614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Here's a fresh build of a classic truck with slick paint, an upgraded A/C interior, and a serious 4x4 attitude. And it's all backed up by a performance-built fuel-injected V8 with over $10k in engine build receipts. So this 1969 Chevrolet K20 Cheyenne Super is exactly the right machine for work, play, and everything in-between.
That modern black respray does this truck right. It has a clearcoat luster that helps with the intimidation factor. Plus, it gives a nice definition to the well-done sheetmetal on this cool-looking short bed classic. And this is well-detailed with the vintage/premium full-length wood-like trim. It's all done with a freshness that really shows off a build that was completed within the last couple of years and has less than 1k miles on it. That's why there's an appeal here that goes well beyond the tough 4x4 prowess. There's also utility within this shine. For example, those 20-inch 8-lug polished alloys allow for beefier tires. And not only does that front end have a clean brilliance, but behind the grille is a full LED light bar so that you can turn night into day. There's a proper trailer hitch on the rear, a soft lifting tonneau cover, and bed with liner paint on the walls and hardwood on the floor. So you see this classic is the perfect mix of beauty, brawn, and true usefulness.
The interior shows off more of a custom pickup and a fresh build. The tan looks tasteful against the exterior black, and it shows off upgrades like the seating. It's borrowed from a late-model Chevy, and that means upgrades like shoulder belts, a seat/center console, and the kind of bolstering that keeps you all-day comfy. Yours even power adjusts. There are more great modern features, like cruise control, cup holders, and an AM/FM/CD/DVD stereo w/Bluetooth. The rear sliding glass window gives you classic pickup breezes, and whenever that's not enough, there's also R134a air conditioning. The driver's seat is an upgraded command position with a Grant sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a Lokar floor shifter, and a full set of upgraded digital gauges.
A big truck needs a big powerhouse. That's why this build started with a modern 6.0-liter fuel-injected Vortec motor. We have a large receipt file and a large digital picture file documenting a big investment in upgrading this motor. It includes being bored .030 over, a new crankshaft, a FAST 102mm throttle body, a Holley high ram intake, and ceramic-coated Hooker headers. Plus, you have other great supporting components like a new water pump, new belts, steel braided fuel lines, and an aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans. The 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission is stout enough to handle the enhanced V8, and it's also smooth enough for overdrive cruising. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case, huge suspension lift, Bilstein 5100-series shocks, full floating rear axle, 14-bolt rear, and Cooper Discoverer STT tires are an awesomely strong package for off-roading. But the power steering, hydro-boost power brakes, and four-wheel discs are also welcomed when you're on the pavement.
This Chevy 4x4 has been given all the right investments to be the truck you've always wanted. And since this fresh build is ready right now, all you need to call today!
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