213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Take some time to check out all the custom details of this 1967 GMC C10 Stepside restomod. But don't linger too long, because with the terrific paint, a leather-lined A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and modern fuel-injected V8 providing some serious power, this freshly-built truck will be hauling out soon.
Your first impression might just be a cool classic truck. After all we rarely see a the curvaceous stepside bed these days, and this has a cool attitude where the white roof matches the wheels for a vintage two-tone effect. But then you begin to pick up on the details, like the cowl induction style hood, and those wheels are a larger 17-inch size on a lowered suspension. It shows this truck really has some extra attitude. It's the product of a careful restoration that was completed only 55 miles ago. You can tell there was a ton invested to have body panels looking straight and smooth, and there's a terrific shine on top thanks to a quality application of a modern clearcoat finish. You'll also a lot more desire as you keep digging into the details. Bright chrome bumpers, an upgraded grille, crystal clear headlights, and smooth black painted lumber in the truck bed are all part of this comprehensive build.
The interior was redone to make this as comfortable as a modern pickup. It starts with new dual bucket seats finished in a supple leather. These have terrific bolstering and fold-down armrests to be all-day comfortable. The tan on the seats coordinates with the door panels, headliner, and dash pad for a fresh and well-done look. The exterior blue even returns on the door tops and lower dash for a full uniform appearance inside and out. You've got all the best in comfort features, including power windows, a cup holder center console, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. You get a sharp-looking Billet Specialties steering wheel on a tilt column, upgrade pedals, a Lokar floor shifter, and an upgrade gauge panel with large tach.
While there are plenty of terrific custom components on the interior and exterior that will draw a crowd, we're willing to bet the engine bay is what really brings them all to you. This has a 5.3-liter Vortec V8. The custom cover matches the smooth firewall, and it has been so expertly installed that it looks like could have been in here since day one. It's the kind of OHV multi-port fuel-injected motor that powers some of your favorite more modern GM trucks and SUVs. What that means in practical terms is a vintage truck that fires up easily, idles smoothly, and has one of the best powerbands you'll ever experience. Plus, the modern 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive has been installed, too. That means this C10 feels like it's always in the ideal gear whether you're in the passing lane or cruising down the highway. The long-haul likeability in this classic is further enhanced by new suspension components, including the tubular A-arms up front, urethane bushings, and adjustable coilovers all-around (just check out how clean everything is in the undercarriage photos!) Add in power steering and power brakes with drilled & slotted front discs, and you've got a total package that's truly a superior classic pickup.
With well under 100 miles on the whole build, this truck has a real aura of quality at first glance, and provides true comfort and power from behind the wheel. It's the classic GMC that leaves you wanting for nothing. Don't miss out, call today!
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