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1970 Chevrolet K20

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$20,000

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1970 Chevrolet K20

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1970 Chevrolet K20

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1970 Chevrolet K20

Highest Bid: $20,000 (USD) by: MountainManBill

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Chassis/VIN:

KE240J139336

Location:

Cambridge, Wisconsin

Odometer:

9,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12730384

Engine:

383ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

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Highest Bid: $20,000 (USD) by: MountainManBill

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

KE240J139336

Location:

Cambridge, Wisconsin

Odometer:

9,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12730384

Engine:

383ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

If a bid is placed within the last two minutes of an auction, an additional two minutes is added to ensure all bidders have a fair chance to bid. Bid carefully. The highest winning bidder will enter into a legally binding purchase contract.

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Vehicle Story

This 1970 Chevrolet K20 Fleetside truck features new metal from LMC Truck. Chrome bumpers highlight both ends of its Hugger Orange bodywork; a strip of decorative trim runs across the lower part of its front and rear fenders and doors. White capital letters spell out Chevrolet across the tailgate. The interior is equipped with white-faced gauges and an aftermarket Bluetooth-enabled radio connected to new speakers. Under the hood is a 383ci V8 crate motor fitted with a 4-bolt main block, aluminum heads, forged steel connecting rods, and other components. That's combined with a 700R4 automatic overdrive transmission, NP205 four-wheel-drive transfer case, and 2.5-inch custom exhaust system with Magnaflow mufflers. Located in Cambridge, Wisconsin, this K20 is available now with receipts for the work performed and new parts installed on it, and a clear title in the seller's name.

The current owner has had this K20 for the past 5 years. After they purchased it, they repaired the rust on the rocker panels. The Hugger Orange body features new metal from LMC Truck and unspecified new sheet metal. Up front, a Chevrolet bow tie badge sits above a 1-bar grille that connects the square bezels for the round headlights and a chrome bumper. The body sides are outfitted with reflectors at both ends and a trim bar that runs from the lower front fenders, across the doors, and to the ends of the Fleetside bed, which is protected by a spray-in liner.

The 8-lug wheels are surrounded by Lanvigator Catchfors A/T tires. Those sit in front of what the seller reports to be original drum brakes that have been rebuilt and equipped with new cylinders.

The cabin is furnished with a combination of body-color sections on the doors and dashboard, black and woodgrain door panels, black carpeting, and a black vinyl bench seat with lap belts. The aftermarket 4-spoke steering wheel sits in front of a bank of white-faced gauges and the column shifter for the 700R4 automatic overdrive gearbox. Additional readouts come from AutoMeter vacuum and battery voltage instrumentation. The Bluetooth-enabled aftermarket radio transmits its sound through new speakers.

The seller notes that there is no A/C and the window crank registers and weather stripping probably need to be replaced. Although the windshield wipers are functional, the windshield washer fluid pump is nonfunctional.

Power comes from a 383ci V8 crate motor equipped with a 4-bolt main block, roller camshaft and valvetrain, aluminum heads, 625-cfm Quick Fuel Technology carburetor, and forged steel I-beam connecting rods. It breathes through Doug Thorley Tri-Y headers and a 2.5-inch custom exhaust system with Magnaflow mufflers. The seller reports that the engine puts out 390 horsepower. A 700R4 automatic transmission sends the engine's power to the road; an NP205 transfer case controls the four-wheel drive system. The intake manifold gasket was replaced a year and a half ago. An oil change was performed 6 months ago.

The photo gallery shows pictures of the custom exhaust system's 2.5-inch piping and new Rancho shocks.

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Comments & Questions

September 27, 2021
07:13 AM

@thejimmiller – can you share the reserve? ...

My typo….I have about $30,000 in the truck. Some items I’m not sure are in the writeup: newly rebuilt brakes, new steering gear/valve, new ball joints. The truck drives like new. Had fuse box upgraded to new blade-fuse system when radio installed, and actually has Bluetooth phone mic. LED tail lights. 7-pin trailer wiring with brake controller (I pulled an equipment trailer ONCE. 😁

September 27, 2021
06:55 AM

can you share the reserve?

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