614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 Chevrolet C10 restomod is a well-done package with great custom color, houndstooth interior, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, and fuel-injected V8 power. So check out all the pics - especially the custom suspension in the undercarriage - to understand just how much was invested in this custom pickup.
This shade of blue is quite nice because it's both dark and sophisticated. This upgraded shade has plenty of radiance with its clearcoat luster that gives a modern flair. We like how the glossy finish takes advantage of the smoother style that comes from deleted badging to let the light dance across the whole truck's body. The bed is lined, and you will find some areas around it that show this can be used for real pickup duty. It's no farm truck, but it's nice to know there's still a touch of workman charm. And shining even brighter than the paint is plenty of gleaming brightwork on the bumpers, grille surround, and mirrors. The 20-inch Billet Specialties Salt Flat wheels give a modern size to this classic style and sets the tone for a true restomod that adds a lot of modern appeal to the classic lines you love.
The interior has a great feeling of vintage and premium all wrapped in one package. You've got some iconic Chevy pieces, like the houndstooth fabric inserts in the seat, and there's the C10's premium western-style pattern on the door panels. You'll even spot classic wood-like trim on the dash. And the sliding rear glass gets old-school breezes flowing through the cab. So it makes for the kind of fresh and fun truck that's great to cruise. You'll slip behind the woodgrain Chevy sports steering wheel on a tilt column which gives you a clear view of the instrument panel with Dakota digital gauges.
We have receipts for over $33k spent on the engine and suspension within about the last year. And can really see the investment the moment you open the engine bay. The smooth and tidy setup funnels your attention to the upgraded 350 cubic-inch V8 heart. It has a beefy look with the cast Chevy valve covers and matching air grabber. As you dig deeper, you'll spot performance enhancements like Edelbrock intake and a nice set of ceramic coated headers feeding a throaty dual exhaust. Plus, it's topped with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system for the best in power and consistency. And that's not the only thoughtful upgrade. The aluminum radiator helps keep the full package running cool, and the 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission knows how to handle the power and deliver overdrive comfort. The suspension has a full RideTech upgrade with tubular A-arms in front, tubular rear trailing A-arms, and adjustable coilovers all around. Add in four-wheel power disc brakes, an updated power steering system, a 12-bolt Positraction rear end, and modern performance tires, and this vintage truck can run circles around much younger machines.
This custom C10 is attractive for being everything from a street-eating pickup to a sleek Sunday driver. That's why you know this will be a deal that's moving fast. Call today!!!
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