800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You can instantly tell this 1973 Chevrolet C10 Custom is far from stock. This pickup has been thoroughly customized inside and out to be a heck of a lot of fun. So from the extra meaty rear tires, to the air ride suspension, to the growling exhaust, and the powerful V8, you know you're looking at a great muscle truck value.
This truck instantly makes a statement in a very cool way. The full teal treatment definitely makes this pickup stand out in a crowd. As people get closer, it's clear there's a good amount of time invested in making the whole truck looking clean. You can see it up front with the painted bumper and billet grille that gives the blocky Chevy some sleek looks. Speaking of sleek, the cowl hood has a smooth rise against this glossy paint to deliver a nice performed impression. The crisp bodywork means the sides are also smooth. But people might be really paying more attention to the polished Weld Racing wheels that show how wide the rear ones are. And for those who pick up on that aggressive detail, the custom bed that's tubbed is a dead giveaway to this truck's added performance.
Inside the teal continues on the metal pieces, and it nicely coordinates with the factory-style green on the door panels and dash pad. You even get the classic Chevy cup holder center console. But now it's flanked by to modern bucket seats that have large headrests and comfy bolstering. You get the classic Chevy dual-spoke steering wheel and a classic dash with factory gauges. But you'll also notice all the right upgrades surrounding it, like the retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo, large AutoMeter tach w/shift light, and full controls for the Ride Tech air ride suspension. It's a clean total setup that's just another reminder of the thoughtfulness of the work that has gone into this truck.
Under the hood is a clean-looking Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock aluminum intake. And it exhales with authority as Hedman headers add power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. But whenever you really want to bring the thunder, just engage the electric cutoffs so they can fear you just by the ferocious sound. You already know that you can control the ride height from the cab, but you need to look at the undercarriage photos to appreciate the full suspension investment. You have reinforced tubular A-arms up front, and in the rear, you have ladder bars w/diagonal link. A 12-bolt rear and wide Mickey Thomason Sportsman tires bring the power to the pavement, and front disc brakes do a terrific job of stopping. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission and power steering, and this is the performance pickup that's easy to also use for a Sunday Funday.
Bold looks, bold power, and all the right investments deliver the classic truck you've always wanted. So don't let it slip away. Call now!
MORE FROM THIS SELLER
RUSTY RIDES GALLERYView All
OLDRIDE ANSWERSView All
- I need to buy a 5 lug 17in. artillery wheel
- How do I get my avatar uploaded?
- Has anyone bought a car off of Harwell motors in Texas?
- My first car was Plymouth Fury. What was yours?
- What do you think was the ugliest classic car ever designed?
- We have inherited a field of 26 classic vehicles ranging from 40ish Cadillacs to 60ish Chevs- help!!
- chevy belair has a miss, running rough
- Is there a market for a 1959 Ford Escort 2dr station wagon
- 1964 chevy bel air v6 4 door