That big hood scoop is absolutely out to devour everything. That's
because this 1983 Chevrolet C10 Pro Street pickup has the big block
muscle to consume just about every other vehicle out there. It's a
stunning full custom treatment that takes this blue-collar pickup
to an entirely new level, and you get to enjoy the full custom
power package from the comfort of an A/C interior.
There's no way anyone will mistake this fleetside Chevy pickup for
a contractor's ride. The huge air grabber in the hood draws as much
attention as the intimidatingly wide billet grille. And the full
truck is dipped in a striking red finish. It has the deep and
glossy look that that tells you this went on with a careful and
professional hand. There's even a terrific full graphics package
that gives its own custom take on this truck's premium side trim.
Rivaling the paint for shine is the diamond plate in the truck bed.
You'll also spot the tubbed rear wheel wells, battery box, and fuel
cell - all signs of a thoughtful big power build. There's even more
polish from the Weld Racing wheels. They continue to draw attention
to how massively tubbed the rear end is. So while you have a bright
and shining total package, this one also doesn't try to hide its
nature or make any apologies for being the instigator.
While the exterior is all about showing off power, the inside adds
some comfort into the mix. So even though the interior continues
with the aggressive red theme, it also feels great on the supple
leather upholstery. The upgraded seats have bucket-like comfort,
and the middle jump seat folds down into a cup holder center
console. Custom/comfy red door panels, smooth red dash, and a suede
headliner show off an awesome presentation. The carpeting is done
in a deeper red to coordinate with the color theme while also
showing less dirt - so yes, it's a thoughtful total setup. There's
even power steering and cold-blowing air conditioning. But what
you'll really love is how this one is also built to be a true
sports truck. You have a leather-wrapped Grant GT steering wheel on
a tilt column, and it gives you a clear view to the full AutoMeter
Ultra Lite II gauges with large speedo and tach. There's also
aluminum pedals and a B&M floor shifter.
The motor may be a monster, but it's also ready for show time. The
smooth inner walls are deep and dark, so it funnels all your
attention to the bright and tidy big block setup. In fact, the
special billet aluminum air grabber was a $470+ investment alone.
The 572 cubic-inch V8 is the largest crate motor from GM, and this
one has all the right go-fast goodies. That means aluminum heads,
an aluminum intake, and topped with a Quick fuel four-barrel
carburetor. It's also supported by the right components, like an
MSD billet pro distributor, electric fuel pump, serpentine belt
system, upgraded pulleys, and a large aluminum radiator w/electric
fans. Hedman long tube headers add even more power while
contributing to the wicked rumble of the H-pipe dual exhaust. The
big V8 feeds a stout TH350 three-speed automatic transmission with
TCI Ultimate Street Fighter torque converter and 3500 stall.
Keeping those massive Mickey Thompson tires planted to the ground
is a four-link rear with stabilizer link and QA1 adjustable
coilovers. Plus, stopping is well in-hand with power front disc
The sale comes complete with build receipts and the owner's manual.
Be the envy of every muscle car out there with this stout pro
street truck. Call today!!!