614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This is a true Purple People Eater. That's because this 1967 Chevrolet C10 pickup has a high-performance ZZ 427 crate V8. And as you look through all the details, you'll see a sleek full custom package that balances vibrant looks, comfy features, and true street-eating performance components.
The huge shotgun-style air grabber in the hood draws as much attention as the mirror-like shine of the front bumper and grille. And speaking of shine, what's really striking is the paint. The metallic purple is one of those expensive colors that goes down in multiple layers, and the full restoration was done by a professional shop. When you take it out on a sunny day, this finish looks like it loves to consume all the light around it just so it can radiate even brighter. This full shining package also extends to the alloy wheels. Those 20-inch Riddlers love to show off the sporty lowered stance and extra meaty rear tires. You're even going to love the detail work, like the elimination of the side vent windows, liner paint on the bed floor, and special sport mirrors with matching purple pinstriping. And while the paint already looks like it could glow in the dark, this one comes with a custom package that includes LED halo headlights, LED tail lights, and truck bed lighting. So as you look it all over, you can tell it is a thoughtful and professional full build.
While the exterior is all about showing off power and style, the interior adds plenty of comfort into the mix, too. It starts with two racing bucket seats with full Simpson harnesses. There's a jump seat in the middle, but you'll just like it better for folding down to give you a cup holder center console. The door panels are a custom presentation finished in leather and announce the power under the hood. There are nice comfort upgrades such as power windows, power locks, and provisions for R134a air conditioning (it likely needs a recharge to blow cold again.) The radio is an upgraded AM/FM/CD/XM touchscreen head unit with Bluetooth, and it connects to a full stereo system featuring Phoenix Gold subwoofers. This keeps you feeling good while you get down to speedy business. There's a B&M shifter line-lock shifter, and the sports steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column to give you a good view of the full AutoMeter gauge package.
The motor may be a monster, but it's also ready for show time. The smooth inner walls are color-matched to the truck, and it funnels your attention to the tidy big block setup. Just like the door panels, the valve covers clearly announce this is Chevrolet's mighty 427 cubic inch V8. This aluminum head ZZ427 crate motor is a big investment and offers serious power right out of the box, but also there's much more going on here. Those dual air scoops peeking out of the hood feed fresh air into the Holley four-barrel carburetor and aluminum intake. Long tube headers add even more power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. And anytime you want to truly bring the thunder, there's a switch on the dash for electric cutouts. While you're checking out this whole package, don't forget to notice the quality supporting components, like the serpentine belt system, Optima red top battery, steel braided lines, and upgraded radiator with electric fans. The big V8 feeds a stout TH400 three-speed on its way to a strong 12-bolt rear end. And you keep it all under control with ease thanks to power steering, the desirable trailing arm rear suspension, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
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