614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1967 Chevrolet C10 Restomod has an awesome two-tone, custom A/C interior, and an upgraded sport suspension. And oh yeah, there's also modern fuel-injected Camaro SS power under the hoods and a five-speed to control it all!
Only the right truck can wear a sliver like this. The precious metal hue is a confidence color that draws attention with its electricity. For a color like this to be on a pickup, the body needs to be as straight as this one, because the metallic element loves to highlight sheetmetal's distinct lines. And we know you see more than just the silver. There's a red pinstripe encircling the top of the hood and cab that gives you a distinct dividing line for the metallic graphite upper section. The modern color combo really helps to instantly announce that this is a custom pickup. And this two-tone is quite purposeful with that graphite being utilized on the body everywhere from the lettering on the tailgate to the darker shade of liner paint protecting the bed. Even the 20-inch US Mags alloys are finished in a dark gray to really give the whole truck the look of a sleek, modern, and thoughtful total package.
Inside the bright silver returns as an accent color, and now it's joined by an aggressive red. It looks especially nice on the upgraded seating that offers individual bucket-like comfort (including armrests) as well as a middle just seat when needed. Everything looks crisp and clean - exactly what you'd expect on a well-done build. There's even cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. You'll slip behind the cool red and chrome steering wheel that's on a tilt column. This gives you a terrific view of the full AutoMeter gauges. If that wasn't already a sure sign of something special under the hood, the number of gears on the Hurst floor shifter confirms it.
The engine bay doesn't try to hide any of its awesomeness. The modern V8 still carries the Camaro cover that tells you this is a LT1 motor borrowed from a 2016 Camaro SS. Yes, that's the same fuel-injected 6.2-liter V8 that you can currently get in a brand-new Camaro! You really get full control over it all with the five-speed manual transmission. It's rated at 455 in regular use, and the shorty headers in this package may even give you a bit more! Not only do you get an awesome powerhouse, but the tidy and professional installation make it easy to show off. Everything from the hoses to the Champion aluminum radiator looks fresh. The undercarriage photos reveal just how fresh the total build is, and you'll also spot terrific suspension upgrades like the Heidts tubular A-arm front suspension and QA1 adjustable coilovers all around. Add in power steering, upgraded Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes, and the grip of modern performance tires, and you have an all-around serious performance machine.
You can tell the spared no expense on this restomod. So if you demand the best of everything, call today!
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