C10 Custom Deluxe
The C10 has become incredibly popular in recent years. With most of the attention being paid to the 1967-72 models, the older versions have reaped the benefit by becoming more of a cult classic. The front ends are tough looking and you can stuff just about anything you want under the hood.
Why This Car Is Special
Purple paint, modern amenities and a sound that will make your neighbors want to peek over the fence every time you fire it up make this truck stand out from the pack.
The engine is none other than a Corvette 350 that has had more power massaged out of it with an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake topped with a Quick Fuel Technologies 4-barrel carburetor bolted on top. Satin Black Edelbrock air cleaner and valve covers dress up the engine nicely, as does the chrome alternator. Dual exhaust running to Flowmaster mufflers provide this 350 with the muscle car sound it deserves. The power is routed through a Turbo 350 automatic transmission and sent out back to a 12-bolt rear end.
Modern black bucket seats are accompanied by seat belts and a new Dual AM/FM/CD player in the dash. A temperature gauge has been added under the dash to keep an eye on the engine and a GT steering wheel accents the modern seats nicely. The door panels are bedlined purple which looks great and can handle any abuse you might throw at them.
This Custom Deluxe has appeal to spare. The deep purple paint is accented with the stainless Custom Deluxe trim and chrome wheels with raised white letter radial tires. Dual exhaust tips exit behind the rear tires. The bed is wood with purple bedliner to protect the sides. This C10 has the chrome bumpers and chrome grill to really set it off and they are in great shape.
This classic truck is ready for a new owner. It can cruise, show or be used like a truck was made to be used.
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