Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A fully-built powerful off-road machine like this is rarely so obtainable. So look over all the details on this 1984 Chevrolet K-10 Silverado, like the perfromance V8, striking paint, and huge upgrades in 4x4 components... but don't admire too long, or it might be gone.
You can tell there has been a ton invested in this truck, and it goes way beyond the lifted 4x4 stance. The first impression of the paint might be like the old-school Silverado two-tone, but then you notice the extra flare of the silver and red. That comes from a more recent and professional application. Plus, we love the detail work, like the red pinstripe that adds distinction around the red strip along the profile. And because the paint has such a nice luster, only the best brightwork will do. You see it in all the right factory places like the front bumper and large side mirrors, as well as in best upgrades like the deep rear step bumper and billet grille. And because the suspension is on display for the world to see, even that had a solid investment in shine in places like the front sway bar, differential covers, shocks, and so much more. The total impression is a thoughtful and capable build.
Inside, this truck has received all the right investments for comfort. It starts with the red cloth seat that has been borrowed from a younger Chevy truck. That means bench-style utility with a bit of bucket-level bolstering comfort for the driver. This has all the right comfort features, including power windows, power locks, and the sliding rear window for those old-school truck breezes. The steering wheel looks like its borrowed from the same younger truck as the seats. This gives you a commanding position around the Silverado's driver-oriented dash. So you are only a fingertip away from the cruise control and the upgraded AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with aux input and a subwoofer speaker system. There's even air conditioning running modern R134a to keep you feeling as cool as you look in this custom truck.
Under the hood you'll instantly see more signs of a big investment. The 350 cubic-inch V8 looks nice with bright components matching nicely with the silver painted engine bay. But what you'll really love is the strong and powerful construction. This small block has been fortified and enhanced with a Comp Cams 280 solid roller camshaft, Chevy pink rods, TRW forged pistons, 1970 double hump heads, serpentine belt system, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. The V8 inhales deeply through a blueprinted Quadrajet carburetor and Weiand intake. It exhales with authority as the Hooker Nitro ceramic-coated headers feed the thunderous dual exhaust. The full package is rated around 370 horsepower. More than just powerful, this has been upgraded to 3/4 ton running gear, so we can call this shortbed a K-20. In fact, take some time to investigate the full undercarriage photos. There you will see how thorough the investment was in this truck. The clean chassis, fresh body mounts, and plenty of new urethane component make this a very solid machine. Plus, the two-speed transfer case, manual locking front hubs, upgraded 4x4 components, and 4.88 gears make this an impressive rock-crawler. Plus, the power steering, front disc brakes, and 44-inch Super Swamper tires give you an unbeatable prowess.
We know you've said "Wow!" plenty of times while looking this one over especially when you saw the price. So don't let this obtainable go-anywhere custom 4x4 slip away. Call today!!!
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