4610 Pet Lane
This is the kind of truck to get excited about. Every inch of this 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup has been gone over to give it a fantastic presence on the street. From the vibrant red paint, to the A/C interior, to the four-wheel disc brakes - it's a true custom with an undeniable presence. It also happens to have a fuel-injected twin-turbo V8 under the hood! So the custom truck with road-owning style is also the one with the power to be the king of the blacktop.
An extra-sleek red sets a terrific tone for this truck. After all, if you were going to have a twin-turbo sports car, you'd want it in bright red. And the cowl hood and deleted badges add to the sporty and slippery style. Plus, those Rocket alloys have a terrific stance with a larger and wider rear set that helps emphasize where the power meets the pavement. Well-fitting panels, upgraded headlights, bright chrome bumpers, and color-matched liner paint in the bed are all about showing off a detailed style. You may find a few signs of this truck being driven, and they were more concerned about giving you wider wheel wells than a perfectly clean bed. But overall, the style looks quite impressive considering this truck was also built with so much added substance.
The interior has the look and feel of quality. There's a newer seat, smooth dash pad, good door panels, and plush carpeting protected by WeatherTech floor mats. There's a daily driver level of comfort here with upgraded features like cold-blowing air conditioning, tinted windows, and a retro-style AM/FM stereo. And there are the right driver-oriented features like the Chevy sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and illuminated auxiliary readouts.
The engine bay was kept tidy so everyone could have a clear look at all the awesome performance hardware. At the center is GM's LM7 Vortec V8. The 5.3-liter fuel injected motor has gained a robust reputation in Chevy and GMC trucks, and they love upgrades, so it's the ideal base for this one. You can see flanked on both sides of the V8 is a Magnum Performance turbocharger. You have even more upgrades like a 102mm throttle body and the dual exhaust has SLP mufflers (the same people who have made some seriously mean Camaros.) This big power package connects to a 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission. This makes for the right balance of stout construction and easy shifting all the way into overdrive. Add in power steering, the grip of modern performance tires, and upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes, and this C10 is a wild power pickup that's easy to drive like a cruiser.
Style, comfort, and serious muscle come together on an awesome Chevy truck. So if you want to drive a powerful custom that will have you showcasing the motor everywhere you park, call today!
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