Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta
1750 Enterprise Way, Suite 109
We could tell you this 1970 Chevrolet C10 is a mean machine full custom build with less than 500 miles on it, but your eyes already told you that with its first impression. So, look over all the details where there were big investments in the wheels, tech, EFI 383 stroker V8, and more to make sure these lives up to its full mean-as-midnight appearance.
When your paint is as slick as this one, you don't need chrome. The front bumper was done in black, and a grille is even blacked out and the headlights have been updated to a LED with a black housing. All the trim was expertly deleted along the sides. It's all part of a very thoughtful and fresh build. The side exit exhaust and custom wood bed are just the right touch for this bad to the bone C10.
If the exterior didn't already tell you this one wasn't for the faint of heart, the Resto-Mod interior will certainly get the message through. A large high-tech display, B&M floor shifter, and custom red interior will make every journey feel like you're in a modern vehicle. The aluminum racing wheel with thick center pad and power steering is both stylish and race-ready. Plus, your gauge package has been upgraded to a full set of digital readouts. The late-model high-back bucket seat provides superior bolstering, and there's a passenger seat in case you want to bring someone along for the fun.
Under the hood is truly a dark heart of power. The black inner walls of the engine bay leads you to a black block with black Chevrolet valve covers and a red open air topper. This motor is a 383 cubic-inch stroke V8 built with a big cam set for high compression. It includes an aluminum intake, and topped with a Holley Sniper EFI paired with a Holley EFI distributor to keep this 383-stroker tune for max efficacy. It's also supported by the right stout equipment, like a new alternator, new water pump, Earl's braided fuel lines, and an aluminum radiator with two electric fans. The headers add extra power while also feeding the thundering sound of the side exiting pipes. The automatic transmission with the B&M slap shifter puts you in firm control of all the action, and that feeds an upgraded 12-bolt rear end. You've got fresh bushings, a thick front sway bar, power front disc brakes, and a trailing arm rear suspension with CPP upgrades. So, this is big power with the right equipment to handle it.
This fresh build is pure intimidation. You know you can't let something this cool and unique slip away. Call now!
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday - 9-3pm (Appointment Only After 3pm)
Sunday - Closed
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