800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1984 Chevrolet S-10 strikes a nice balance between comfortable restomod and powerful pro street machine. It provides you with a performance-built V8, four-wheel disc brakes, pearl flames in the paint, an upgraded A/C interior, and more, so it offers everything you want in a custom speed machine...including a value price.
The white paint makes for a bright way to glow day or night, so this one likes to attract attention. And with the bumper and sport mirrors done to match, it has a very contemporary look. But what will really get people talking is when the light catches the pearlescent finish of the ghost flames laid on top of the front. The flush-fitting tonneau cover, upgraded taillight, and integrated roll pan really add to the sporty style. While you see some cool Hot Wheels badging on the sides and tailgate, it really earns those with the special shining 17-inch alloys done to look like your favorite carpet racer.
The first thing that you notice when you open the door are the seats. Not only are these conformable buckets, but also they are finished in a white that loves to glow in this dark interior. Plus, they have an awesome pattern with the Chevy bow tie in the bottom cushions and cool flames in the seatbacks. There are nice comfort features, like an AM/FM/CD stereo and cold-blowing air conditioning, but what you really notice is how this pickup wants to get down to speedy business. You have a Grant sports steering wheel on a tilt column, nice gauges with large speedo and tach, additional auxiliary readouts, and a Cheetah ratchet shifter.
You can instantly spot the upgrade in the engine bay, because these lightweight S-10s never got a V8 option from the factory. This is a 358 cubic-inch V8 (yes, just like NASCAR has) that the consignor states this was built by Fulton Competition Race Engines. It has all the right performance pieces, like aluminum heads, a four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust. The three-speed automatic transmission has a TCI stall converter to keep you in the ideal powerband, and that feeds a stout Ford rear end. Plus, features like four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, and grippy Hankook Ventus Evo V12 tires, this is an all-around great driving pickup.
This Chevy earns its Hot Wheel nickname not only for its graphics, but also because it's the kind of true speedy custom you've been dreaming about since you were a kid. So don't miss this deal. Call now!
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