What I have is a 1966 Chevy C-10 Panel Truck that is a lot of fun to get out in! I have taken it to several shows over the last few years, mostly locals but it also made it to the Goodguys show in Puyallup a couple years in a row. It has always drawn attention.It has a Chevy 350cid with an Automatic Transmission. It starts when you hit the key (&push the start button), stops when you step on the brake pedal and goes when you step on the gas. Newer Holley carb. Carpet inside is pretty clean. The floor in the rear is all original wood and is neat. Currently has no headliner. Front (comfy) seats have DOT approved seatbelts. Back bench seat has been used for bags or a cooler when going out for the day. (No seatbelts on back bench seat.) Paint is a really cool color, but is by no means perfect. There are chips here and there and some areas have some cracking/bubbling such as the roof. The rear quarter panel was dented a while back, dent was pulled and bondo’d over then primered. Engine and trans runs/goes just fine, but could use a tune up if you plan to drive it a long distance. (Heater core was disconnected when I purchased it, unknown if it leaks.) Just installed a Pertronix Ignition in it. Has a new water pump, coolant hoses, coolant and brake shoes/wheel cylinders/hardware/hoses were all done and have seen less than 60miles since those components were replaced.INCLUDED is a Dual Reservoir Master Cylinder conversion kit to turn the single reservoir to a Dual, making it safer to drive for road trips. It’s brand new in the original box, Chrome and comes with the proper special adapter for the firewall this truck requires.