There is nothing like a short bed C10 with a big block to get your heart pounding.
Why This Car Is Special
A 454 powerhouse under the hood and a ton of visual appeal make this a must see truck.
The 454 engine is beefed up with an Edelbrock intake and Holley 4-barrel carburetor. Hedman headers route the exhaust gases through true dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers that end before the rear axle. It sounds phenomenal! The engine is clean and shows very well. It has been topped off with a chrome air cleaner and chrome Moroso oil breather for a bit of flare. A Howe aluminum radiator keeps this big block cool with the help of dual electric fans. A Turbo 400 automatic transmission routes the power through a 12-bolt rear end. Power steering and power front disc brakes make this truck a great cruiser that is easy to handle.
A blue vinyl bench seat with seat belts is comfortable for you and two passengers. A B&M shifter on the floor keeps you firmly in control, while added gauges let you monitor the engine. A big Sun SuperTach II is mounted on the steering column and a Bosch gauge cluster is mounted below the dash. The chrome glovebox door is a nice touch, as is the Alpine AM/FM/CD player with Polk speakers to crank your favorite tunes.
We have to start with the color of this C10. It is a beautiful Dark Blue Metallic that really fits it well. It has checkered flag decals down the side that can be removed if they are not your style. Big Ridler aluminum alloy wheels are wrapped in radial tires and bring this truck into the 21st Century. The tailgate is smoothed and the grill has been changed over to the more popular Chevrolet variety. A soft tonneau cover is a nice addition to keep your cargo safe and dry and easily lifts up to access the bed.
This C10 is a very cool and well built restomod. Don't miss your chance to own a one of a kind classic pickup truck.
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