The 1970 Chevy truck was nearly identical to the 1969 model year. The optional 396 cubic engine was enlarged to a 402 cubic engine but that was about it. Now, the lack of new specs to go over isn’t going to hold us back because we’ve got not one lifted 70 Chevy truck to talk about, but two!
This beautiful lifted 4×4 1970 Chevy truck for sale on ebay has an immaculate exterior. No rust and the red paint and chrome wheels look fantastic. It has 88,000 miles on it and the winning bid was for $16,000. I would tell you more about this truck but the owner wrote the listing in one long paragraph in ALL CAPS and it’s really a pain in the ass to read. I think there was something mentioned about u-joints. Could have been good or bad. I don’t understand the fascination some people have with all caps. I guess they think it makes what they wrote look more important but it’s kind of like a woman that is naked all of the time. It catches your attention at first and then you realized it’s always like that so you go back to watching TV. So let’s move on.
This blue 4×4 1970 Chevy pickup was listed on Craigslist for $2900. It looks really nice and supposedly runs nice as well so I’m a little surprised the price is so low. Maybe the interior is built to hell? It has the standard 350 engine in it which I’m assuming is the original engine. That ought to make purists happy. The lift is 5 inches which is a nice height. I personally like trucks that are lifted enough to get noticed but no so much that it just get’s silly. I don’t know, if I had any money I think I would jump on this truck. The other one’s I’ve seen selling for under $3000 usually need some sort of body work and might even need some major work done.
As an added bonus I’m throwing in this 1970 Chevy dump truck. This beauty can be yours for $4000. It looks like a monster. I hope you’ve got some heavy duty hauling to do. I’m often amazed at the old commercial vehicles that are still running. I can only imagine that this dump truck has been abused in it’s daily dumping activities, yet it’s still kicking. Kind of reminds me of my 85 year old grandpa. Not even a plane crash at 75 could take him out.