800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1965 Chevrolet C10 restomod has the right attitude for a true all-around stunner. You've got the eye-catching look outside with the modern finish, and a leather interior customized with every convenience from A/C to Bluetooth. But what you'll really love is the 480+ horsepower big block and all the right upgrades to really let you bring the power to the pavement.
The Chevy C10 has a great classic look, and this one preserves the best pieces with the shining chrome bumpers, mirror-like grille, and glossy real wood in the truck bed. Plus, it has the sporty stepside profile. But you weren't attracted to this one just for its vintage style. Instead, we know it's the serious attitude that makes the real first impression. The matte gray paint is a great modern color. It still has a touch of attitude so you know it's a truck, but it also has a steel-like sheen that highlights the crisp lines that come from a quality restoration. Even the upgraded 18-inch Rocket Racing alloys have a harden gray finish. It's all part of a thoughtful and fresh package that comes from a build with less than 1300 miles on it.
Inside, the exterior gray returns as a backdrop for a ton of terrific upgrades. It starts with a supple leather bench seat that has the kind of diamond-pattern stitching you'd expect in a Bentley. There's even a removable cup holder center console with you want individual comfort. The door panels, shift boot, and headliner are also done to match the seat for a quality look and feel. The classic dash has some nice well-integrated upgrades like a retro-style AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth, power steering, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. And the upgraded wood and chrome steering wheel goes nice with the custom wood dash panel that has a full set of classic-style AutoMeter gauges. Have you counted the gears on the stick shift yet?
When you open the hood, the smooth inner walls funnel all your attention to the dark heart of power in the middle. You're looking at a BluePrint 496 cubic-inch big block V8. This is a serious powerhouse for this fresh build, and it features a cast steel crank, hypereutectic pistons, a flat tappet hydraulic camshaft, a medium rise intake, and topped off with a Holley 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor. The whole package is rated at 480+ horsepower, and the header-fed dual exhaust lest the world know this muscle with its rumble. You have full control over this monster motor and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to a strong Trenec five-speed manual transmission with SFI scatter shield. This feeds a 10-bolt Positraction rear end with 3.73 gears for all-around great performance. The suspension has been beefed up with CPP components, and so have the upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes. And modern Pirelli P-Zero tires offer superior grip.
This is the fresh build that has the look of brains and serious brawn. It's the big block restomod C10 that you know you need in your garage. Call now!
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