Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1976 Chevrolet C10 Stepside has the chop-top profile of a true sport truck. And while the full custom exterior is worth the asking price alone, this also has plenty more substance to it. So look over the upgraded A/C interior V8 power, and more to show one unique machine that's also the total package.
You're looking at a very custom pickup, and you can instantly tell there was a ton invested in this one. The vivid red paint is an attention-getter as it set the tone for some very sporty styling. We all instantly notice the inches chopped out of the cab that makes this look like it wants to cheat the wind. And this aerodynamic feeling continues on the lowered stance, shaved trim (w/deleted door handles), taillights embedded in the rear bumper, and louvered tailgate. Plus, the tinted headlight covers and cowl hood gives this one a nice and powerful face. There's added flair from the custom grille, chrome front bumper, and polished Ridler wheels. But the most stylish shine might just be in the truck bed. The real wood on the floor has a glossy red stain and some terrific embedded flames, and it's all held in by diamond plate slats.
The moment you open the door, you can see there was a nice investment in comfort and style. The bench is gone, and replaced with TMI leather buckets with matching center console and cup holders. These seats are black with red stitching, and that sets up a two-tone color theme intertwined on the dash, door panels, and floor. There's even hexagonal perforated aluminum sheets throughout the interior that coordinate with the exterior grille. And more than just a thoughtful setup, it was done with the best comfort features, too. This includes cold blowing R-134A air conditioning, power windows, and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input and Bluetooth. This generation of Chevy truck has a dash that wraps around the driver. That sporty feeling is amplified with a wood-rimmed steering wheel on tilt steering column and a dash full of upgraded white-faced gauges.
When you open the hood, you'll love how the bold red block radiates from within the dark engine bay. And this 350 cubic-inch V8 radiates with extra power, too, thanks to a Brawler four-barrel carburetor and Weiand intake. It even has good supporting pieces, like steel braided hoses and Mickey Thompson finned valve covers. It's a nice driver with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of modern sport tires.
This is a fully-built custom pickup that's easy to live with every day. Who knew standing out in all the best ways could be within budget? Call today!!!
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