Neat and clean in White with splashes of chrome, this is a great looking Silverado. The mid-70s pickups are more popular than ever these days. They have modern classic styling, drive well, and are capable of getting the job done without a pile of computers complicating things. Check this one out. The crisp clean body lines of this pickup are a great starting point for the look of this truck. From the side you see a crease running down the mid-line from front to rear. That is paralleled by the top line of the fender that flows cleanly along the top of the door and then the bed. It gives the truck a really solid look. There is a Silverado badge on the fender and a splash of chrome trim around the wheel wells. Up front a chrome billet grill of horizontal lines keeps the look clean and is underlined by a simple bumper. The cowl induction hood hints at the beast within, but does so without screaming it out with a bunch of stripes or lettering. Things are kept equally simple and clean out back in white and chrome and the bed has been coated with spray in bed liner. Complementing the look are 5-lug Eagle polished alloy wheels. Open the door and you will find a stock interior that is a comfortable place to put some miles in or get some work done. The door panel has controls at your fingertips for the power windows and locks along with a comfortable armrest for cruising down the road. A 4-spoke steering wheel mounted on a tilt column with the shifter for the automatic transmission sits in front of a stock dashboard. The tach and speedo are front and center with the fuel, temp, oil and voltage gauges off to the left. Ventilation controls, including those for the updated R134 air conditioning to keep you cool are in the center. A Kenwood stereo is there for your listening pleasure and there is a sliding back window. The cloth bench seat is comfortable with plenty of room for three across with the shifter being mounted on the column. Pop the hood with the big cowl induction bump on it and you will find a very healthy, 454 cubic inch, big block. There is a chrome air cleaner topping an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer 2.0 intake manifold. Those 454 valve covers nestled under the alternator and A/C compressor shine through because they are polished up chrome, and because big block valve covers are huge. There is a new brake booster and master cylinder along with a new battery and newer belts and hoses. Long tube headers get the exhaust heading back through glass pack style muffler that give the truck a healthy sound and the power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels. Front disc brakes provide good stopping ability and the rubber meets the road through 255/70R15 tires all around mounted on those great looking Ridler wheels. Neat, clean, comfortable, and more than capable with a healthy 454 under the hood. Come on down and check out this Silverado.
Take some time to check out all the custom details of this 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup. But dont linger too long, because with the amazing paint, custom A/C interior, and modern fuel-injected LS1 V8 under the hood, this truck will be hauling out soon. The first thing you notice about this pickup is the paint. The satin-finish blue is a great modern color that helps it instantly identify with its custom nature. For a superior paintjob to be on a pickup, the body needs to be as straight as this one, because imperfections from the professional respray have no place to hide. Its a rare find on vehicles that were intended as workhorses, and its proof there has be a real investment in this Chevy, right down to its fundamentals. But more than just the practical side, you love this machine because its a wild custom creation. The lime green pinstripe provides a bold dividing line for the satin black upper paint. And that part of the two-tone is so well coordinated, even the bed cover is part of the paint scheme. And speaking of the bed, that single-piece unit has such a cool presentation, but it still features Rhino Liner to be quite functional. And while we know those big B.A.D. 20-inch alloys on the lowered suspension really steal the show, dont forget to check out the details, too. Items like the billet grille, crystal clear blue dot headlights, and the LED taillights surrounded by custom pinstriping are all part of the little things that make people understand that this is a very custom pickup from every angle. Inside is a great mix of original elegance with plenty of upgrades for more modern style and comfort. The dash and doors have been painted the same great exterior blue, but now with some extra gloss and shine. You can instantly see that the bench seat has been upgraded for modern comfort with a cool ostrich inserts and modern bolster for all three sitting across. And when its just you going for a cruise, the middle seat has a built-in cup holder for added modern comfort. Speaking of comfort, this pickup has plenty of upgrades, including Lokar shifter, tilt wheel, and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/AUX input for the most modern music players. And ice-cold R134a air conditioning means always staying cool while looking cool in this C10. Youll slip behind the aftermarket steering wheel that provides much more chrome than the original, and the Chevy bow tie etched into the center is a great detail touch. Beyond that is a full set of Dakota Digital gauges. Not only do they signal to you theres something special under the hood, but also their cool blue glow is just another great reminder of how well this fully coordinated package is. More great harmonization happens under the hood where the whole engine bay matches the exterior blue right down to the custom covers on the engine. This makes for a complete custom build that youll love to show off. Best of all, in-between those smooth blue fender walls lies a Corvettes fuel-injected LS1 V8 heart. The 5.7-liter inhales deeply with a cold air induction, and it exhales with authority thanks to Hedman headers that feed the thundering dual exhaust. To handle all this power, a 4L60E four-speed transmission that provides a nice balance of sturdy construction and overdrive cruising. In fact, the whole package is a nice balance of show & go. Thats why you have great anytime features such as power steering, front disc brakes, and the comfortable trailing arm rear suspension that make these C10s so desirable. And this truck has a fully adjustable airbag system that allows you to go from a cushy ride on your way to the show to an attention-grabbing ground-hugger when parked. Here is your chance at a beautifully-built custom that will never be mistake for anything else. But the only problem with a one-of-a-kind is when its gone, there wont be another. So dont miss out, call today!
