Slick paint and big block power make this 1969 Chevrolet C10
Stepside a very cool cruiser. But you haven't even seen the best
part yet. The upgraded interior not only has A/C to keep you comfy
but there's also a controller for the full air ride suspension. So
you can just imagine getting into the parking lot where this one
grabs attention with its rumble, and then it remains absolutely
memorable as you dial-in the ideal stance.
The steel blue metallic is a great color for this truck. It's a
more modern hue, and so it sets the tone for a pickup that has been
upgraded. As you get closer, you can see this has some cool
upgrades, like the shaved door handles with electric poppers, flush
rear pan, large exhaust tips, and Cadillac-style LED taillights.
And those 18-inch Coys wheels look great no matter if the
adjustable suspension is riding high like a classic truck or
getting into lowrider mode. These are the right kind of additions
that make this pickup a true individual. But they also took the
time to make sure it never loses that classic feeling. After all,
we love the look of the stepside bed for the classic rounded
fenders. And this one shows it off right down to the details like
the gloss real wood on the bed floor and new step plates on the
Just like the exterior, the interior keeps the pickup's classic
style, but it also makes sure to upgrade this for more comfort and
freshness. You see it in the freshly recovered black bench seat.
This goes well with the smooth dash, clean door panels, and soft
carpeting w/protective mats all done in black. There are nice
upgrades like the stainless steel cup holders and a Pioneer
AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth (it likely just needs the speakers
hooked up to fully function.) There's the classic setup of side
vent windows and sliding rear glass to get old-school breezes
through this pickup. But whenever that's not enough, this has also
been upgraded with cold blowing R134a air conditioning. This is
also built to be a true driver's pickup with a Grant GT sports
steering wheel on a tilt column. And the cool blue glow of the
Dakota Digital gauges goes well with the exterior blue that returns
on the dash.
The engine bay is filled with big block power. It looks clean with
tidy wires, good hoses, and plenty of polished components like
aluminum valve covers and air topper. This 454 cubic-inch V8 has
been upgraded with the right pieces, like a Quick Fuel four-barrel
carburetor, High rise Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and headers.
There's even an upgraded aluminum radiator to help keep it all
running cool. It fires up eagerly, and the dual exhaust's growl
lets everyone know you have a power pickup. Plus, this has good
driving features like power steering, a three-speed automatic
transmission, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern/grippy
Power, individual style, and vintage appeal all come together to
make a great pickup that you know you need to get in your garage.