614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1979 Chevrolet C10 Stepside is far from stock, but you already knew that from the first impression. But beyond the midnight glossy paint and shiny wheels is a fuel-injected big block, four-on-the-floor, four-wheel disc brakes, a custom A/C interior, and much more. So dig into to all the details on one of the coolest customs around.
You're looking at a very distinct pickup, and you can instantly tell there was a ton invested in this one. They took the time and money to make sure the panels were straight so that the glossy black could really highlight all the crisp creases and gentle curves of this C10's design. But what really has you hooked on this one are all the custom pieces. Up front, the billet grille and clear headlights are a bold standout against all the black (including the color-matched bumper.) In the rear, a later model stepside truck bed has been expertly added and a hard tonneau cover put on top to give this even more sleekness. And oh yeah, there are all the performance-oriented pieces, too. There's a steel cowl hood with double power bulges, sport mirrors, and side vents that look like they were borrowed from an Aston Martin. And there's a new set of Ridler wheels with a 17/18 inch front/rear stagger that really give this midnight hero an aggressive stance.
Inside is a terrific mix of performance and comfort upgrades. It starts with a set of bucket seats borrowed from a late model Chevy. It has fold-down armrests, a cup holder center console, and yours even power adjusts to the ideal position. You get an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo system that's wired for satellite radio, and there's also cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. But more than just a coddler, this truck was built to be driven. You know that from the upgrades like the Hurst shifter, Dino steering wheel, and full set of AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges. There's even a Passport radar detector mounted above the rear view mirror in this pickup.
You instantly understand why this truck has such a speedy appearance the moment you open the hood and see the fortified big block power. The build has less than 11,000 miles on it, and so the 454 cubic-inch V8 still has that look of freshness. This was built by Greulich Engine Machining, and it has been upgraded with Edelbrock Pro-Flow 2 fuel injection, a cold air intake, aluminum heads, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and Hedman long tube headers feeding the large 3-inch pipes of the dual exhaust. Plus, you get all the right supporting components, like serpentine belts, fabricated valve covers, and a Ron Davis aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans (it can help keep this running cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping.) And you are in complete control over this powerful big block and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the legendary Muncie M22 "Rock Crusher" four-speed manual transmission. This feeds a strong Ford 9-inch rear with Truetrac limited-slip. Plus, you have power steering, ZR-rated performance tires, and four-wheel disc brakes. So yes, this custom truck has big power and all the right components to let you harness it with ease.
Complete with build receipts, this is the unique and cool big block machine you've been waiting for. So don't let it slip away, call today!
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