This slick 1972 Chevrolet C10 Custom pickup offers chiseled good looks enhanced by a muscle car-like custom color combination. And beyond the shine, this pickup has the stroker V8 and enhanced suspension to back up its bold image. So if you cant choose between a custom muscle machine and a vintage truck, this is your perfect solution. The first thing you notice about this truck is the huge investment in custom paint. The two-tone metallic burgundy and orange has the modern clearcoat and a professional hand applying it. So it has the kind of shine usually reserved for chrome. And it only gets better with the thick yellow line separating the colors that is laser-straight as it runs all the way around the truck. And oh yeah, we instantly noticed the flames, too. And thats just the tip of the custom work performed. The cowl hood, shaved door handles, integrated side exhaust, frenched-in dual antennas, a smooth tonneau cover, and a custom integrated rear roll pan give this one an exceptionally sleek look. A bright chrome grille, brighter 20-inch Billet Specialties wheels, and even crystal clear LED taillights means the custom brightness is recognized from every angle. When you pop the remote door openers, you instantly see the upper-echelon quality of this build. After all, most paintjobs dont go in the door jambs. But on this one youll notice the full color package warps inside and even under the dash. More than just look amazing, this is one of the most comfortable interiors youll even find in a C10. The exterior burgundy returns as an accent color, and its now joined by supple tan leather. The two-tone bench seat has a premium insignia trim to attract the crowds, and it has individual bolstering to keep you all-day comfortable. This coordinates nicely with the custom door panels, headliner, and dash for a full uniform package. A Lokar shifter, crisp Classic Instruments gauges, and Billet Specialties steering wheel on a chrome tilt column means you have the best of everything. And because youre going to be taking this one to car shows near and far, you get all the best in modern comfort like an AM/FM/CD stereo with plenty of speakers and R134a air conditioning. Youll love opening the hood at car shows because the V8 has the unmistakable look of performance. The mirror-like inner fenders, air topper, and all the great accents draw attention to the that 383 cubic-inch stroker motor. This one has great go-fast goodies like a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock hi-rise intake, Billet Tru Trac pulleys, and a set of Hedman headers that feed the rumbling side exhaust. Making the most of this full package is the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission that offers crisp downshifts for performance driving and an overdrive gear for highway cruising. And if this sounds like a great cruising package, the aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans is exactly what you want to keep this one running cool in all conditions even when the A/C is pumping. Plus, take some time to look at the undercarriage photos. There youre going to spot great upgrades like the thick front sway bar, triangulated four-link rear with coilovers, and the grip of modern performance tires. Add in power steering and front disc brakes, and this stunner is also a terrific cruiser. This is a performance vintage pickup thats a complete and clean build in fact the secure truck bed is there to haul home all the trophies! An award-worthy turn-key package this nice rarely leaves its creators hands, so hurry up and call today!
This is a truck done right. No drama, just results. It is a good solid truck, with all the right parts, put together with care. That is an easy thing to say, so to back up that claim we should mention that it brought home the Best Muscle Truck trophy at the Holley LS Fest 2016. Check it out. When you start with something as good looking and desirable as a 67 C10, you are kind of starting with an unfair advantage. Lower it down a bit and give it a nice aggressive stance and the look gets even better. Much of the rest of the look comes from leaving things off. No emblems or badges mess up the super clean look of this truck. Well,... there is one little Hurst Equipped sticker on the bottom left of the tailgate. But thats it! Red paint and shiny chrome are the stars of the show. Up front there is a simple rectangular grill of horizontal lines flanked by single headlights underlined by a wraparound chrome bumper. Out back a simple tailgate without brand lettering on it topped by a rollup tonneau cover. Under that cover is a bed that is ready for work with line-a-bed coating it. Big chrome Cruiser alloy wheels look awesome and really compliment the look of the truck. Open the door and you will find more of the simple and tasteful treatment. The door panel is black with vertical lines in vinyl on the top and black carpeting on the bottom. A beefy four-spoke Grant steering wheel in chrome and leather looks great and feels good in your hands. Just a flick of the wrist to the right of the wheel is a Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual transmission, and behind it is a Sunpro column mounted tach. Behind that is a stock gauge cluster with super clean chrome bezels that shine bright. In the center console are the ventilation controls that include those for the air conditioning system to keep you cool on hot summer days, and below those are a trio of Sunpro auxiliary gauges to keep accurate track of critical engine functions. Comfortable Procar bucket seats are nicely upholstered with a big ol console between them providing lots of storage and fresh clean carpeting and headliner tie the look together nicely. Pop the hood and you will find a very healthy 383 Stroker motor nestled down in a very neat and clean engine bay. Topping the engine is a polished air filter housing with ribs that parallels the ribs on the slotted chrome valve covers. Under it is a Holley carburetor feeding into a Weiand intake. Chrome also appears on the pulleys and the alternator. Red dresses out the iron parts of the engine while and HEI ignition system uses red wires to get the spark to the plugs. Headers wind their way out the bottom to dual mufflers balanced with an H pipe and end by turning down just before the 3.08 posi 12 bolt rear end. Wilwood front disc brakes insure that you can haul this truck down from speed if you decide to cut that Stroker motor loose and the rubber meets the road through 275/45R20s in the back and 255/45R18s in the front mounted on those sweet Cruizer alloys. There are lots of build receipts that go with this truck, so be sure to ask your salesperson about them. But all you really need to know is that this truck is about results, not drama. Come on down and check it out for yourself.
