800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1986 Chevrolet K10 4x4 Custom Deluxe is the one classic pickup with everything you want. It has a lifted 4x4 stance, a custom two-tone style, updated small block power, an overdrive transmission, and a comfy interior. So as you dig into all the details, you really see a thoughtful total build that covers all your needs.
The square-jaw design of this generation of Chevy trucks looks even beefier when it's on a lifted 4x4. This toughness has elegance, too, thanks to polished alloys, a billet grille, newer taillights, and clear headlights. Plus, the upgraded cowl hood is a great classic piece that adds to the powerful appearance. The maroon and gold are timeless, elegant, combo elevated thanks to a good gloss from a more recent investment. They even painted the front bumper and added a flush rear roll pant to really make sure this lives up to the "custom" part of the Custom Deluxe name. And the bright trim encircling the truck not only provides a clear dividing line for the two colors but also shows off how straight the panels are. But while you know this truck is upgraded, it's also not afraid of the weekend chores. After all, the long bed adds plenty of utility, and this one is protected with liner paint.
The interior has a comfortable feeling thanks to the right investments. You have updates to the door panels, billet window cranks, and a plush velour seat cover. There are upgrades like the sports steering wheel, tinted windows, modern JVC speakers, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth. Plus, the upgraded door sills with light-up Chevy bow ties are absolutely cool. But your favorite feature might just be the classic sliding rear glass that lets this classic pickup get breezes flowing through the cab in an old-school way.
Under the hood is a tidy painted engine bay. At the center is a younger 350 cubic-inch GM crate motor. This V8 has been enhanced with a four-barrel carburetor, Weiand Street Warrior intakes, and headers feeding into the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. It's a stout powerhouse, and that's good for when it's time for extra work or play. A two-speed transfer case, Cooper Evolution M/T tires, and six-inch lift on Skyjacker shocks give you true off-road ability. But you also know this one was built to be a good driving classic for all conditions. The upgraded four-speed automatic transmission has a versatile overdrive. And features like power steering and power brakes w/discs up front are great for the street or trail.
This is the one classic truck that does it all with added style. So you know you need to get it in your driveway. Call now!
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