800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is the kind of truck to get excited about. This 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup has a cool look, plenty of extras, and oh yeah, a performance-built V8 that's supercharged AND has a nitrous oxide system. So this is putting some serious muscle on the street.
While the motor already has you hooked, take a moment to look at all the other ways this truck impresses. The bright white paint and straight sheet metal are a great canvas for the custom bold red and black graphics running the full length of the truck and on the tailgate. It's even on top of the hard tonneau cover! And the details are nice, too, with upgraded headlights, side exhaust tips, blue-dot taillights, and all the bright work from the deep-dish Rally wheels to the billet grille.
Inside are more great upgrades. It starts with cloth seating that's far more comfortable than what you got in the '70s. There are a set of plush buckets with an armrest/cup holder center console. And this folds up if you need to carry a third person in a pinch. Plus, there's an AM/FM/cassette stereo with digital tuner. But your real favorite upgrades are the ones that give you the extra tingle of performance. Upgrades like the Grant sports steering wheel on a chrome tilt column, and the full digital gauge trio form-fitted to the dash let you know there's something special under the hood.
You already know there's plenty of power under the hood, but the builder made sure everyone was going to want to see it, too. That's thanks to all that extra bright work in this very tidy setup. This V8 was built by Joey Brooks Racing, so it was made to handle the extra go-fast goodies. Most people would love to just hear about the Weber four-barrel carburetor, but really, it's the Weiand supercharger that's like a big bright beacon calling others to take a look at this pickup. And when that's not enough for you, the nitrous bottle mounted in the covered truck bed can deliver that extra hit of power that will blow everyone's doors off. Oh yeah, this is a full package estimated to produce over 500 horsepower! On the road, it's your choice to keep this one mild or wild, because the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission is smooth and comfortable when you want it, and it's stout enough to take on the supercharged power at a moment's notice. Plus, you have power steering, power brakes, and the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension.
If you can't decide between the ultimate muscle machine and a great vintage truck, this supercharged Chevy gives you both. When something this unique is also quite obtainable, you know you have to act quickly to take it home. Call now!
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