Most of the Chevy pick-up trucks going back to the 40s have become desirable and collectible. But the early 70s models, like this 72 C10, bring a classic look to a truck that doesnt feel like an antique. A frame off restoration made it easy to make sure everything was done right including some nice upgrades. Check it out. It is immediately obvious that some true craftsman had a chance to get things right before they sprayed on one drop of that beautiful Springtime Yellow paint. The body gaps are clean and consistent and the light reflects off flat panels in long straight lines and in smooth arcing lines around the curves. A little chassis rake gives the truck a bit of attitude when viewed from the side and those 18 titanium alloy wheels looks perfect with the yellow paint. Fresh chrome dresses out the eggcrate grill with a Chevy bowtie in the middle and underlines it with a sharp looking bumper. A Cheyenne 10 badge graces the front fenders, and at the back, the Chevrolet embossed into the tailgate is highlighted in black and is underlined by another shiny new bumper. All the lighting on the truck is LED and the glass is all new too. Drop that tailgate and you will find a nice wooden slat bed with polished rails and rhino lined sides. Open the door and you will find a Black interior that is as neat and clean as the outside. It all looks brand new because it is. The door panel has an embossed pattern in the upper section which is trimmed in chrome piping. The bucket seats are also freshly recovered with pleated seating surfaces in a matching embossed pattern and smooth side bolsters and trim. A large center console rests between them offering good storage and cup holders. A deep dish three spoke wheel has a bowtie center button and is mounted on a tilt column along with the shifter for the automatic transmission. Behind it is a spotless dash with bright chrome piping surrounding the gauges as well as edging the dash panel and it is all illuminated by LED lighting. R134 A/C will keep you cool on those hot summer days and there is an FM/Bluetooth stereo installed for your listening pleasure. A new headliner and carpeting with yellow bowtie floormats ties the look together nicely. Pop the hood on this truck and you will find a 350 cubic inch motor nestled down in a spotlessly neat and clean engine bay. It is definitely show and go, with a nice emphasis on show. A polished and ribbed air topper with an embossed bowtie matches the polished finned valve covers nicely. The compressor, alternator and water pump are chromed and the radiator support cover is stainless. A FITech fuel injection setup sits under that air topper and feeds the engine through and Edelbrock intake while Hedman long tube headers handle the exhaust side. The A/C lines are routed neatly around and into the firewall letting those yellow inner fenders shine bright and a Champion radiator with dual electric fans keeps everything running cool. Power is sent back through a three-speed automatic transmission and coil springs as well as disc brakes all around make this truck ride nice, handle well, and stop on a dime. The rubber meets the road through 255/55R18s all around mounted on those sweet alloy wheels. An early 70s classic pickup with a frame off restoration and some first-class mods. Come on down and check it out. It might be just the vintage truck you have been looking for.
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Its hard to beat a third generation Chevy stepside 4x4. With a 14-year model run with just incremental updates, even Chevy seemed to agree with that statement. Check out this good-looking example with several nice upgrades and see if it might be just the truck you have been looking for. Presented in a unique shade of Green metallic paint with custom black stripes really differentiates this truck from all the others you will see on the road. The paint has a nice shine to it and reflects the light off the body lines, especially at night as you cruise down the road. Up front, a billet grill surrounded by chrome and underlined by a simple chrome bumper leads the way with a nice clean look. The centerline and leading edge of the hood starts the stripe treatment off. Down the sides it traces the body line of the fender and door as well as catching the fender well lip and extending down the rocker. Chevrolet in script appears in the stripes on the rear fenders and the tailgate finishes off the sharp looking job underlined by a black diamond plate bumper. The bed looks awesome with nicely finished wood and black rails. Open the door and you will find a black interior that is basically stock but with a couple nice touches. The door panels have a patterned upper section with a big armrest that is nice for long-distance cruising. There is also a speaker set into the lower section that pumps the sounds out from the aftermarket stereo that is AM/FM/CD and iPod compatible. There is a two spoke steering wheel with a bowtie horn button and the shifter for the automatic transmission. The dash is a simple but effective layout with the speedometer and tach directly in front of the driver and gauges for fuel, water temp, oil pressure and voltage clearly visible off to the left. Custom wood trim dresses out the right side of the dash and surrounds the transfer case shifter while providing a place to set a few things on top of it. The bench seat has a new cover on it and there is a sliding glass window into the bed. Pop the hood and you will find healthy 350 cubic inch motor set down in a neat and clean engine bay. A chrome Chevrolet air cleaner assembly sits on top of a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock intake manifold. There are finned aluminum valve covers that along with the intake and block are painted blue. Long tube headers are heat wrapped and lead out to dual Flowmaster mufflers. Signs of good routine maintenance include newer belts and hoses and a new fan shroud. Power flows out through a 3-speed automatic transmission, through the transfer case and out to solid axles front and rear mounted on leaf springs. There are a fresh set of shocks in the rear while up front power steering works with a beefy sway bar to offer good maneuverability in parking lots and good handling on the road. Power front disc brakes provide the stopping power and the rubber meets the road, or the dirt, through 235/75R15 Firestone Destination tires mounted on steel wheels with trim rings. Come on down and check out this sharp looking stepside pickup. It might be just the truck you are looking for.
Here is a great opportunity to buy a classic pick-up truck at a great price that would be good for both work and pleasure. You can go ahead and put this truck to work for you because the bed is coated with Line-X to protect it, and the sharp paint job grabs peoples attention as you cruise the boulevard on a Friday night. Check it out. The clean lines of this 72, the last year for this second-generation C series, really stand out in the Orange paint. The fleetside design of the bed gives it long straight lines down the side and the black roof makes the whole truck look lower and leaner. The front fenders have an 8-350 badge just below the marker lights which are trimmed in black. Up front, the hood flows over into an egg-crate grill with a Chevy bowtie leading the way in the center with a single headlight on each side. Polished trim surrounds the grill and a shiny new bumper underlines it. There is another new bumper out back resting under a tailgate with Chevrolet lettering embossed into it. Drop that tailgate and you will find a very useful bed coated with Line-X bedliner to protect both it and your cargo. Open the door and you will find a black door panel with a nice wood grain insert outlining the window crank and door handle along with a long armrest for comfortable cruising. The bench seat has been beautifully reupholstered in black with cloth seating surfaces and vinyl trim that includes the center section embossed with a Chevy Bowtie. A two-spoke steering wheel sits in front of a dash with a fresh new pad along the top. The gauge cluster is neat and clean with the speedometer just over the volt meter and water temp gauge on the left, with the fuel and oil pressure gauges on the right. The center of the dash is a blank slate, ready for your choice of stereo to be installed for your listening pleasure. Fresh carpeting has vinyl bowtie floormats to protect it and ties the look of the interior together nicely. Open the hood and you will find a healthy 350 cubic inch V8. There is a Spectre air cleaner assembly with a chrome Holley topper that feeds an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold. Polished valve covers are embossed with a bowtie dressed out in orange and Chevrolet in black lettering. Long tube headers get the spent gasses out and headed back to Flowmaster mufflers which give this truck a nice bit of growl to it. The belts and hoses are all in good condition and the power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels mounted on coil springs with trailing arms. Up front a control arm suspension works through coil springs too and has power steering for good maneuverability whether its in parking lots or loaded down with cargo. Power front disc brakes assure good stopping ability and the rubber meets the road through 255/70R15s in the rear and 225/70R15s in the front mounted on steel wheels with trim rings and Chevy center caps. For work, for play, or for both. This is a good-looking, capable truck that is ready to roll. Come on down and check it out.
