614 E. Auto Center Dr.
With slick red paint, a custom leather interior, cold-blowing air conditioning, and strong small block V8 power, this 1957 Chevrolet big back window pickup is impressive over every inch. So no matter if you love glittering classic chrome or a modern Bluetooth stereo, this is the thoughtfully done custom that seems to satisfy everyone.
This truck has been comprehensively restored and upgraded, and it likely has gone less than 4,500 miles since completion. That's why you'll see a fresh and clean style, right down to the undercarriage. But what you're really going to notice first is the bright red paint. It has a smooth and even gloss that loves to show off all the curves of the classic sheet metal. And with the mirror-like chrome shine on the bumpers, bezels, trim, and grille, this '57 pickup has the kind of overall radiance that could make a '57 Bel Air jealous. There are cool classic pieces, like the badges and windshield overhang. Plus, the wraparound glass of the big back window is quite sought-after. But this one really likes to show its upgraded nature through the details. Halogen headlights, a diamond plate bed floor, and bright dual exhaust tips are modern and convenient. And while the wheels have the right kind of shine to go with the other chrome, they are modern 20-inch alloys set on an awesome/aggressive forward-leaning stance.
The exterior red returns inside on the door tops and extra-smooth dash, and now it's joined by a fresh and sophisticated tan. It's a well-coordinated look where the supple leather upholstery goes with the door panels and carpet piping for a thoughtfully uniform style. This is done with modern comfort in mind, and so you have cold-blowing air conditioning, tinted glass, and an AM/FM stereo with USB and Bluetooth. And this cruiser style also means a more comfortable driving environment. That's why you have a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and a comprehensive white-faced Dolphin combo gauge package.
The engine bay continues the look of an impressive custom build. The color-matched inner-fenders have a smooth look to funnel your attention to the V8. And we love how the dark accessories let the red Chevrolet lettering pop. The 350 cubic-inch crate V8 has the look of a clean and powerful low-mileage build. It includes an Edelbrock AVS2 four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, an HEI distributor, aluminum pulleys, and an aluminum radiator with an electric fan. That makes for a strong runner with an all-day driving appeal. This easy-driving nature is why you also have an upgraded Camaro independent front suspension, a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, front discs, and modern sports tires.
This is the desirable big back window truck with a sleek style, powerful heart, and awesome A/C interior. So if you want a terrific driver that has all the right distinctions, call today!
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