In 1977, Chevy introduced some popular upgrades to the C10. For the first time, you could get automatic door locks and powered windows. With four different Chevy C10 trim packages, the interior could be attractive and comfortable as well as functional.
No matter what trim your 1977 C10 has, it’s likely seen better days. Automatic locks were in their early days and weren't as durable as the ones we have today. As a result, they're a part that often needs to be replaced.
Thankfully, it's easy to find restoration parts for your C10’s electrical systems and interior parts. With them, you can restore your 1977 C10 to factory specs, or even better.
Restomodding your Chevy C10 lets you add some modern comforts to your classic truck. Try lowering your C10’s suspension to improve handling and control. Or give it more horsepower by upgrading your engine.
Whether you're going for a restomod or a period-correct restoration, there are parts that can get the job done. Either way, the 1977 C10 retains its charm thanks to its appealing design and ageless specs.