1971 Chevrolet C10
New for Chevrolet pickups in 1971 was the distinctive “egg-crate” grille and the introduction of the Cheyenne package. This package consisted of a nicer interior with increased padding, insulation and carpet, as well as more liberal use of chrome trim and moldings on the side and tailgate. AM/FM radios came as a standard option from the factory and disc brakes replaced the drum brakes on the front for increased stopping performance. The drivetrain consists of a small block Chevrolet motor and automatic transmission. A/C is also present and blows cold. The original radio has been replaced by a higher quality aftermarket unit.
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