The vivid paint, a plush bucket seat interior, and overdrive
transmission make this 1971 Chevrolet C10 restomod a cool cruiser.
And the stroker V8, upgraded suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes
will prove that this low-mileage looker also knows how to haul on
This build only has about 2,300 miles on it. That makes for a fresh
look that starts with the paint. The dark blue has a modern
clearcoat finish that takes full advantage of the ultra-sleek style
that comes from sport mirrors, deleted badging, and shaved door
handles. Even the bumpers were integrated in the name of a smoother
style. The white roof adds a touch of classic style, but since the
two-tone has plenty of metallic element, it also gives off plenty
of modern flair in the sunshine. And just to make sure everyone
knows this is a sport truck, it's not riding on a terrific set of
22-inch wheels with spokes wide enough to clearly see the red brake
calipers. In total, it's a true restomod that adds a lot of modern
appeal to the classic lines you love.
Pop the remote door openers to reveal even more custom details
awaiting you inside. You have plush leather bucket seats that
provide plenty of comfort. There's a jump seat in the middle, but
you'll just like it better for folding down to give you a cup
holder center console. The door panels, carpeting, and dash pad are
also all fresher investments done in coordinating shades of gray.
There are more cup holders on the dash, and we bet you'll use one
of those to mount your phone so you can plug it into the aux input
of the Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo. There's a sporty chrome steering
wheel on a tilt column, and beyond that are crisp AutoMeter
Pro-Comp gauges with large speedo and tach.
Grab your sunglasses before looking under the hood, because the
full polished presentation is award-worthy. There's plenty of
chrome components such as valve covers, air cleaner, alternator,
pulleys, and brake booster. Plus, the inner fenders were deleted to
let the suspension be part of this engine bay art. At the center of
all this is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8. That means big block
displacement in a small block weight. Plus, this has a Holley
four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, and long tube headers
feeding an X-pipe dual exhaust. The suspension is set up for a
powerful truck like this with CPP tubular control arms up front,
the C10's trailing arm rear, and upgraded springs. And this is
built to be a sharp all-around driver with power steering,
four-wheel power disc brakes, grippy ZR-rated tires, and a 700R4
four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
Complete with build receipts, this is a bold, powerful, and sharp
total package that makes for an outstanding restomod pickup. Don't
miss this deal, call today!!!