4610 Pet Lane
A super-slick exterior, comfy custom interior, full suspension upgrades, and huge turbocharged V8 powerhouse make this 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pro Street one mean and green custom build.
We all can instantly see there was a serious investment in the paint on this pickup. The Lime Green Metallic paint covers every inch of the truck's sheetmetal, including the front bumper, side mirrors, and door handles. It has the unmistakable shine of a professional clearcoat, and plenty of it. This has a GMC front end, but what you'll really notice is how the grilles are now a bright billet looking particularly nice with the billet wheels. And more than just look great, features like the power dome hood, lowered suspension, and ultra-wide rear tires tell the world this S-10 means business.
Inside are all the benefits of a nice extended cab S-10 with some cool upgrades added. This includes comfortable velour split-bunch with a fold-down armrest that creates the individual comfort of buckets. There's even still a jump seat in the rear for an occasional extra passenger. There are also nice comfort features like modern R134a air conditioning, power steering, and a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo with touchscreen interface. And the full green graphics package around the dash and accenting the interior is a great visual connection to the exterior. But what's going to impress you the most is the race-ready substance. Your gauges have been replaced by a Holley EFI digital display. This is supplemented by important temp readouts on the A-pillar. Plus, that TCI Outlaw shifter is a quarter-mile king. There's even a USB port to directly link your laptop for tuning the motor.
When you open the hood, the slam panel is finished in a money graphic just to remind you of the big investment here. The engine bay is ready to show off with it smooth green firewall and a graphics package that matches the interior. But this one also instantly conveys that there is substance beyond the style. You recognize it with that turbocharger sitting boldly off to the side as the pipe force feeds the mighty V8. The 5.3-liter Vortec is built to handle this power. It has Holley EFI fuel delivery system, 417 Motorsports high rise intake, Wiseco pistons, Eagle H-beam rods, Bullet Racing cam, Comp Cams dual roller chain, roller rockers, Merriel hydraulic lifter, Melling HD oil pump, Moroso aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and more (call for the full detail list.) This connects to a reinforced 4L80E four-speed transmission that also features a FTI 4000 RPM torque converter. It feeds a strong rear end with 1350 yoke and 35 spline axles. As you can see from the tubbed rear, there's room for massive 18-inch tires to grip the road. You also have a four-link rear with diagonal bar and adjustable coilovers to keep this firmly planted. Plus, the fully upgraded front end, lowered suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes truly make this a custom that's ready for the street or strip.
This is a total quality build (even the undercarriage is color-matched.) So if you're looking for huge power with true showmanship, don't let this custom pickup slip away. Call today!!!
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