Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
The bold custom graphics immediately get this 1982 Chevrolet C10 noticed. And as people get a closer look, they\'ll notice the massive rear tires, a low stance from the upgraded suspension, and the wicked growl of a well-built 502ci big block. It makes for an impressive Pro Street machine that you get to enjoy from the comfort of a custom interior.
This truck makes a standout in the best ways. The bodywork includes all the right investments in sleekness, including shaving the door handles, deleting body trim, integrating the front bumper, and a flush rear roll pan with integrated Corvette-style tail lights. So you have a very clean canvas for all the custom artwork. The bold shade of yellow is a perfect attention-grabber that will give instant presence even at midnight. It also has a deep gloss that makes a terrific background to lay down the painted comprehensive multicolored graphics package on every panel. Blue, purple, and orange are intertwined and airbrush faded to show off the checkered flag graphics underneath. The full package is impressive to see from blocks away, and even more impressive on how smooth it is for the few people that get to touch it. The bed has a nice classic style with glossy wood on the floor, but with the fuel cell, battery boxes, and tubbed wheel wells, even this vintage piece has plenty of attitude. Add in the large side exhaust tips, billet grille, Corvette-style tail lights, and Boyds wheels, and this Chevy is aggressive and smooth, right down to the last detail.
You just know everyone loves the look of taking out a key fob and popping open the doors. And this is also your gateway to a custom and comfy interior. A touch of yellow returns inside on the lower dash, but the main color theme is about a tasteful gray. The door panels, dash, carpeting, and plush velour seat all coordinate. There are thoughtful details like the newer aluminum dash trim and a fully upgraded speaker setup, including a custom subwoofer box behind the seat (the stereo head will need servicing.) Plus, we like the driver-oriented style. You have an upgraded Boyds steering wheel on a tilt column, auxiliary readouts, and a SunPro tach prominently mounted on the column.
The engine bay likes to impress. Smooth inner walls, bright components, and an overall tidy setup make it ready to showcase big block power. This 502 cubic-inch V8 is already a force to be reckoned with, but this turns it up a few notches with added power components. It inhales deeply with a Proform four-barrel carburetor, and Hooker long tube headers let this exhale with added power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. The TH400 three-speed transmission is a stout unit built to handle big power, and it also has smooth automatic shifts for anytime use. After all, there\'s power steering and front disc brakes to give this a proper cruiser feeling when you want it. But any time you feel like owning the blacktop, there\'s the upgraded rear end with a four-link suspension with a diagonal link, adjustable coilovers, and ultra-wide Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires. They all help make sure you get all that big block power to the pavement.
This build looks sleek, feels solid, and has serious power. So if you want a pro street truck that\'s built for the bold, call today!
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