1965 C20 3/4 ton custom flatbed truck. Runs good. New brakes. 283 small block. 4 speed manual transmission with granny gear. Eaton posi traction rear end. Driven regularly. Floor plans and roof rust free. New gas tank .
1970 Chevrolet C10 Pick-Up. This slick black beauty was built and autographed by none other than Chip Foose. This is one super trick truck and features a red full leather interior with bucket seats. The full Alpine/ JL audio sound system fills the cab with hot tunes,while the Vintage air A/C Keeps things cool. A full compliment of billet accessories adorn the interior with more space created by moving the fuel tank, between the rear frame rails. Access to the fuel tank is gained through a special opening in the clear finished maple bed floor, with chrome plated strips. There is a fully polished 468 stroker motor under the hood, attached to an automatic floor shifted transmission. This thing is so sanitary that it looks like a surgical team assembled it. The list of changes and additions could go on forever but why wait for the ride!
1966 CHEVY C10 CUSTOM CAB SHORTBED - REAR WHEEL DRIVE - 5.3LITRE LS V8 - 4SPEED AUTOMATIC WITH OVERDRIVE & TOW MODE - POWER BRAKES - POWER STEERING - LATE MODEL CLUSTER - AIR CONDITIONING - AN/FM STEREO - VINYL BENCH SEAT - VINYL COVERED FLOOR - NEW WOOD BED FLOOR - CHROME GRILLE - CHROME BUMPERS - ALLOY WHEELS - TIRES IN GREAT SHAPE - DUAL EXHUAST - RUNS AWESOME!!! LOOKS AWESOME TOO!!! IT SHOULD , THIS IS A ONE OF A KING FRAME OFF BUILT C10 THATS AS GOOD AS THEY GET!!! CHECK OUT THE CUSTOM LOW GLOSS BUTTERNUT YELLOW PAINT JOB!!! CHECK OUT THE JUST LIKE FACTORY LS POWERPLANT INSTALLATION!!! BUILT TO DRIVE , THIS ONE HITS THE ROAD AWESOME!!! TURN SOME HEADS FOR SURE ON THE WAY TO THE CAR SHOW TO PICK UP YOUR TROPHYS!!! A ONE OF A KIND TRUCK FOR A ONE OF A KIND BUYER!! WE ARE ATAKING SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY & THIS ONE IS INDOOR STORED SO YOU WILL HAVE TO CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT FOR VIEWING. NO JOYRIDES ON IT SO IF YOU ARENT READY TO BUY IT DONT BOTHER!!!OUR ONE OF A KIND PRICE$35,999.00SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!!!!NO JOYRIDES!! NO OFFERS!!!INDOOR STORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!CALL AHEAD FOR VIEWING!!!
V-8 engine, automatic transmission, performance upgrades, chrome accessories, headers, B&M shifter, woodgrain steering wheel, 12-bolt rear, relocated gas tank, 5-lug conversion, 15" Centerline aluminum wheels.
Here we have a 2 owner truck that is way nicer than it was on the showroom floor it has been rotissorie restored it has 383 stroker motor with a 400 transmission it has 2500 miles since restoration options are factory air power steering power brakes front disc power windows factory tack dash new goodyear tires on factory rally wheels and houndstooth interior
Frame Off Restored C10 Cheyenne Super 350 V8 3 Speed Auto A/C /// Mixing a reliable Chevrolet small block and proven GM 3-speed with timeless 2-tone aesthetics, this road-ready warrior is worthy of EVERY Chevrolet fans full attention! Purchased by its current owner in 1999, this hearty half-ton was a solid cruiser that had managed roughly 100K miles with almost 100% of its original parts. That owner was looking for a fun project and, when he wasnt busy racing, orchestrated a body-off, nut-and-bolt restoration. That project, spanning roughly 15 years, combined a new core support with new fenders and a new bed. And today, wearing a brilliant combination of White and Viper Red 2-stage, this Chevy is an all-American head turner that consistently provides instant red carpet curb appeal! Pop the hood and youll find a reliable, 350 cubic inch Chevrolet small block thats been professionally rebuilt. Behind that trusty powerplant, a trusty Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed spins a tough 12-bolt axle thats finished with smooth, 3.08 gears. Everything rolls on a factory-style suspension, which has been rebuilt to include drop spindles and lowering springs. Factory power steering makes parking easy and turns a cinch. Power front disc and rear drum brakes provide quick stops. And power meets the pavement through attractive Rally Wheels, which twist 275/60R15 Performance Radial G/Ts. Swivel the doors and youll reveal a fresh Cheyenne Super cockpit thats classy in all the right ways. Requisite Red houndstooth spans a broad bench seat, which is secured by upgraded, 3-point belts. In front of that seat, a wood-trimmed Cheyenne Super dash hangs factory-spec telemetry beside cool air conditioning and direct-fit Custom Autosound audio. And in front of the driver, a polished Lecarra steering wheel spins a red leather rim. With a reliable, well-dressed drivetrain, a comfortable interior and attractive factory lines, this Chevy is guaranteed to gain fans everywhere it goes! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Restored C10 Cheyenne Super 402ci Big Block V8 Automatic A/C Short Bed /// Mixing 402 cubic inches of big block might with a sturdy chassis, a tough Turbo-Hydramatic 3-speed and show-stopping aesthetics, this stunning C10 is worthy of EVERY gearheads full attention! Fully sorted and ready to roll, this super cool Chevy is the beneficiary of a detailed, frame-off restoration that presents very well. Under the trucks deep 2-stage, an incredibly straight fuselage hangs solid panels that, with the exception of the aforementioned restoration, appear to have led a quiet, drama-free existence. And that bodys combination of excellent reflections and Kansas-flat surfaces suggest many labor-intensive hours were spent exacting top-notch finish work. Hoist this pickups glossy hood and youll find 402 cubic inches of correct Chevrolet big block that was painted and fully detailed during the trucks thorough restoration. Behind that trusty powerplant, a trusty Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed spins a stainless-trimmed 12-bolt axle thats finished with 3.08 gears and an open differential. Factory-style power steering makes parking easy and turns a cinch. Power front disc and rear drum brakes provide quick stops. And power meets the pavement through polished Panther blades, which twist 265/35R22 Nitto NT420S in front of 285/45R22 Nitto NT420S. Swivel the doors and youll reveal a tasteful Chevy cockpit thats classy in all the right ways. Fresh black vinyl joins far out houndstooth cloth to span a broad bench seat. In front of that seat, a body-matched dash hangs factory-spec telemetry beside cool air conditioning and modern, direct-fit audio. And in front of the driver, a reproduction Rally Wheel laps a modern, tilting column. Perpetually cool and visually stunning, this awesome Chevy is an appealing take on the traditional truck concept. