The mid 1960’S pickup landscape was dominated by the bowtie and Chevrolet engineering. With the philosophy that working class didn’t mean second class, Chevrolet continued to generate buzz implementing more complex and stylish trucks. With over 200 distinct trucks available based on options by 1963, Chevrolet Pickups were the standard throughout the country. In 2019 trends are shifting to a new generation discovering the splendor of this era’s truck. Becoming more popular, the classic truck movement is in full swing. With that said, take a look at this elegantly restored 1966 Chevrolet C10 Custom. This truck is show ready with every element painstakingly thought-out. This classics exterior is dressed in a profound black paint with bottomless sheen. The exterior is perfectly balanced by masses of silver and chrome by way of the grill, bumpers, handles, side accents, lettering and American Racing Wheels. The outside is immaculate and finished with tasteful qualities to the truck bed, through a finely finished wood plank floor, painted bedsides, black vinyl raising tonneau cover and even a mirror at the bed front. The glamour of the box alone is worthy of car show hardware. Inside the awe continues with a two tone grey bench seat and door pads, grant steering wheel, cloth headliner, and Jenson AM/FM/CD. Moving under the hood brings to fruition a chrome detailed 388 stroker motor equipped with an edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor, aluminum heads, headers, and duel exhaust, all linked to a 700 R4 column shift automatic transmission. For your convenience a dash switch was added to disable overdrive if desired. The truck bodes power front disk and rear drum brakes, power steering, P295/50/R15 rear and P245/60/R15 front BF Goodrich Tires. This Pickup is a genuine head turner that has been delicately massaged into an award winner wherever it goes. With only 7,568 miles showing on the odometer, this truck is ready for many years of trophy gathering and peaceful backroad drives.