bed cover of the loading area
– 15 “Cragar chrome alloy wheels, type S / S.
– 2020 Inspection: Change of all liquids + filters, new spark plugs, headlights, lightning + exhaust converted to EU standards, new brake pop valve + main brake cylinder
– Appraisal 2021 (Grade 2-)
– Original Owner’s manual available
– German registration + historic vehicle admission
A range of large pickups was offered by General Motors from 1960 to 1998.
The drive and payload of the respective models were added to the model name. The designation C stands for conventional (rear-wheel drive) and the number 10, 20 or 30 for half-ton, three-quarter-ton and one-ton payloads. A delivery van for all transport applications was created from the former workshop vehicle. By using coil springs on the front axle and the leaf springs, in conjunction with trailing arms on the rear axle, road holding has been significantly improved compared to the previous models. In addition to basic equipment, a new equipment package called Cheyenne was created in 1970. This included better sound insulation in the doors and the headliner, fabric seats, carpet and extensive chrome fittings. The 3rd generation was launched in 1973. GMC officially called this model “Rounded Line”. It was a completely new body design that clearly stood out from the typical American pickup of that time. Due to the new body shape in the Fleetside variant, this pickup appeared larger and wider and was then nicknamed box-body or square-body.