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for your chance to own this killer C10!
Pro-Touring Restomod C10 Truck 525hp LS3 Automatic A/C Speed Tech Chassis /// A perfect blend of unique style and excellent drivability, this handsome C10 is a first rate exercise in old school charm and street rod swagger! Built to debut Speedtech Performances Pro Touring C10 chassis at SEMA, this incredible Chevy was assembled by Tom Argue Design of Clearwater, Florida. The build began with a new cab that was fitted with 1-piece side glass and relieved of its drip rails. Behind that cab, the trucks bed floor was raised four inches and fashioned around 3-inch widened wheel tubs. Opposite that floor, smooth Slosh Tubz inner fenders joined a smoothed firewall. And that solid profile was eventually blanketed in Porsche Carrera White PPG thats dressed in satin Tungsten accents and dashed with red pinstripes. Officially known as the Chevrolet Performance LS376/525, this C10s engine twists respectable 10.7 to 1 compression into 525 horsepower and 486 lb./ft. of torque. Behind that mill, a proven 4L65E 4-speed engages a stout Ford 9-inch thats finished with 3.90 gears. Stops are provided by Wilwood 6-piston calipers, which squeeze drilled and slotted rotors. Modern power rack-and-pinion steering provides the turns. Everything rolls on a sturdy Speedtech chassis thats mated to a modern Speedtech suspension. And power meets the pavement through Forgeline MS3Cs and Michelin Pilot Super Sports. Wrapped in Dynamat, lined in Katzkin and detailed in houndstooth, the inside of this C10 certainly makes a case for elegance in simplicity. Power-operated buckets were sourced from a 2008 Silverado. A stylish dash frames modern telemetry. Cruising is optimized by modern air conditioning and modern Pioneer audio. And steering is channeled through a flat-bottom Flaming River wheel. If youre looking for a unique classic that mixes killer style with plenty of right-foot fun, this Chevy deserves your full attention. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
The Chevrolet name has long been associated with quality-built vehicles that possess rugged designs and proven reliability. Built for the American workforce Chevrolet pickup trucks were tough and efficient, forming an ownership bond that turned ordinary pickup truck owners to life-long “Chevy owners”. This gorgeous 1969 Custom C10 is an exceptional example that has been frame-off restored to exacting standards. The ½ ton pickups’ steel body has been restored to better-than-new condition with excellent fit of all panels. The exterior features chrome bumpers, dual mirrors and the iconic stepside truck bed. The tinted glass, weather stripping and all hardware look brand new. The paint is Light Blue that was done right with a deep rich sine. Under the hood you will see the engine bay is fully detailed and powered by the optional 350 cubic-inch small block V8 engine connected to a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Chevy rolls on a set of steel wheels with deluxe wheel covers and dual-band white wall tires. Inside the pickup bed you will find a new oak floor with chrome polished hardware. On the fully restored interior there are a host of factory upgrades like bucket seats, center console and tilt steering column. The long list of options continues with factory air conditioning, cruise control, ultra-rare speed alert system and push-button AM/FM radio. A deluxe gauge package nets a tachometer and the custom comfort group features a deluxe headliner and deluxe door panels. Included is the original Protect-o-Plate and original Owner’s Manual. Ready to take first place in any car show, even the under carriage of this pickup it is every bit as clean as the top and has been restored right down to the very last detail. Classic Chevrolet pickups built to this caliber do not come around too often, so don’t miss your chance to own one of the highest-optioned C10s’ in existence with great pedigree! Stock Number: HC7627 VIN: CE149J848195 Miles: 71,495 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT) Engine: Numbers Matching 350 CI V8 Engine Block Number: 3956618 Engine Stamp Pad: V0I03XD Transmission: Turbo Hydra-Matic 4-Speed Automatic (CT 69-111785) Equipment: Power Steering, Power Brakes, Four-Barrel Carburetor, Air Conditioning, Tilt Steering Column, Cruise Control, Speed Alert, Deluxe Gauge Package, Tachometer, Tinted Glass, Cargo Bed Light, Bucket Seats, Center Console, Dual Mirrors, Seat Belts, Oak Bed Floor, Push-Button AM/FM Radio, Engine Block Heater, Deluxe Headliner, Deluxe Door Panels, Deluxe Wheel Covers, Double Band White Wall Tires, Body Side Molding, Chrome Bumpers, Side Marker Lights Items Included with the Car: Keys, Original Owner’s Manual, Original Protect-o-Plate, Chevrolet Truck Manual, Reproduction Brochures, Restoration Receipts Condition Code: (2) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5) Warranty: This vehicle is being sold AS-IS To learn more about condition codes, the term “numbers matching”, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification.
