SLICK BODY, 454 V8, TH350 AUTO, FRONT PWR DISCS, PWR STEER, CUST LEATHER INT, A+
There's an awful lot to love in this 1968 Chevrolet C10 pickup. Great color combination, big block power, perfect stance, and a great leather-lined interior that really pops against the black paint. If you've been searching for a do-it-all weekend warrior, this truck should be your leading candidate.
It's safe to say that these trucks are insanely popular. They never last long on the showroom floor, and you've probably started noticing the larger crowds gathering around these second generation C10s at your local car shows. Now is the time to get to the head of the pack by arriving in the meanest-looking one around. This C10 is aggressive with its all black paint that consumes everything from the custom cowl induction hood, to the smoked rear taillights that seem to melt into the bodywork. The other part about painting this pickup black means there that no shortcuts were taken in the build. There are a few bright spots of chrome that highlight the custom areas of the truck, such as the grille and the Coys five-spoke alloy wheels. Possibly one of the best features is the one most don't get to see. Beneath the vinyl bed cover are the mini-tubbed rear wheel wells that are a dead giveaway that this pickup was built to hookup with the pavement.
The custom red interior is leather, not vinyl, and that makes a big difference when you climb inside. The original bench is gone, replaced by a nice bucket seat setup that allows for a custom center console, with the perfect place to rest your elbows and a cool drink. Everything looks exceptionally fresh and new, from the carpets, to the door panels, to the headliner. It's all especially nice when bathed in this interior's custom blue LED lighting system. This pickup has left any worklife long ago, and is now a true driver's machine. There is a three-spoke Grant sport steering wheel. In between the heat/defrost controls is an auxiliary gauge pack, and below that is a large integrated tachometer. It's these kinds of engine-oriented features that tell you the AM/FM/CD stereo isn't going to come close to rivaling the exhaust note for the pickup's best music.
Pop the hood, and once you get over all that amazing brightwork, you'll realize you're staring down one monster motor. It's a 454 cubic-inch big-block V8. It's upgraded with components such as a performance air cleaner, Holley four-barrel carburetor, and Edelbrock intake. Long-tube headers and a throaty Flowmaster exhaust system sound awesome with the tips right behind the rear wheels. A TH350 three-speed automatic transmission shifts without hesitation the moment your foot hits the carpet, and the 12-bolt rear end means that durability won't be an issue. These Chevys are sought after for their smooth-riding trailing arm rear suspension. Combine this with power steering, front disc brakes, and modern low-profile tires, and this street eating truck is also a gorgeous, comfortable Sunday driver.
This is one of those few well-built trucks that has the plenty of motor to back up its aggressive appearance. You can choose to be the intimidator at the car show, or just watch as traffic parts for this beast during your the morning commute. Dont miss out, call today!!
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