Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1984 Chevrolet C10 has an added attitude from the custom paint theme. It has added comfort with the fresh and loaded interior. And there's added power with the new addition of a fuel-injected V8. So really, the only thing left to add on this truck is you.
This truck has a great custom style. The burgundy paint gives it a more modern look, and a hint of metallic has a nice gloss in the sunshine. The deeper tones of the paint go well with the fully coordinated dark side. You have the blackout grille, side mirrors, rear panel, and a full-length racing stripe. The darkness even goes for some functional pieces, like the spray-in bed liner and deeply tinted windows. Plus, the 20-inch MKC wheels add a ton of dark flair while also letting you fit better modern tires. And there are great detail upgrades, like the flush-fitting front bumper, LED headlights, Euro-style taillights, and smooth tailgate and roll pan. So the total impression is a classic truck with a very contemporary style.
The interior is fresh, dark, and premium. The classic bench seat has been upgraded to a plusher unit that has individual bolstering and Chevy's bow tie in the center. There are newer door panels and a dash pad all by TMI. They have a cool red contrast stitching that coordinates with the red trim on the dash for a thoughtful presentation. Not only does this all look premium, but also there's a long list of desirable features that makes it feel premium, too. This includes power windows, power locks, cruise control, an overhead console, a tilt steering column, and provisions for R134a air conditioning (likely just needs a recharge to blow cold again.) Plus, the stereo is an AM/FM/CD with USB and Bluetooth, and that connects to an upgraded subwoofer speaker system.
The black and burgundy look even continues under the hood. Tidy dark inner walls and black Chevrolet valve covers are nice, but what's really impressive is the motor. The engine block, intake, and pan are painted to coordinate with the exterior burgundy. The reason this can be so well done is that the 350 cubic-inch V8 is a fresh build with only about 100 miles on it. A mild cam and the headers make sure this has power and an authoritative rumble. Plus, fuel injection gives it good all-around performance. The three-speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly, and air shocks in the rear give this a nice ride. Power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern sport tires complete a great cruising package.
Complete with the original warranty card, you can tell there as a ton invested in this Chevy. But you don't have to spend a ton to take it home. That's why you know this deal will be moving fast. Don't miss out, call today!
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