800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1971 Chevrolet C10 is a sleek, powerful, fresh, and detailed build. They took the time on this to give you all the right pieces, like a custom leather-lined A/C interior, vibrant paint, an overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a powerful stroker V8. So you know this is one thoughtful custom creation.
The bold yellow consumes this whole truck (just look at the undercarriage photos.) It instantly conveys this one is something special. And they took their time with the custom details. For example, the badging was expertly deleted and the tailgate was smoothed so nothing gets in the way of seeing the well-creased sheet metal. And the custom stripe package even has hand-laid pinstripe borders. The earlier C10 front end, smooth roll pan, and extra glossy lumber in the truck bed are great ways to subtly upgrade the vintage style. But this one also is quite upfront about its speedy nature. That's why you have the cowl hood, large dual exhaust tips, and a suspension that's lowered in the front and has extra wide rear rubber for an awesome stance.
Open the door to a fresh and thoughtfully done custom interior. It's well-coordinated with a tan that looks good against the exterior paint. We especially like the two-tone on the custom leather seating with bold yellow piping. The bucket seat with middle jump seat means you get individual comfort while still getting to carry two passengers whenever you want. And speaking of comfort, you have all the right features you want on a truck like this, including power windows, a retro-style AM/FM stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The sports steering wheel is on a polished tilt column. And that gives you a clear view of the AutoMeter Carbon Fiber readouts with large speedo and tach so you can be fully informed about what's going on under the hood.
The engine bay shows you even more of the thought and care that went into this build. After all, not only are the inner fenders and firewall smooth and color-matched, so are details like the brake booster. And yes, even the block is a matching yellow! Plus, with all that crisp shine and tidy presentation, it reminds you of how fresh the whole truck is. More than just award-worthy, you're going to like this Chevy for its power. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is said to have been built into a 383ci stroker V8. It has an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor w/electric choke, an upgraded polished intake, and long tube headers feeding the sweet-sounding H-pipe dual exhaust. This one was built to keep you comfortable in all situations. That's why the transmission is a four-speed automatic w/highway-friendly overdrive. There's an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep this one running cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping. Plus, the power steering, grippy sport tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes are great for modern driving. Not only is the undercarriage color-matched, but also the suspension looks refreshed, so it has a smooth and tight ride.
This is the full build that was thoughtfully made to enjoy near or far. So you need to get your hands on this fresh custom today. Call now!
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