4610 Pet Lane
This 1967 Chevrolet C10 454 Restomod is going to impress you with its bold paint, cool stance, custom A/C interior, and plenty of big block V8 power. So take some time to check out everything this fully enhanced machine offers. But don't linger too long, because with such an obtainable price, this truck will be hauling out soon.
This one strikes a nice attitude that it's ready for a little bit of work and a ton of play. After all, Chevy's legendary Hugger Orange paint is something we love on muscle cars, and so it sets the tone nicely for this custom truck. And you can tell this was a professional application from the excellent gloss and shine. Of course, we cannot talk about shine without mentioning the brightwork. You see it on the chrome front bumper, grille inserts, headlight bezels, and surrounding the modern 20-inch US Mag wheels. And while the wheels give this a modern aggression, it's not the only modern-day upgrade. They expertly integrated the sleeker setpside bed from a later-model Chevy truck to really upgrade the sporty look. Add in a front air dam and aerodynamic tonneau, and this is like no other C10 we've seen before!
Inside is a custom setup nicely mixed for performance and comfort. The bright orange paint on the exterior returns on the metal pieces like door tops and dash. And the gray on the dash pad and steering wheel coordinate with the door panels and seat. Speaking of the seat, this is another upgrade from a later-model Chevy. It's a plush cloth with bucket-like comfort. And anytime you need to sit a third person, the center armrest folds up for the jump seat. This is a thoughtful full setup that does a good job of keeping classic elements, like the gauge package and heater controls. And then it nicely integrates upgrades like the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette and cold-blowing air conditioning. Plus, the sport steering wheel on the tilt column, auxiliary readouts, and B&M lock-up control all indicate you're going to like the upgrade under the hood.
The engine bay is filled with big block power. This ultra-clean and ultra-tidy setup really lets you know you're looking at a fresh 454 cubic-inch crate V8. More than just a massive displacement, this has been upgraded further with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Assault Racing intake, and headers feeding the sweet rumble of the dual exhaust. And everything from the crisp hoses to the Champion aluminum radiator w/electric fans really lets you know they built this with quality in mind. More than just powerful, this is meant to be a truck you can enjoy. So the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is a nice balance of stout construction and overdrive comfort. And these C10s are famous for their more comfortable trailing arm rear suspension. Add in power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern ZR-rated tires, and this is quite the capable total package.
Complete with owner's manual, you know this is the fast, fun, and unique truck you need to get your hands on right now. Don't delay, call today!
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