1968 Chevrolet C20 3/4 Ton Fleet-side Long-bed Truck

  • Location: Kingman, Arizona, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Other Pickups
  • SubModel: C20
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 29980
  • VIN: CE248Z127399
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: V8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1968 Chevrolet Other Pickups Description

I have a 1968 Chevy 3/4 ton C20 Truck for sale. It has a newly rebuilt transmission with less than 100 miles on it. I do not have any information on the motor. I do not know if the motor has been re-built or not or if it is the original motor, though most people who have looked at it think it most likely is, or if the millage is accurate. I do know that the breaks have recently been gone through. The truck does not appear to have any excessive body work. It appears to have had some body filler above the sun-visors in the cab around the window frame and where the trim and lights were removed but very minimal. It seems to be in very good condition. Back window is tinted and the tint is still in good but not great shape. The worst part is the paint is getting older and is wearing thin or pealing off of the hood. It has a hitch, but no hitch ball. And remember this is the 3/4 ton C20 model, so it is built to haul and tow! The tires all hold air and the truck is is good working order. Doors open and shut well as does the hood. Windows roll up and down, though they are slightly stiff with age. There is an after-market gauge added under the dash for temperature. Everything except the heater appears to work. It is extremely drive-able! This truck has a clean AZ title. This truck is stock height. It has decent tires, with a spare tire and extra rims. All the lights appear to work. The side marker lights have been shaved. The heater fan needs to be replaced. All the handles and knobs and buttons all appear to be there, except for the shaved side marker lights. The headliner in the cab is also missing. This truck has a lot going for it as a candidate for a classic restoration! It has had a repaint and the seat appears to have been done around the same time. Both could use an update or sand down the grey metallic paint to reveal the OG green underneath! The Grey paint is wearing off and the seat has a tear on the driver's side.The truck runs good, starts right up, and doesn't get hot!! Not even here in the AZ high desert summer!Not rusty!!! Dry desert truck!! I purchased it from someone in the Riverside CA area and he believed it had been in that area its whole life.Inside the glove-box is a mount from where a previous owner had their stereo system hooked up. The dash is uncut and still has the OG radio as well as an OG label on the inside of the glove box door!! This truck was more of a weekend driver for the previous owner and for myself as well but could easily be an awesome classic vehicle daily driver! Unlike the C10's you just do not see very many C20's available, especially in this kind of good condition! 1968 classic Chevrolet! They aren't making any more of these trucks! This is your chance to own a vehicle that was built for function as well as form from a time when they still built trucks to last! Don't let this hard to find dry desert C20 slip away! Bid today!This truck is being sold in as is condition. Truck is located in northwestern AZ just south of Vegas. I do have contact info for the transport company who transported it from CA to AZ previously. They are based here and are reasonably priced.Aren't sure what a C20 is? Here is a helpful link-https://www.classicmuscle.com/resources/chevy-ck-trucks-history