213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Pinstriping, V8 power, and all the right cool details make this 1966 GMC C10 a true rat rod street machine patina custom.
When it comes to cool patina, this one gets the look just right. The panels have a well-aged look that is genuinely worn-in by time. And while it might seem like any old farm truck can get this kind of impression, it also needs to get the details correct. There's symmetry in the way both front fenders were replaced with primer black panels. They both have the Moon eyes logo with added custom pinstriping. And speaking of the pinstriping, it's a true full custom package on the hood, cab, and bed. It's a dual color red and white that are quite nicely matched by the red steelies with wide and bright whitewalls. There's even classic two-piece wheel covers to draw extra attention to this classic addition.
Inside is pure rat rod cool. There's plenty of details to point out, like the Impala steering wheel, classic blanket seat cover, and Pabst Blue Ribbon tap handle for a shifter. Of course, there's plenty of custom pinstriping throughout, too. And while these are supposed give you a very basic impression, you'll also notice that the gauge package is quite well-done with readouts for the battery, oil pressure, and tach.
Under the hood, the pinstriping on the air intake signals they really paid attention to this whole unique build. And under it is a healthy 327 cubic-inch V8. It has been upgraded with a Demon four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and performance camshaft. This is even supported by a newer radiator, clean hoses, excellent belts, and an electronic ignition coil. It makes for quite a strong and eager power package. There's even a three-speed automatic transmission and upgraded power brakes with discs up front to keep this patina pickup an easy cruiser.
When you understand how cool this GMC is, then you also understand how great a deal it is. Call today!!!
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