Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Fresh slick paint, upgraded V8 power, overdrive transmission, a custom A/C interior, and an attention to detail make this 1964 Chevrolet C10 Restomod a standout total pickup.
This truck was restored to really highlight the best of what Chevy was doing in '64. After all, this generation C10 has that crease in the sheetmetal that wraps around the front and continues all the way down the sides. It's like they scooped out a horseshoe from the design. It's a daring look for pickups, and the modern blue paint highlights these curves beautifully. In fact, the Blue Pearl is a modern application laid down about three months ago. And since it goes on modern vehicles, they gave this truck a modern look with the painted front bumper and flush rear roll pan. The Graphite Gray was added at the same time to the roof and grille. And those 18-inch Ridler wheels seem to coordinate both with the gray and this truck's modern flair, so it really looks like a thoughtful total package. But even with all these updates and upgrades, they still didn't forget to invest in the classic style where it counts. You see it in places like the new red oak lumber laid down on the bed floor.
The interior continues this nicely restored feeling. They took the time to make sure this has a nice vintage pickup attitude. You see it on the fresh two-tone bench seat, classic door panels, and factory gauges w/tach. But the attention to detail means the right work and upgrades to make sure this is a practical pickup. The doors shut solid and the weather stripping around the whole cab is fresh, so it has a well-done feeling. Plus, you have the right comfort upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. Your left hand will love the upgraded wood-rimmed steering wheel, and your right one will love resting on the Lokar shifter. Plus, the auxiliary gauge trio is a hint that you'll also love what's under the hood.
The engine bay reveals more of the all-round solid investment in this truck's restoration. The dark and tidy inner walls funnel all your attention to the powerhouse in the middle. And that's for a good reason. The suffix code on this 350 cubic-inch V8 decodes to a police interceptor engine, so it's a story you'll love to tell. Of course, its cop days are long gone and replaced with extra style on the bold block, shining ribbed valve covers, and matching air topper. Plus, it has been upgraded with an Edelbrock 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, and long tube headers that feed a dual exhaust with plenty of bass. It also has the right supporting components, like an electric choke, HEI ignition, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. It's the kind of truck that fires up readily and is ready for a road trip. That's why you also have a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive. They paid attention to the suspension during the restoration, so it feels tight on the road. And it's a great all-around driver with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a lowered ride on modern performance tires.
Complete with restoration photos, this is a detailed build with all the right upgrades and even a story to tell. It's the kind of all-around cool package we all want, but there's only one up for grabs, so call today!
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