1964 Chevrolet C10 Stepside "Pusher" For Sale.


Trucks and salt usually don’t mix, but this one? It craves it. For sale out of Ham Lake, Minnesota at Rt. 65 Sales & Classics is this restomodded 1964 Chevy C10 Stepside that has been reimagined as a Bonneville Salt Flats Raceway pusher. It’s absolutely drenched in patina and features a GM 5.7L Vortec L31 V8 motor, a 4L80E 4-speed automatic transmission, an air ride suspension, and an upgraded interior.

You can and should buy it for an asking price of $29,990. 


The First Generation C/K Series + Patina Galore.

The first-generation C/K series was the replacement for Chevy’s Task Force range  and was launched in 1960. Although it was purpose built as a truck, it leveraged several features from cars into its design to increase its functionality and comfort. For example, the C/K trucks had a drop center frame allowing for a lower center of gravity and lower cab, and an independent front suspension and coil sprung rear axle. The C/K series was only available in a standard cab pickup body style, and came in two bed lengths, available as a Stepside with fenders and a step in front of the rear wheel, or as a Fleetside, offering standard fenders. Production of the 1st Gen Chevrolet C10 lasted from 1960 through  1966, when Chevrolet introduced the 2nd Gen C/K, the “Action Line.”

In terms of values, we’re going to give you the data from Classic.com as we often do, but let’s be honest, how can you put a price on something so unique? It’s really, really difficult. Looking at the last 5 years of data, one of the quickest conclusions you can draw is that these have been selling for prices all over the map. With a top sale recorded at a staggering $214,500 and one not far behind at $198,000, it’s clear that these can command some value, depending on the level of restoration and customization. This particular example comes in just $10 above the 5-year rolling average, and if you compare some of the trucks that have sold in this range, we think you’ll see that this is a fair price indeed. Have a look for yourself:



The Condition & Specs.

Despite looking like it might have been left out in a desert for the last 50 years or so, this truck is actually in quite nice condition and has been well cared for. It’s not a show quality restoration, but mechanically, it’s in excellent condition and the upgraded interior will make putting miles on this thing extra enjoyable. 

Here’s some of what you’ll get when you buy it. 


  • 5.7L Vortec L31 V8
  • 4L80E 4-speed automatic transmission
  • Rear wheel drive
  • Power brakes
  • Power steering
  • Front and rear air suspension
  • Cruise control
  • Dual exhaust


  • Dual 2” x 4” wood pushers
  • 15” steel wheels
  • Stained wooden planks lining the bed
  • Assorted window decals
  • Hand painted “Bonneville automotive supply” graphics
  • Hand painted “See you on the salt” on rear gate


  • Newer GM bench seat w/gray upholstery
  • Dakota Digital instrument display
  • A/C and heat
  • AM/FM cassette stereo (Alpine)
  • Rubber floor coating

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This Chevrolet C10 sold, but you can explore more classic, rare, and custom pickup trucks and 4x4s for sale on Fourbie Exchange.