Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1968 Chevrolet C10 4x4 combines beefy look, serious big block V8 power, four-on-the-floor, cold A/C, and a ton of investments all-around for a terrifically restored and upgraded pickup. So if you're looking for style, versatility, and attitude, this is the classic pickup for you.
Marina Blue is the bright color that looks especially good on this restored truck. It has a gloss and shine that shows off an investment in a quality respray and draws added attention to the good sheetmetal. We also love this color for its connection to GM's muscle cars, but while this truck also has big block power, it delivers its intimidation factor in a different way. The tall stance with 3-inch body lift, big mud flaps, large tow mirrors, and long bed prowess give this the kind of prowess that lets it own any road, trail, or surface those meaty tires touch. And while the bumpers, trim, and wheels all have a bright and attractive shine, we bet the real attention grabber are those bold red tow hooks in front.
The blue theme continues inside as this pickup gives you the right mix of vintage and new. The restoration removed the glass before painting, and then reinstalled it with new door seals, glass seals, and window felts. Pieces like the rubber floor mat and velour cloth upholstery are new, and the dash and door panels are in great shape, too. There are nice vintage pieces, like the three-spoke steering wheel, factory gauges, and the Delco AM radio that's there for display. And while you may spot the control for factory air conditioning, it's now blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.
Filling the engine bay is a tidy 454 cubic-inch V8 big block. It has been rebuilt with mild RV cam, new lifters, valves, seals, and springs. The consignor states the motor has less than 3k miles since completed. It has been further enhanced with features like a Holley 750 four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, and long tube headers. This gives your Chevy a pickup more muscle on the streets and a nice rumble out of the dual exhaust. You have full control over this big block power and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And speaking of the transmission, true 4x4 fans will love that this is a proper low/granny first. Combined with the New Process two-speed transfer case, lifted stance, and BF Goodrich All-Terrain KO tires to let you really get you out of the muck. But as you look at the undercarriage photos, you see a fresh presentation that looks like this one hasn't had a hard day since its restoration. And the power steering, power brakes, front discs means this one can be easily enjoyed even if it never leaves the pavement again.
The VIN tells us a truck like this may have been born a C10, but stout components and terrific upgrades (including the 4x4 and 8-lug wheels) make this more like a K10 or K20. No matter what the designation, you already know this restored Chevy falls under only one real classification: awesome. Call today!!!
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