With hints of mean machine, retro, ride, and a whole lot of custom, this 1986 Chevrolet C10 is that pickup for someone who wants people talking about your truck long after you leave the cruise-in. This custom pickup is striking from every angle, so well just start at the front. The fascia has a great retro and custom tone thanks to the blacked-out appearance that gives way to those bright round headlights. And when you combine it with those push-style bumper forks, it looks ready for the racetrack. As you move along the body, your eyes are constantly picking up on custom elements like the hood vents, shaved door handles, custom taillights, smooth tailgate and the custom tonneau cover with integrated spoiler and their brake light. Theres even liner paint in the bed in case you do decide to use this for true pickup duty! But more than just recognizing the custom pieces, you should also appreciate the reason why you can see them so well. Super-straight sheetmetal combined with the level of gloss and shine on the black gives this one instant respect. In fact, the detail work is so good, just check out the wheels more than just steelies with cool spinner caps, those 15-inch Super Soft 8 units have bright rivet work that makes sure this one can impress no matter if theyre across the parking lot or one-inch away. Theres nothing better on a black exterior than a red interior. When you open the door, the contrast between the outside paint and the vinyl on the seats is like looking at a vampire after a fresh kill. That description might seem like an exaggeration, but its necessary to try and describe the aggression this pickup radiates just by standing next to it. But the means looks are just the beginning. The red is part of a custom coordinated attitude that you instantly see the moment you take a look at the dash. This custom unit has a design borrowed from the 1959 Chevrolet. It even has the cool pod-style gauges. But the 50s Chevys didnt come with all these updates, like a large tach below the tilt column, cup holders, heat/defrost sliders, a grippy three-spoke steering wheel in a matching red, and a Schlitz beer tap handle shifter. Its a truly thoughtful build, right down to the AM/FM cassette stereo integrated into the headliner so that the dash can be as smooth and clutter-free as possible. Under the hood the red and black attitude continues as the painted valve covers look like they are radiating power from within the dark engine bay. And backing up this aggressive appearance is a strong Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8 thats been enhanced with go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers. That last one not only adds power, but also contributes to the rumble of the glasspack-style dual exhaust. And while this is a mean machine for the streets, theres much more to this custom pickup. It has a power steering, a thick front sway bar, front disc brakes, and four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive. So the custom that youll love showing off also easy to take near or far... that sound like the perfect combo! Its hard not to get excited about a full custom setup thats turnkey ready right now. But if you want to hit the streets tomorrow, you need to call today!
Its hard not to get excited about this 1986 Chevrolet K-10 4x4. After all its a restored vintage pickup with a bright red presentation, upgraded A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and plenty of V8 power and all offered for quite a nice price. This truck is out to impress without being ostentatious. You see it in the bright red paint that has the kind of gloss to instantly signal a nice investment. The almost seamless appearance of the premium Silverado side trim tells you the quality of the sheet metal. Plus, the bright work looks terrific on the billet grille, front bumper, and Rally wheels. But a lot more of this trucks shine also highlights its function. Items like the wide trailer mirrors, rear step bumper w/hitch ball attachment, and lockable Kobalt tool box are great practical pieces to have. And not only is the bed protected by the diamond plating on the sides, but also you have a full liner within. So this is the stunner thats ready to get to work. Inside, the comfortable cloth bench seat and matching black carpeting have the kind of fresh presentation that tell you there was a solid investment in the interior. There is plenty of room to fit three across, these Silverados are great for really focusing on the driver. Thats why the dash is centered around you, and its an easy reach to upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input for your iPod. Its also been upgraded for cold R134a air conditioning. Even with the cold air inside, we know your favorite breezes will come from opening the vent windows and sliding the rear glass because thats what a vintage truck is all about. Under the hood is the right kind of Chevy small block power. It has been upgraded to a 350 cubic-inch V8, and it looks great among the newer components and Chevrolet performance air topper. The trusty small block inhales deeply through an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as headers feed dual glass-pack straight pipes that finish in big 3-inch tips. The 4x4 drive train is the perfect mix of rugged and convenience as the two-speed transfer case engages the front wheels through the electrically locking hubs. Plus, with power steering, front disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive, this is comfortable on both the street and trail. Vintage look, the right upgrades, and a value price this K-10 Silverado has a lot going for it, so we know it will be gone soon. Dont miss out, call today!
