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1971
Chevrolet
C10 Pro Street
Stock # 5941-DFW
Engine 496 V8 Supercharged
Transmission 3 Speed Automatic
Color Cinnamon Metallic
Interior Black
Mileage 711 (Since Built)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Tubular A-Arm w/ Coil Spring and Shock
Rear Suspension Type Trailing arm with coil over
Axle Specification 9"
Front Wheel Specification 15" Centerline
Rear Wheel Specification 15" Centerline
Front Brakes Specification Power Disc
Rear Brakes Specification Power Disc
Options
Seatbelts Power Steering Power Seats Power Brakes Four Wheel Disc Brakes Tilt Wheel Leather Seats CD Player Bluetooth Radio AM/FM Radio
Documentation
Build Receipts
Advertised Price
WOW! BUILT SUPERCHARGED 496 BIG BLOCK! TH400 AUTO, PS, PWR DISC BRAKES, HANG ON!

What a nice old pickup... oh, wait a minute, check out the stance. Those slick wheels. The sound of the 496 V8 Supercharger aggressive whine and the blinding shine from that top-dollar paint job. No, this isn't just some old pickup, this is a nasty, vintage Pro Street with equal parts luxury, performance, and horsepower, making for the ideal iron fist in a silk glove. If you follow us, you already know we love these Action Line C10s here at Streetside, but this 1971 Chevrolet C10 Pro Street has had our attention since the first day it busted through our showroom doors. Take a closer look at this beautiful monster...

We're not going to be able to espouse all this C10's virtues in this limited space, but to be sure, this Pro Street C10 really impresses. Trucks like this require a team of pros and a big bank account to build, and it comes packed with the best of everything to make it an off-the-charts performer and a show-stopper in the looks department. With that crouched stance and tubbed rear end, it's a gorgeous American icon that's been adeptly transformed from familiar and vintage into sleek and muscular. The '71 model year C10s are a bit more squared-off than the earlier Action Line ... Please ask for the full description.

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5400 Sandshell Dr, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX, 76137
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Stock #:
5941-DFW
1971 Chevrolet C10 Pro Street
$58,995
SOLD

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1971 Chevrolet C10 Pro Street

$58,995
SOLD
Stock
5941-DFW
Engine Size
496 V8 Supercharged
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Miles
711 (Since Built)
Location
Fort Worth
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Description

WOW! BUILT SUPERCHARGED 496 BIG BLOCK! TH400 AUTO, PS, PWR DISC BRAKES, HANG ON!

What a nice old pickup... oh, wait a minute, check out the stance. Those slick wheels. The sound of the 496 V8 Supercharger aggressive whine and the blinding shine from that top-dollar paint job. No, this isn't just some old pickup, this is a nasty, vintage Pro Street with equal parts luxury, performance, and horsepower, making for the ideal iron fist in a silk glove. If you follow us, you already know we love these Action Line C10s here at Streetside, but this 1971 Chevrolet C10 Pro Street has had our attention since the first day it busted through our showroom doors. Take a closer look at this beautiful monster...

We're not going to be able to espouse all this C10's virtues in this limited space, but to be sure, this Pro Street C10 really impresses. Trucks like this require a team of pros and a big bank account to build, and it comes packed with the best of everything to make it an off-the-charts performer and a show-stopper in the looks department. With that crouched stance and tubbed rear end, it's a gorgeous American icon that's been adeptly transformed from familiar and vintage into sleek and muscular. The '71 model year C10s are a bit more squared-off than the earlier Action Line trucks, and that boxy hood and angular front end blends perfectly with the custom roll pan and smoothed tailgate out back. The 'Bird Catcher' air cleaner poking out of the hood gives away any ambiguity regarding this truck's intentions, and those looking for the rest of the story only need to lift up the black tonneau cover on the bed to expose the massive rear tubs and relocated aluminum gas tank. Beyond the custom pieces that draw the eye, the workmanship is beautifully done, with great execution that's resulted in a laser-straight body, precise gaps, crisp panels, and an excellent overall fit-and-finish that's rarely seen on race-ready C10s. Those high remarks continue to the Cinnamon Metallic paint – a custom job that was finished to driver-quality (if not borderline show) standards and looks amazing atop the vintage livery. It has a deep luster that only a high-impact enamel can have. Sure, it's not a perfect presentation – it was meant to be driven, not exclusively gawked at – but you'd be hard-pressed to find much to complain about. The inside of the bed was finished with black spray-in bedliner for added durability, and a black tonneau cover was neatly installed to shield how the sausage is made. The front bumper was painted to match the rest of the truck for a uniform look, but they didn't completely shy away from chrome, adding a billet grille, bright side mirrors and door handles, and shiny taillight bezels. A frenched-in license plate was imbedded into the roll pan out back, and all the windows were smoked to add to the mystery – further proof that nothing was overlooked in this build.

The customization inside is the ideal complement to the vivid bodywork, and like the exterior, delivers a modern twist on an old favorite. High-back, leather buckets were swapped-in for ultimate comfort and support (the driver's seat is power-actuated), new door cards were added to match, and plush carpets line the floors. Everything's finished in a style closer to a sports car than to what you'd typically see in the cab of a pickup, and that's entirely the point. A reworked dash and custom center console were painted to match the red-hot exterior, and a Grant GT steering wheel atop a tilt column and sporty B&M ratchet shifter are all about the business of driving this truck HARD. With that being said, with only just over 700 miles on the entire build everything still looks new, including the factory gauge bezel full of stock instruments ahead of the driver, the giant tachometer mounted atop the black dash pad, and the auxiliary Bosch gauges cleverly built into the center console that all work together to keep an eye on the upgraded drivetrain that powers this BEAST. A 4-point roll cage was welded into the cabin to stiffen the body and help protect the passengers, and while you're busy white-knuckling it down the street be sure to crank the Alpine head unit all the way up to hear those Polk speakers really thump.

With a recently built 496 Supercharged V8, this monster is ready to leave wide contact patches all over your town's pretty asphalt. Topped with a Littlefield Blowers polished supercharger, aluminum heads, dual Holley 4-barrel carburetors, and long-tube headers all working together to provide the relatively lightweight truck with unreal power and torque, it's probably the fastest C10 we've ever driven. The sound is deafening with the hammer down, but in the best way possible, especially when you hear that familiar whine from the blower and throaty cackle from the custom Magnaflow dual exhaust system that turns down well before the rear pumpkin. The engine bay is a thing of beauty, show-worthy with a beautifully painted firewall and inner fenders, polished accessories everywhere you look, and the block itself was dressed in polished aluminum valve covers and that shiny "Bird Catcher". A built TH400 automatic augmented handles the power with ease, and it spins that narrowed 9" rear end filled with 4.56 gears. Heavy-duty CPP A-arms, shocks/coils, and power steering keep the front suspension tight, power 4-wheel discs provide excellent stopping power, and coilovers and giant trailing arms control the trucks lively back end. Black Centerline wheels look perfect for this Pro Street, wrapped in 235/60/15 Coopers up front and 31x18.5/15 Hoosier meats in the rear.

Barely broken-in and ready to dominate, this wild C10 only needs one thing: a new owner. Call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Seats
  • Power Brakes
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Leather Seats
  • CD Player
  • Bluetooth Radio
  • AM/FM Radio
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Documentation

  • Build Receipts
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Cinnamon Metallic
Interior Color
Black
Transmission Spec
TH400
Rear End
9"
Front Suspension
Tubular A-Arm w/ Coil Spring and Shock
Rear Suspension
Trailing arm with coil over
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Disc
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