This 1992 Chevrolet C1500 is a very cool restomod that includes a
freshly awesome V8, metallic paint, custom upgrades, and rear tires
so wide it looks like a dually. So take a closer look at a sleek
and speedy muscle truck.
This one looks custom from every angle. Up front, this has some of
the blackout style you love in the Silverado 454 SS. But it's also
done with its own flair with details like the billet grille and
large cowl hood. The sides are extra-sleek with the deleted door
handles and most of the trim. The rear looks absolutely sporty with
a custom smoother style that also looks like it borrowed the tail
lights and exhaust tips from a Corvette. But your favorite custom
detail has to be the dually fenders that actually are hiding
15-inch wide Mickey Thompson tires with deep and shining Coys alloy
wheels. This is all finished in a deep black that gives you a
mean-as-midnight style. And when you do take it out in the noon
sun, this special paint has a terrific radiance thanks to a
metallic element. But this is more than just a show truck. The
liner paint in the bed coordinates in black, and it will also
protect the look of this one even if you use it for real pickup
Pop the remote door openers, and this one will show off more
versatility. After all, this is a later model extended cab pickup.
That means you get comfortable cloth bucket seats up front with a
center console in-between. Plus, there's room in the back for
family and friends, or you can just use it as secure and lockable
storage for valuable cargo. This is loaded with factory features
like power windows, cruise control, a tilt steering column, cup
holders, a sliding rear window, and cold blowing air conditioning.
There's even an upgraded AM/FM touchscreen radio with Bluetooth.
It's your gateway to the Kicker subwoofer stereo system.
This is the kind of truck you're going to want to show off, and so
the engine bay makes sure it's show-worthy, too. This tidy setup is
because, while this is an actual miles truck, the motor was just
professionally installed in 2019. And while it looks good, what
you'll really love is the substance behind the style. It's a 406
cubic-inch V8 LS related iron block that's built with an Eagle
stroker kit, aluminum heads, Comp Cams LS hydraulic roller
camshaft, ARP studs, Manley rods, a Holley aluminum intake, and
topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It also has good
supporting components, like the serpentine belt system, dual
electric fans, an Optima battery, and MSD ignition. The four-speed
automatic transmission is an upgraded 4L60E TCI unit. So you get
confident shifting from a stout unit, and at the same time, it can
get you into overdrive comfort with ease. Power steering, power
brakes, and front discs complete this solid driving package.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and maintenance
records. This is a great custom that's wild where you love it and
practical where you want it. It's a powerful custom pickup that you
don't want to miss. Call today!!!