With trucks becoming more car-like every day, theres starting to be a real call for the classic real-deal pickups like this 1986 Chevrolet K-10 Silverado. This 4x4 has the great no-nonsense looks, and the investments made in this one went to enhance the robustness just as much as the beauty. The Silverado was the premium trim of the truck line, and so it looks quite nice in a bright white. This premium attitude is heightened by the big chrome bumper, wide grille with color-matched strip, and full side trim. But dont accuse this pickup of being a pretty boy. They paid special attention to make sure that the upgrades were equal parts flash and function. For example, the rear step bumper, bed side protectors, and Kobalt lockable tool box not only have mirror-like finish, but also diamond plate toughness. Plus, only the best trucks received the 15-inch factory alloys. The red interior is fantastic against the white exterior, especially because this looks like there have been given some fresh investments. Its also a nice place to spend some time thanks to the plush velour-topped seat and sliding rear window. Plus, the driver-oriented setup means a dual-spoke steering wheel that gives you a commanding view of the gauges. Its an easy reach to all your controls, including the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo and newer Vintage Air system. Youve got nice hints of shine under the hood with the bright air topper and the valve covers that announce this as a 350 cubic-inch motor. More than just look attractive, this V8 has extra substance thanks to the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Weiand intake. Not only does this extra power give the dual exhaust extra growl, but you also get extra muscle for when youre enjoying this 4x4 off-road. As you look at the undercarriage photos, the cleanliness of the components tell you there have been the right investments and care so that you can rely on this pickup. This one is really built to be a good truck. The four-speed manual transmission is geared to offer plenty of low-end torque, and the BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As are great to have when the pavement ends. Plus, power steering and front disc brakes are great anytime features no matter if youre in the high country or Main Street. This is the truck that works hard and plays hard. It gets a lot more attention than a new 4x4, and it even still comes with all the right truck features. So dont miss out, call today!
You already fell in love/lust with this 1969 Chevrolet C10 because of its modern V8 pumping out 530+ horsepower. But take some time to dig deeper into features like the great paint, custom A/C interior, and six-speed stick... it proves that this restomod is turn-key ready to turn heads. This truck deserves a bold color like this Candy Apple Red. After all, if theyre going to take the time to get the bodywork so straight, it deserves a bright clear coat shine. The paint is far from the only custom touch. The cowl induction hood creates the same aggressive presence as its 60s muscle car siblings; the custom grille has a smoother finish; and the 17-inch Billet Specialties alloys with lowered suspension give this an aggressive profile that will make everyone take notice. All of these features are just complementing the fundamental appeal of the C10. The simplicity of these pickups is also their best styling feature, with no gimmicks or add-ons, but rather a chiseled, masculine shape that is undeniably American. Its this attitude that also tells you it can still get to work. But really, you know the only thing this truck is going to do is haul home awards. Inside is a nice mix of performance and comfort. The bright red of the exterior returns on the metal pieces, and now its joined by a muscle car friendly black on the carpeting, dash, and other trim. You and your passenger have the individual comfort of high-back cloth bucket seats. Your right hand will be instantly attracted to the sports shifter, and your left one will love the grippy sports steering wheel. Beyond that is a full set of AutoMeter gauges. You have upgrades like an AM/FM stereo and provisions for air conditioning. But really we know youre going to want to slide open that back window as much as possible. Not only does it give you old-school truck breezes, but also it lets you hear this beast growl even louder. The engine bay could win awards on its own for its presentation. After all, the slick fender walls funnel your attention to quite a tidy motor. And more than just look great, one look under the hood tells you this pickup has some fire-breathing power. Thats a 6.0-liter LQ9 V8. While this was developed to be a hardy motor to power Cadillac SUVs, this one has been enhanced and fortified to be much more beastly. The upgrades include Carrillo connecting rods, JE pistons, Mahle rings, Clevite crank, GM LS3 heads, stainless valves, GM hydraulic roller lifters, Comp Cams custom grind camshaft, MSD 6LS ignition controller, Edelbrock single plane manifold, and a Holley 710 CFM four-barrel carburetor. We have the dyno sheet to prove this total package produces 535 horsepower, but all you need to do is let them hear the thunder of the X-pipe side exhaust to make them fear you. You have complete control over this big power V8 thanks to a Tremec T56 transmission. Not only does it have six speeds to dial in the ideal power, but also its hardy enough to handle up to 1,000 horsepower. These C10s are really sought-after because of their trailing arm rear suspension, which helps them hold the road better than most other vintage pickups. This also has more driver-friendly features, such as power steering, front disc brakes, and modern Falken tires at all four corners. This truck has been a labor of love for many years, with $20k invested in just the driver train about 200 miles ago. So its really a terrific street machine that has been built exactly how you want it. Dont let this opportunity slip away. Call now!
When you want to look distinctively original without giving up creature comforts, its time for this 1983 Chevrolet C10. It combines classic truck styling with a loaded A/C interior and plenty of power from its small block V8 all at a great price. You often see these Chevys in black and red. Those are great colors we love, but this green just has some extra distinction. As far as the rest of the pickup goes, its set up for those of you who want truck nostalgia. The slab-sided design of these Chevys instantly conveyed their sturdiness, so nothing needed to be added. Its even still riding on the correct Rally wheels. And while the chrome bumpers and all the trim look great, dont be afraid to use this classic like a real truck. The hitch ball on the bumper and liner paint in the bed are exactly what you need to get the job done. Inside is a well-done interior that starts with a comfortable cloth bench seat. Carpets, door panels, and the dash pad all coordinate in nice shades of gray. A truck purchased for work usually comes with bare bones equipment, so this Chevys long list of options points at a more comfortable life. It includes power windows, power locks, and cruise control. Theres even factory air conditioning. Plus, the stereo has been upgraded to a modern AM/FM/CD unit with upgraded speakers, too. So its easy to imagine eating away the miles from the drivers seat with the original steering wheel and full set of gauges laid out in front of you. Chevys 305 cubic-inch V8 is one of those great small blocks that fires up nicely, and thanks to the four-barrel carburetor, it swiftly moves this pickup for a lively experience on the road. The engine is legendary for being quite adaptable, but right now this power plant remains charmingly original in the tidy engine bay. In fact, this total presentation (right down to the jack still mounted on the fender) really tells you this truck has lived a well cared for life. Out on the road, its quite comfortable with great driving features such as the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. Heres a distinct and solid truck with all the right features and a great price. Its exactly what you want, and it will be going home with the first person to grab this deal. Call now!
