This 1970 Chevrolet C10 has a bright intimidating look and ton of
custom details. So we know it already has youR attention. And
that's even before you check out the great upgrades like the
fuel-injected crate V8, overdrive transmission, and A/C
This truck makes a striking first impression. The orange paint Has
a deep and modern shine that radiates in the sunlight and looks
like it could almost glow in the dark. This upgraded paint sets the
right aggressive tone for the rest of the truck. After all, the
lowered suspension gives this a sporty stance, especially with the
black chrome Coys wheels nicely contrasting the orange. And the fit
and finish is so good on this one that the sleek Fleetside bed of a
later Chevy C/K has been added so seamlessly that it looks like it
has been there since day one.
Inside the orange and black theme continues. And you can also tell
they have made good investments here, like with the recently
re-covered seat. This has all the best features for modern comfort,
like the billet sports steering wheel on a tilt column, AM/FM/CD
stereo with aux input, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
Plus, the FI Tech GO-EFI controller mounted on the side of the
gauges is a clear indication that you're going to like what's under
the hood, too.
The color theme continues in the engine bay, too, where the smooth
orange inner fenders funnel all your attention to all the dark
accessories on the V8 in the middle. This is a 350 cubic-inch crate
engine, and it has the look of a fresh modern machine. Plus, this
was built for performance with the controllable fuel injection and
a set of headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. There's even
an aluminum radiator w/electric fans to help keep this package
running cool. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission offers a
nice balance of stout construction and overdrive comfort. Plus,
power steering, power brakes w/disc up front, the C10's trailing
arm rear suspension, GM serpentine belt system and wide Cooper
Cobra tires deliver an all-around good driving experience.
This Chevy looks aggressive and has the fuel-injected power to back
it up. But a mean-looking truck like this has also been upgraded to
be so nice to drive. So don't let this irresistible custom slip
away, call today!