1969 Chevrolet CST-10 Pickup. The best available trim levels for 1969 10-series Chevrolet trucks was the CST which stood for Custom Sport Truck.
This well-equipped 1969 Chevrolet CST-10 pickup is finished in maroon and white exterior with coordinating maroon interior. The exterior paint shows very well with just some minor imperfections as would be anticipated with a truck that has been lightly used. The maroon interior also shows very well with no areas of excessive wear. Originally a southern truck as represented by the virtually rust-free underside.
The 350 cubic inch motor appears to be the original to the vehicle but that can not be verified as the engine pad has been decked but it can be verified as date code correct. The motor runs strong and the turbo 400 transmission shifts smooth. This truck features power steering and brakes as well as air conditioning which appears to need a charge. The truck has also been upgraded with an aluminum radiator, tonneau cover, spray in bed liner and AM/FM radio.
This pickup comes with the original dealer invoice, bill of sale, protecto plate and owner's manual.
Overall this 1969 Chevrolet CST-10 Pickup is in very good overall condition and is a pleasure to drive whether you are taking it to a car show or just for a cruise.