You cant go wrong with a handsome older pickup in traditional colors, but this 1964 Chevrolet C10 Custom Cab is actually a bit of a wolf in sheeps clothing. The lovely two-tone paint is low-key, but the upgraded V8 and three-speed stick adds bark and bite to this shiny Chevy. A clean old pickup in classic colors and wearing a fleetside bed always makes for an appealing package. Theres teal with white accenting on the bumpers, grille, roof, and running down the side of this very straight truck body. It creates the ideal two-tone appearance on a vehicle from the mid-60s. The finish shines nicely, and they kept the wonderful details that make these trucks special including the intricate trim and Custom cab pillars. You even get the right extra flair with polished Rally wheels, headlight eyelids, and blue-dot taillights. Plus, the deep gloss of the real wood truck bed is a real standout all on its own. Inside is a nice mix of vintage and new. The door panels, dash, and bench seat look complete and correct. But now you also have great upgrades for comfortable cruising like the AM/FM/CD stereo. The addition of the artfully classic Impala dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a terrific view of the factory gauges and the upgraded tach mounted in the center. It goes particularly well with the upgraded B&M shifter. Under the hood is what makes this pickup the complete cool package. You get the show-off the bold block and bright air topper radiating within the dark engine bay. But more importantly, this 350 cubic-inch V8 has all the right performance upgrades. It includes a four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, and headers that add even more power as they also contribute to the rumble of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. Its truly a mighty V8 that you get complete control over the speed and the sound thanks to the three-speed manual transmission. Its also an easy cruiser thanks to the C10s desirable trailing arm rear suspension. The cool classic looks and growling V8 is why you were attracted to this Chevrolet C10 pickup. But the same great custom features attracted others, too, so you may want to hurry up and call today!
Vintage style on the outside, custom A/C comfort on the inside, and an all-around award-worthy presentation make this 1966 Chevrolet C10 this kind of truck where they sweated all the details. So you get to skip right ahead to pure enjoyment. Theres just something awesome about this generation of C10, so we love to see a body thats as straight as it is here. Chevy designed these with large indent in the sheetmetal that hugs the hood line, wraps around the doors, and continues down the bed... It has the same kind of appeal as an hourglass figure. Its a great factory package thats perfect for added flair. Thats why you have mirror-like chrome bumpers, a bright grille, and that cool white roof to give this a subtle two-tone. And the real wood in the truck bed is as glossy as the red paint, so it really adds to the style. Plus, the forward-leaning stance and Chevy Rally wheels hint at a little extra sporty appeal. While the exterior has subtle custom touches, the interior fully updates this truck for style and comfort. The two leather bucket seats give you a terrific upgrade in comfort with arm rests and nice bolstering. The leather matches the custom presentation on the door panels, headliner, and the center console that flows from the seatbacks all the way into the custom upgraded dash. You get all the best in comfort upgrades, including a retro-style AM/FM radio w/digital tuner, cup holders, and cold R134a air conditioning. But even with all these upgrades, you still get to enjoy the true vintage feeling with the thin and grippy steering wheel, and beyond that, theres even the classic column-mounted shifter. Under the hood they continued the vintage feeling with plenty of quality investments. After all, this is a period-correct 283 cubic-inch block, but it never looked this good coming from the factory. The tidy engine bay lets you easily show off this V8, and all the shining components they added. Plus, we love how the ribbed valve covers and matching air topper have their accents painted in a bold red to match the rest of the truck and engine bay (see, we told you this was a meticulous build!) The four-barrel carburetor allows the V8 to inhale deeply. Plus, headers with ARP fasteners allow this to exhale with extra power and bass from the dual exhaust. Youre in complete control of it all thanks to the three-speed manual transmission. If this sounds like a terrific driver, then youll also love the power steering, front disc brakes, and the C10s trailing arm rear suspension. Plus, the dual electric fans help keep you running cool even if youre in traffic with the A/C pumping. Complete with owners manual, this is a thoughtful build that has the right vintage look and all the right comfort upgrades. So dont let something this cool and complete slip away. Call now!
Originality has its privileges. When owners take the time to care for a vehicle over many decades, purchasing it can feel like joining a brotherhood. This 1986 Chevrolet K-10 Silverado is a cool classic 4x4 looking for its next guardian of history. Its believed that just about everything you see on this truck is original. That means the red paint, full Silverado trim, and even details like the bright chrome bumpers. So it really has an impressive look after all, most of these 4x4 needed work because they were used as workhorses. Instead, this has averaged less than 2,150 miles annually. It isnt a prefect presentation, which is a nice starter for telling people that theyre looking at a survivor. More than just its history, this Silverado is attractive for what it represents. The design is one of the toughest-looking tucks ever. And thats amplified by the short bed and taller 4x4 stance. Plus, you have bed rails, a thick rubber mat, and a proper trailer hitch with electric hookup. So this preserved classic still knows that Saturdays are sometimes reserved for chores. The interior continues the red theme with two tones on the dash and door panels for an attractive total package. This generation Silverado almost felt like a sports car from behind the wheel. After all, your full gauge package fully envelops you. Plus, its just a fingertip reach to features like the AM/FM/CD stereo and provisions for air conditioning. Under the hood is Chevys famous 305 cubic-inch V8. The consignor states this is the original motor for the truck, and it certainly looks the part right down to the jack still mounted on the inner fender. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, the V8 makes the right power and torque to enjoy this 4x4 to the fullest. There have also been a few nice improvements along the way, such as glasspacks on the dual exhaust for a little extra growl, and newer Skyjacker shocks for better 4x4 maneuvering. But more than just an off-road machine, this is a great all around pickup. Power steering, front disc brakes, and the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive are welcomed features no matter if youre on the street or trail. Plus, the dual fuel tanks mean you can get further down the highway or deeper into nature. The sale come with good paperwork, including the dealer invoice, owners manual, and maintenance records. This is a classic truck with a high degree of originality and that only happens once. Are you ready to be a part of this history? Call now!