800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Flame-kissed custom paint, upgraded V8 power, an A/C interior, and attention to detail make this 1965 Chevrolet C10 a standout total classic. So the only thing you have to do to be memorable is be the one to pick this up.
The purple paint is an eye-catching color with a deep luster and shine from a modern clearcoat application. It has a glossy finish that does a terrific job of highlighting all the curves of the sheet metal - especially the curves of the stepside bed. But your favorite part of the paint will be the ghost flames on the front that look like this one has an alcohol-fueled fire discretely consuming the front end. It sets off a performance feeling that's continued on the upgraded wheels and mean forward-leaning stance. But as upgraded as this one is, the investments also went into making it a better classic. You see it everywhere from the shine on the bumpers to the quality of the real wood truck bed.
The interior does subtle upgrades correctly. For example, the bench seat retains a classic style, but you can see it's nicely recovered with red tweed inserts. The door panels are even done to match. It really is a driver's truck with a three-spoke sports steering wheel, tilt steering column, and floor shifter, and AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges. And while that lets you know this is a hot ride, the air conditioning is there to keep you feeling cool.
Not only did they upgrade the power in the engine bay, but they also made sure you're going to want to show it all off. It's a tidy and shining 350 cubic-inch V8. At the heart is an Edelbrock upgrade suite with a four-barrel carburetor, intake, and ribbed valve covers. It's supported by the right pieces, like upgraded pulleys and an aluminum radiator. The shorty headers feed a newer dual exhaust. It fires up easily and runs great, and you'll have full control of the power with the four-speed manual transmission. There are also easy driving features like power steering, power brakes, front discs, wide modern tires, and a trailing arm rear suspension.
This restored pickup has the right power and poise to be your new favorite classic. So don't let this opportunity slip away. Call now!
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