Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1981 Chevrolet C10 restomod is far from stock, but you already knew that from the first impression. It even has a performance-built fuel-injected stroker motor to back up the shiny paint and big wheels. But as you dig deeper, you'll see it's a low mileage full build with everything you want, including a four-speed auto and an A/C interior.
The truck's beefy lines go great with the sporty upgrades like the power dome of the cowl hood. And the moment you lay eyes on the super-slick gray paint, you know this one was built to really show off. This has a nice metallic element, and to showcase the slick style of the radiant paint they also gave the truck sleek details with shaved drip rails, deleted trim, and a smooth rear roll pan. And while the paint has a ton of shine, it's no match for the truck's custom front end. The bright chrome bumper and custom mesh grille put a bold and brilliant face forward. Plus, the upgraded headlights mean this one even shines brighter at night, too. The Amani Forged wheels are the center piece of this build that bring together this Chevy's themes of shine, style, and performance.
The black interior has a fresh look of a low mileage build that has been given all the right investments. The seat, door panels, carpeting, and headliner all have that deep black look to make sure this one gets the fundamentals right. It's built with added comfort in mind with an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input, JL Audio speakers and subwoofer, a cup holder floor console, power steering, and Vintage Air air conditioning. There are also nice performance upgrades, like the B&M floor shifter and Dakota Digital gauges with tach. Plus, everyone will absolutely love how the upgraded steering wheel is the same design as the exterior alloys.
You instantly recognize the look of power when you lift the hood. This is a 383 cubic-inch V8 that was enhanced and fortified for added muscle. This includes ProMaxx aluminum heads, Comp Cam Xtreme 294 cam, and an Edelbrock RPM air gap aluminum intake. It's topped with an FiTech fuel injection system that for added power and consistency. There are even the best supporting components, too, like the MSD 6AL ignition, March serpentine belt system, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans to help keep the full package running cool. The Headman long tube headers add even more power as they contribute to the aggressive sound of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. The 700R4 four speed automatic transmission is fitted with 2800 RPM stall to keep you in the ideal powerband, and it feeds a 10-bolt Positraction with 4.11 gears for confident and powerful take-offs. They even upgraded the suspension with Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes and CPP front upper and lower control arms.
We have a receipt documenting over $9k invested in the motor and trans alone. And you just know there was a ton more spent getting this powerful pickup to be this awesome. That's why it's a deal you can't let slip away. Call today!!!
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