Stk#065 1970 Chevrolet C10 Pickup
Restoration from Chassis Up
All Steel truck
Paint Black this slick and straight B/C-C/C paint is an Outstanding truck and a real attention getter! All body panels epoxy seal coat, Fesler no trim custom glass tinted, full digital air ride from Ride Tech with tubular control arms and truck arms, Four Corner Ride ride monitoring , Twin compressor system, 4-wheel power disc brakes, drop down battery box with Quick Disconnect, side exhaust coming through bed, custom offset American Racing wheels with Goodyear Eagle tires, bottom of bed painted Bed liner, bedsides, tailgate and bed front & bed wheel wells all painted like body, gas cap in bed, Satin front & rear bumpers, head light trim is black satin, custom grill polished front & black edges, front trim all black satin, custom door handles, dual outside mirrors black anodized .
Full custom interior, bucket seats covered in Mahogany and nutmeg leather, door panel custom made Mahogany and nutmeg leather, custom door handles and arm rest pull, custom A/C vents built in dash, heated seats, power windows with Billet switches, custom console covered in Mahogany and nutmeg with Auto Shifter, tilt column painted black with Billet knobs, custom Billet black steering wheel with woodgrain face, headliner two tone Mahogany and Nutmeg custom made with overhead console with map lights. Mahogany Sunvisor’s, dash face wrapped in Mahogany as is the glove box door. New chrome instrument cluster with Dakota Digital gauges, padded shifter on the Auto shifter. Light tan carpet with matching floor mats, kick panels Mahogany and carpet with speakers, Kenwood AM/FM/iPod, chrome sill plates Chevy Logo, custom made Rocker panel sill plate. Billet knobs. Gorgeous inside.
Powered by a LS3 6.2 all aluminum engine with 6L80E Automatic overdrive transmission, stainless headers, March pulley drive system. Aluminum Entropy Cooling system with twin fans, Vintage A/C & Heat, black covered hoses with black anodized ends, black engine cover, black brake booster and master cylinder, black anodized hood hinges, polished Billet EM hood lock, polished air intake tube with K&N Filter, black radiator filler panels with Chevrolet and logo on them, polished A/C compressor. All Billet pulleys, power steering, firewall and fender wells all slick and painted like truck. 12-Bolt Chevy rear end with Detroit Locker and 3:73 gears, aluminum drive shaft. PSI wiring. A real show piece. Drives and handles great! This truck is better than new! Photos don’t do it justice! Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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