Experience the timeless allure of classic American trucks with Texoma Classics as we meticulously restore a 1965 Chevrolet C10 in Sherman, Texas. This vintage Chevrolet C10 isn’t just a truck; it’s a symbol of ruggedness, style, and timeless nostalgia, and we’re dedicated to bringing it back to its former glory. Join us on a captivating visual journey through the restoration process, where the spirit of classic trucks meets modern craftsmanship and innovation.
At Texoma Classics, our passion for preserving automotive history shines through in every restoration project we undertake. With the 1965 Chevrolet C10, we’re not just restoring a vehicle; we’re rekindling the essence of American utility and craftsmanship. Our team of skilled artisans and restoration experts meticulously breathe new life into every aspect of this iconic truck, from its distinctive design to its rugged performance.
This isn’t just a restoration; it’s a transformation. As we pay homage to the original aesthetics while incorporating modern upgrades for enhanced reliability, we’re crafting a Chevrolet C10 that captures the rugged elegance of a bygone era while meeting the demands of today’s needs. Whether you’re a vintage truck enthusiast, a lover of classic Americana, or someone who appreciates the enduring charm of classic trucks, our restoration projects epitomize the spirit of American automotive heritage.
Witness the magic as Texoma Classics turns this 1965 Chevrolet C10 into a rolling testament to classic American utility, ready to tackle both work and play with style and power once more. Explore how we’re turning dreams into reality, one restoration at a time, and envision the possibilities for your own journey with Texoma Classics, where vintage trucks are reborn with a touch of modern reliability.
C/K is a series of trucks that was manufactured by General Motors from the 1960 to 2002 model years. Marketed by both the Chevrolet and GMC divisions, the C/K series encompassed a wide range of vehicles. While most commonly associated with pickup trucks, the model line also included chassis-cab trucks and medium-duty trucks and served as the basis for GM full-size SUVs. Through its entire production, the model line competed directly against the Ford F-Series and the Dodge D series (later the Dodge Ram pickup).
Used for both the model branding and the internal model code, “C” denoted two-wheel drive; “K” denoted four-wheel drive. Four generations of the model line were produced, including the second-generation “Action Line” and third-generation “Rounded Line” vehicles. For the fourth generation, GMC revised its branding, changing to a singular GMC Sierra nameplate (C/K remained as an internal model code).
For South America, the model line was manufactured by General Motors Brazil, who produced versions of the model line for Brazil, Argentina, and Chile from 1964 to 2001.
As GM entered the 1990s, the company revised its truck ranges, replacing the medium-duty C/K trucks with the Chevrolet Kodiak/GMC TopKick for 1990. For 1999, GM replaced the fourth-generation C/K pickup trucks with an all-new model line; in line with GMC, Chevrolet dropped the C/K nameplate (in favor of a singular Chevrolet Silverado nameplate). Initially marketed with its successor, the final C/K pickup trucks were produced for the 2000 model year. From 2001 to 2002, the final vehicles of the C/K model line were heavy-duty chassis cab trucks.