614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You can instantly tell this 1962 Chevrolet C10 is far from stock. This pickup has been thoroughly customized inside and out to be a heck of a lot of fun, and the performance-built stroker big block V8 means you've got serious power to go with your head-turning style.
The full teal green treatment definitely makes this pickup stand out in a crowd. The purple lower section has even more attention drawn to it with the custom blue and yellow graphics package. And if that wasn't bold enough, it's all outlined in red to give it proper definition. This detail-oriented setup is an expensive paint package that radiates its quality with a modern clearcoat shine. And the investments didn't stop there. The flush rear roll pan, expertly shaved trim, and Cadillac taillights give this a very cool custom look. And with the color-matched bumper and grille, those Weld Racing wheels become the largest piece of brightwork on this truck. And just in case you didn't already spot how massive the rear tires were, you can easily see the tubbed rear wheel wells in the custom bed with color-matched liner paint. So this whole build really loves to show off a custom and coordinated look over every inch.
The interior continues the bold teal on the dash and doors, but now it's joined by plenty of modern comfort. It starts with tan leather seats that have a luxury-level feel because they were borrowed from a Cadillac. You have a fold-down console when you don't need the jump seat, and these even individually power adjust to your ideal position. You'll notice the tan on the seats coordinate with the door panels and carpeting. In fact, the floor mats even have custom purple piping to match the exterior lower section. So you can really can see how this was a thoughtful build. There's more great upgrades, like power windows and a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, there are the right driver-oriented upgrades, like the Grant sport steering wheel on a tilt column, Lokar floor shifter, and Dakota Digital gauges that have a cool green glow that coordinates with the dash.
The engine bay looks show-ready with smooth inner walls painted in the same teal seen on the interior and exterior. That funnels your attention to the bold block and big investment in shining components. And while this has style, what you'll really love is the substance behind it all. It's a 468 cubic-inch stroker big block. This is a fully-built setup that has been enhanced and fortified with Speed Pro pistons, Thumper camshaft, and PRW roller rockers. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as headers add power while contributing to the thunder of the side-exit dual exhaust. It even has terrific supporting components like the Haywire's Street Rod electrical system kit and Griffin aluminum radiator. The stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission has a 2500 RPM stall, and it feeds a stout Ford 9-inch rear. And adjustable rear coilovers and those massive rear Mickey Thompson tires keep the power on the pavement. Plus, there's power steering and four-wheel power disc brakes to make this an all-round nice driver.
Look around, but you probably won't find many trucks as unique, comfortable, or powerful as this one. And distinction is the cornerstone for both fun and value. Call today!!!
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