1971 Chevy Pickup

  • Location: Quartzsite, Arizona, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Other Pickups
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1971
  • VIN: CE241Z641920
  • Color: Orange
  • Engine size: 427
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1971 Chevrolet Other Pickups Description

Up for sale is my 1971 Chevy C20 Custom Camper pickup with no reserve. The truck is an Arizona truck and has NO RUST. It still has the original floors and cab corners (rust free). It is an original big block, A/C, tilt wheel from the factory. I did all the mechanical work before painting it. The engine and trans has approximately 10,000 miles on them. I replaced all the ball joints and anything else that was worn and had it aligned. The engine and trans was all professionally rebuilt with the Gear Vendor added. All the brakes were gone through and replaced rotors, drums and hardware. New shocks and installed airbags on the rear. I originally was not going to paint it but, the rockers were starting to show signs of rust so I replaced the inner and outer rockers. The inners were showing rust pitting so that is why I replaced them. I have 38 years of experience with all the certifications for frame and body work and have my own shop. I put new doors, front fenders, and tailgate. The frame and all the black that you see was painted with POR15. The orange is Firemist Orange and the white is Pure white. All the glass is new tinted glass with a rear slider. All the window and door seals were replaced. I eliminated the fuel tank behind the seat and kept the two saddle tanks. I installed a electronic switch valve and put sending units in both tanks. The truck must of had a camper or a topper on it because the bed is one of the straightest beds I have ever seen on a vintage truck. There was only small dents on the whole truck and very little body work was required. I installed Hickory for the wood in the bed with stainless steel strips and hardware. All new body mounts and hardware. New grille, bumpers, side moldings and tires.I wouldn't consider this a show truck, but a very high quality driver. Would it win show's? Yes. High level show's? Probably not.I built this for my personal shop truck. I planned on using it to tow a car trailer and pick up and deliver cars. It was also a chance for potential customers to see my work. Due to injury I was forced to shut my shop down and call it quits that is why it is up for sale. I have most or all the receipts.
Engine: The engine was professionally built by Victory Engine and Machine in Cortez CO. It is a 427 Stroker built for towing. It is a 454 with a 396 steel crank, forged pistons, roller rocker cam and lifters, Edelbrock aluminum heads, and intake, ceramic coated headers, with a Hamilton Fuel Injection.
Transmission:The transmission is the original turbo 400 which was professionally built and host a Gear Vendor over/under drive. The transmission pan was replaced with one that has a drain plug in it.
Interior:The interior was professionally done and has new charcoal colored carpet, the tank was removed and a custom made panel covered in tweed which is the same that is on the seat. The panel has 2- 6"x9" speakers and the subwoofer is mounted on it in the center of the cab. The seat has new seat foam and is covered with grey and tweed along with the door panels and roof. The sun visors are covered in grey vinyl.
Options:427 Stroker, Automatic transmission, tilt wheel, power steering, power brakes, A/C, Balls power windows, power locks, Kenwood double dim stereo, 2- 6"x9" speakers, 2- 6" speakers, subwoofer with amp. Airbags in the rear, Hickory wood bed, stainless steel bed strips, sending units in both fuel tanks, upgraded headlamps, electronic gauges with GPS speedo, electric trailer brake.
Buyer is responsible for pick up or delivery.
I do have a lot more pics of the truck before I started and during the process.