ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS, FULLY RESTORED, 1971 CHEVROLET C-10 LONG BED UPGRADED TO A 383 STROKER W/400HP, AUTOMATIC, POWER STEERING, POWER 4 WHEEL DISC, CUSTOM INTERIOR, AND MORE...READY TO SHOW AND GO!!!
Fully Restored, show and go ready 1971 Chevrolet C-10 Long Bed. Finished in a beautiful Arctic Ice Blue color with super straight, rust free body in near flawless condition. Finished about 1 year ago with about 1000 miles since the restoration. Truck was originally an Alabama truck sold by original owner to guy in TN who did the restoration. Ground pounding 383 Stroker Crate motor pushing out 400hp. Holley Sniper Electronic Fuel Injection. Nice Cam. Ceramic coated headers breathing out the dual exhaust with great sounding flow masters. Lowered 3/4 with great stance and nice set of 20" American Racing Torq Polished wrapped in like new rubber. All new suspension front and rear, handles beautifully and smooth! Power steering and Power 4 wheel disc brake set up. Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission with about a 2800 stall. 12 bolt posi rear with 3.08 gears so great cruiser and also launches off the line like a scolded ape. Beautiful matching 2 tone custom interior with buckets and center console. Tilt column, tach in dash and aftermarket gauges under dash. Craftec Tonneau cover seals up nicely over the lined bed area. This truck is ready to show and go!! Asking price is $26,500. Serious buyers can call me at 770-359-8400. I have lots more pics for serious buyers if needed. I am also a Transport Broker and can get out of State buyers a great rate on open or enclosed transport.
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The Revs Institute (nee Collier Collection) recently reunited racer Gerard Larrousse with the 1967 Porsche 911R that he drove to victory in both the Tour de France and the Tour de Corse in 1969. Larrousse, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday, competed in sports car racing, rallying and Formula One during his career. He also […]
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