614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1958 Chevrolet Apache 3100 Big Window is a freshly built restomod that has everything from a fully-independent Corvette suspension to a leather-lined A/C interior. So look over everything on this well-coordinated and award-worthy total package, because they really took the time to sweat the details on this one.
This was a full custom build that was complete in 2018, and there's less than 1,000 miles since then, so everything you see is quite fresh. The way Satellite Silver blends with Stealth Gray takes a very professional hand. There's a nice modern metallic glow and plenty of clearcoat in the total package that really lets you see the details of the well-presented sheetmetal. And these Apaches are really known for their curves. You see industrial art everywhere from the stepside bed, to how the power bulges of the hood melds into the bodywork. And the curved back glass on the desirable big back windows is something we all love. Plus, they made nice investments in the brightwork making sure the grille, bumpers, headlight bezels, mirror, and door handles all shine. And while this has the right vintage details, like the glossy wood in the truck bed, you love it for far more than its classic appearance. Those well-integrated wide exhaust tips, 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, and aggressive forward-leaning stance are all a big announcement that this custom was done with performance in mind.
The moment you open the door, people will instantly marvel at how the cool two-tone is so expertly continued inside. The custom leather seats are going to make people marvel at how the gray and sliver are intertwined, but you may just enjoy them for how nicely bolster they are for all-day comfort. The custom door panels and kick plates finished in a matching two-tone. Even the custom headliner and center console use the color theme to also show off Chevy's iconic bow tie emblem. They integrated the best in modern comfort, including a retro-style radio with a digital AM/FM tuner and Bluetooth, cup holders, and cold-blowing R134a Air conditioning. The steering wheel is even wrapped to match the interior, and it's mounted on an Ididit tilt column. And this gives you a clear view to the well-integrated AutoMeter gauge package.
The show-ready presentation continues under the hood. Color-matched inner walls, plenty of polished components, and orderly details (like the tidy plug wires) really make this whole engine bay look terrific. Plus, there's plenty of substance behind the style. It's a 355 cubic-inch V8 that has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock RPM hi-rise intake, and shorty headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. This fresh setup has all the right supporting components, including a serpentine belt system, billet pulleys, electronic ignition, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. While all this makes for a fantastic classic package, you're favorite driving upgrade may just be underneath the truck. The suspension from a C4 Corvette has been adapted to this truck. Oh yes, while the original Apache didn't even have an independent front end, this one has a sports car fully independent suspension. And just so you can enjoy this true driving truck to the fullest, it has more great upgrades like a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with build receipts, this is a distinct classic pickup that knows how to turn heads and love the open road. Call today!!!
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