614 E. Auto Center Dr.
When a truck looks this bold, has V8 power, and plenty of custom touches, you know you have to dig into all the details on this 1967 Chevrolet C10.
Grabber blue is an iconic color, but since it's a Ford hue, we don't see them too often here. That means a bold color that you're likely not going to see on another bow tie out there. And this one earns the extra attention it's going to receive, because they took the time to give this a very custom look. The color-matched front end, color-matched mirrors, clear taillights, flush rear roll pan, smooth tailgate, and 17-inch Boyd Coddington alloys all give this a modern appeal. But they also kept a classic look thanks to all the custom pinstriping. There's even color-matched liner paint in the bed so you won't harm this looker if you want it to do some real truck work, too.
The custom attitude continues inside. Those modern leather bucket seats are borrowed from a Mustang, and so it's a nice nod to the Ford exterior color. And just like the exterior, all the custom pieces have been nicely integrated, like the center console, door panels, and sports steering wheel. Plus, there are some nice added comforts like power windows and an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input.
Under the hood, the smooth and dark inner fenders funnel your attention to the bright V8 in the middle. It's a 350 cubic-inch motor that inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor and aluminum intake. They invested nicely in the engine bay to keep this one running right, including an electronic ignition and an aluminum radiator. Plus, this truck feels good on the road thanks to the upgraded 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. There's more great driver features, like a new power steering pump, CPP master cylinder for the power brakes (discs in front,) and the C10's desirable trailing arm rear suspension.
So this is the custom classic truck that looks bold and is made to be comfortable on the road. It makes for an irresistible package that you know you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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