614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Someone took a classic 1966 Chevrolet C10 and upgraded it for everything you want. That's why it now has an awesome two-tone, full custom A/C interior, adjustable air ride suspension, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a serious fuel-injected LS power under the hood,
This truck wants to let you know it's a custom machine from the first moment you lay your eyes on it. After all, Chevy was never going to give you a two-tone like this. The blue even has a nice metallic glow to give it extra radiance in the sunlight and coordinate with the silver. And you get a terrific look at it because they expertly deleted the bumpers to give this a smoother and more modern appearance. In fact, as you look at the full paint package, you can see they were thoughtful in the details, like how the crease in the sheetmetal was used as a dividing line for the two-tone, and also how the grille utilizes both the silver and blue. New clear headlights, integrated taillights, and fresh lumber in the truck bed all further the feeling that this is a detail-oriented quality build...and you haven't even seen the engine bay yet.
The thoughtfulness continues with an interior that has a two-tone that mimics the exterior. Plus, it's built for true comfort with a ton of terrific upgrades. It starts with high back leather buckets. These have headrests, armrests, and terrific bolstering for all-day comfort. In-between is a large center console with storage, cup holders, and an aux outlet. The dash retains a classic look, but upon closer inspection, you're going to see more great upgrades. This has an AM/FM/CD stereo with an aux input and a flip-up screen for the backup camera. The color matched custom panel below that has your controls for air conditioning, vents, and the controls for the full air ride suspension. You'll slip behind a banjo-style steering wheel mounted on a new tilt column. And the full set of upgraded AutoMeter gauges gets you ready for something special under the hood.
The engine bay has a modern 5.3-liter Vortec motor, and they expertly integrated this upgrade to make it look like it belonged here since day one. The smooth inner walls, color-matched components, and overall tidy setup will really make you proud to show this off. Of course, they'll have to get you off the road first, because this pickup was made for driving. The fuel-injected motor has aluminum heads, and it makes a terrific tune out of the header-fed X-pipe dual exhaust. So you have a hardy, powerful, and great-sounding package. And not only do you have the adjustable air ride, but also there are terrific driving upgrades, like four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
This is a well-done truck, and we even have $16k in recent receipts to prove they invested in this one correctly. So if you love a total package pickup, call today!
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