Single-Family-Owned 1965 Chevrolet C20
Current Bid: $6,500 (USD) by:
This 1965 Chevrolet C20 Pickup is finished in blue with ghost flames over a gray cloth interior. It was sold new in Arizona and retained by the original owner's family since. Powered is provided by a 350ci Ram Jet V8 with fuel injection, backed by a Turbo 350 transmission. Features include power disc brakes, power steering, aftermarket wheels, cab mounted running lights, wood bed, and air conditioning. Located in Phoenix, Arizona, this C30 is now offered by the selling dealer on a clear Arizona title.
Finished in blue, the body features ghost flames over the hood, fenders, and doors. Chrome running boards with amber running lights are mounted under the rockers, while additional running lights are mounted on the roof. All chrome is in good condition, including the grille, bumpers, and dual side mirrors. The bed features high-gloss planks with chrome locking strips and hardware with a black soft tonneau cover installed.
The truck rides on aftermarket 8-spoke chrome wheels mounted on Big Foot All-Terrain tires. Braking is handled by power-assisted discs in the front and drums in the rear.
Inside, the interior is outfitted with a bench seat upholstered in gray tweed with patterned inserts. Matching tweed door panel inserts feature flame embossing with billet aluminum armrests and chrome window cranks and handles. An aftermarket Panasonic head unit was installed in place of the factory radio, mounted next to controls for the aftermarket air conditioning. A billet steering column with tilt capability was installed as well
Behind the aftermarket leather-wrapped steering wheel sit the newly installed AutoMeter gauges, consisting of a 120-mph speedometer and 10K rpm speedometer and gauges for fuel level, water temperature, oil pressure, and battery voltage. 3K miles are shown on the analog odometer, though true mileage is unknown.
Under the hood sits the 350ci Ram Jet V8 engine with fuel injection and tubular exhaust headers. An aluminum radiator was installed for improved cooling, and the engine bay was fully restored, with the firewall and inner fenders finished to match the exterior of the truck. Power is routed to the rear wheels through a Turbo 350 automatic transmission.