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The long-lived 1973-1987 generation of GM pickups – the ones some people call the “rounded-line” models – tended to get overlooked by many collectors. After all, they were fairly ubiquitous for a few decades all over the country and remain so today in certain parts of the country, say, Texas, where this 1977 Chevrolet C10 Silverado did the Rip Van Winkle thing for a while before its current owners put it up for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description:
1977 Chevrolet Silverado lwb truck with only 6,700 original miles. Absolutely everything on the truck is original except the tires, fuel pump, fuel tanks, battery, spark plugs, and oil filter. Starts with a flick of the switch and drives like it’s new. The a/c is freezing cold, but only operates on the max setting. Nothing leaks.
The truck sat untouched in a central Texas garage for 28 years. It still has its 1983 inspection sticker and original plates. It looks as nothing has ever been hauled in the bed.
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