800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Vintage style on the outside, custom comfort on the inside, and a fuel-injected big block under the hood make this 1962 Chevrolet C10 Restomod the kind of truck where they sweated all the details. And while there are a ton more investments to tell you about, we bet you already understand that this is the full custom build that you've been waiting for.
There's just something awesome about this generation of C10. Chevy designed these with a large style line that hugs the hood and then wraps around as it runs the full length of the profile. You can see it so nicely here thanks to straight panels and the modern clearcoat luster of the vibrant red paint. Plus, the white that highlights the trim line on the side gives this one the same kind of all-American look you get from a Coca-Cola bottle. You can really tell this is a quality restoration by everything from the shine of the bumpers to the real wood of the truck bed. But those 20-inch US Mags wheels on a lowered suspension give this a modern stance that also indicates they invested in more than just vintage style on this one.
The interior is a fresh and full custom presentation. It goes for a premium look in a tasteful tan, and nothing says upper-class like supple leather. This is a thoughtful setup, and you see it in cool details, like how the carpeting and stitching are done in red to coordinate with the exterior. This has all the right upgrades, like a retro-style AM/FM stereo w/USB input, a cup holder center console, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The seat is contoured to be all-day comfortable. Plus, you have a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and beyond that is a full set of Dakota Digital gauges. If that wasn't already an indicator of something nice in the engine bay, then the well-integrated EFI display in the center console certainly is.
When you open the hood, the smooth and dark inner walls funnel all your attention to the radiating heart of power in the middle. You're looking at a 454 cubic-inch big block V8. It's such a fresh presentation (believed to have only 200 miles on it since built,) and we dare you to find another component that can be polished. So we bet you're imagining all the awards the motor will win you all on its own. But more than just look seriously awesome, this is seriously powerful. It's built with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock air gap intake, and Sanderson headers. It's topped off with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system that lets you dial in your power and efficiency. It's also supported by the right pieces, like a March pulley system, Optima red top battery, and a Griffin aluminum radiator. GM's TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit, and this one was even rebuilt during the restoration. It feeds a 12-bolt Auburn limited-slip rear end with 3.73 Richmond gears for all-around great performance. The desirable trailing arm rear suspension, power steering, grippy ZR-rated tire, and CPP upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes combine for a solid anytime driving package.
This is the fresh build that mixes bold style and serious brawn. It's the big block restomod C10 that you know you need in your garage. Call now!
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