614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1982 Chevrolet C10 is far from stock, but you already knew that from the first impression. But beyond the bold paint and shiny wheels is a comfortable custom A/C interior and serious big block power. So you really get to have it all in this sleek classic pickup.
We sell plenty of tough C10s at Streetside (and you can still find a few right now,) but this one goes in a bit of a different direction. The moment you lay eyes on the super-slick metallic blue paint applied to the crisp sheetmetal, you know this one was built to really show off. This is a full frame-off restoration that was completed in 2017 and less than 500 miles has been put on it since that's why it looks so fresh. The power bulge cowl hood, mirror-like bumpers, and 15-inch polished Centerline wheels are all part of this showman's package. Plus, as you get closer, there are a ton of great details, like the shaved door handles, crystal clear headlights, euro-style taillights, and the custom tailgate with a cool take on the Chevy bow tie.
Pop the remote door openers to reveal a tan interior that takes the classic layout and gives it a clean and modern look. The two-tone tan bench has nice textured inserts for where you sit. Plus, there are great modern upgrades like an AM/FM digital tuner with iPod hookup and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. There's a terrific-looking wood and chrome sports steering wheel on a tilt column. And beyond that, the full set of AutoMeter Cobalt gauges in the custom panel are a clean indicator that you're going to like what's in the engine bay.
When you lift the hood, you're going to see what everyone wants in a classic pickup big block power. There's the exterior metallic paint on the smooth walls and the only pieces to outshine that are all the polished components on the motor. So you know you'll want to show this one off. But more than just style, you're looking at a ton of substance, too. The 454 cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded with a Demon 750 four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD ignition, braided steel lines, billet pulleys, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans to keep it all running cool. The shorty headers add even more power as they contribute to the thunder of the dual exhaust. This has a stout 12-bolt rear end, ladder bars (with diagonal link), and a tubbed rear for extra wide tires so it knows how to get all the power to the pavement. And while this is a true street-eating pickup, there's another side to this build. It's also a fantastic cruiser with easy driving features like power steering, front disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
Complete with build receipts, this is a mean machine with a great presence and the right features for you to show this one off everywhere. So don't let this awesome Chevy truck slip away, call today!
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