1995 Chevrolet S10 Pro Street -
517hp Chevy 491ci V8 w/TH400 - Result of a 14 Year Build - High Attention to Detail - Custom Paint - Corvette Dashboard - Racing Seats - Custom Stereo Components -
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While at first glance this little truck only looks like a clean, lowered GM pickup, there is much more than meets the eye! Our client has decided that he wanted to sell it due to changes in his life meaning the truck just won't be driven much. Now's your chance to buy an EXTREMELY nice, custom built S10. Take a close look at this machine - it's not just a clean, lowered S10.
The truck was repainted in a GM metallic Blue that's just slightly different than the blue initially offered on the S10's and Sonomas of this body style. A Sonoma front end with custom grille was added, and a custom bed cover was placed on the rear of the truck. The ride height is achieved with coilover suspension in the front and rear.
Performance Engineering of Jenison Michigan built the 517 horsepower 491ci Chevrolet V8 found under the hood of this little truck. Only 100 miles have been put on this truck since the build - break-in oil is still in the engine. Highlights of the engine are Brodix Aluminum heads, hydraulic roller camshaft, Weiand Intake Manifold, Holley Pro-Series 4BBL Carb, ceramic coated headers, MSD Ignition and plug wires, aluminum radiator, auxiliary fans, and a number of aluminum pulleys. Coan Racing of Kokomo Indiana supplied the TH400 transmission and torque converter. The engine sits back much further than the original engine did from the factory thanks to a custom firewall, frame and chassis setup. Wilwood components make up the braking system including disc brakes front and rear, master cylinder, and front/rear brake bias adjuster. Custom Centerline wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson tires were a great choice for this truck.
The interior looks pretty simple at first glance, but includes a whole bunch of nicely integrated custom touches. The most obvious custom items are the racing seats and the C5 Corvette Dashboard. Other highlights include Auto Meter gauges, Grant steering wheel, Alpine stereo head unit, Rockford Fosgate Amp, B&M shifter, and hidden auxiliary switches. (Shown in our photos)
This is an extremely clean, truck built by a person who has a very high attention to detail. This was a very well thought out build and the end result, as you can see in our photos, is jaw-dropping. This truck is sure to impress anyone who takes a really good look at it. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.