614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1967 Chevrolet C10 is an awesome restomod with the right details like slick paint and an A/C interior. But the best part about it is absolutely the drive. This low mileage build has big investments in a full custom suspension, six-speed manual transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and an ultra-model LT1 motor borrowed from a 2021 Camaro.
The blue paint and an electric level of vibrant that sets the tone nicely for this custom pickup. It has a deep shine that lets you know there's less than 100 miles on the full build. And this quality paint has a sleek style to showcase this truck's smooth personality. After all, they deleted the badging, moved the fuel filler to the bed, smoothed the tailgate, and the bumpers were traded for smooth pans. This also means the largest piece of brightwork you're going to spot is the set of 20-inch Rocket Racing wheels. And those large alloys tuck into the body to really show off the lowered suspension. Plus, there are more sporty details like the steel cowl hood, chain mesh-style grille, crystal clear headlights, and LED tail lights. It all makes for the kind of truck that people remember even if they just catch a glimpse as it blows by.
The interior keeps the right spirit of originality, but you can also see a ton of investment in upgrades. For example, you still have a bench seat, but it now is a custom contoured unit that is as comfortable as individual buckets. And nothing says premium like supple leather. The black carpets are clean, the dash pad is smooth, and the door panels have distinct metallic silver door cards. So this is quite an inviting atmosphere. And it's easy to stay comfortable thanks to the cold-blowing R134a air conditioning, custom cup holders, and a hidden stereo you access through your phone's Bluetooth. And you know this is no ordinary pickup when you grab the Nardi Torino steering wheel on a tilt column, gaze at the crisp Dakota Digital gauges, and count the gears on the SST shifter.
The engine bay showcases something that no one will expect. It's the 6.2-liter fuel-injected LT1 motor. This is said to have been borrowed from a 2021 Camaro, and it made 450+ horsepower in that coupe, so you already know you've got some serious muscle for the streets. And you even have good supporting components like a newer aluminum radiator and an Optima battery mounted under the middle of the truck for good weight distribution. And while you could invest in some added polish, it's already the substance that people will remember and not the shine. Plus, this was built to be a driver. The proof is in the undercarriage photos. We have a receipt for over $6k documenting the installation of an All American Billet performance front suspension. And there's also a full custom chassis, fresh bushings, and an upgraded trailing arm rear suspension with adjustable coilovers. And since you have a Camaro motor and a performance suspension, it's only natural to have everything else upgraded to a sports car spec. That's why you have a six-speed manual transmission, power steering, modern sport tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is an upgraded classic that knows how to deliver big power, added comfort, and impressive handling. It's a total package and a unique custom. Call today!!!
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