This highly customized one-off C10 was completed in 2017 as a 1971
C10 built with a custom 1968 front end. This truck has won several
awards, including Best Truck and People's Choice at the Super
Nationals Custom 2020 auto show in Albuquerque, NM. The
reverse-tilt hood is operated via an electronic lift system and
opens with the push of a button to reveal the engine underneath. It
has seen some extensive drivetrain modifications, and now features
a 330hp Mutha-Thumper-filled 350ci 8-cylinder engine backed by a
4-speed manual transmission, coilover rear suspension and 4-wheel
power disc brakes. The body has also been heavily modified, as the
cab has been stretched 6 inches, the B-pillars have been moved 2
inches forward and the cab has been fused to the bed for a
completely unique look. The body is channeled over an '83 Chevy S10
frame and sports a ducted hood and fused tailgate, which both give
it a unique look. The extensive bodywork is covered in PPG black
over silver with several coats of clear. The interior has been
finished in red paint and bright red Corvette vinyl upholstery. The
instrument panel has been moved to the center of the dash for a
unique custom look. Finally, this truck puts the power to the
ground via brand-new red line custom wheels wrapped in Michelin
Pilot Sport tires.
1971 Chevrolet C10
Exterior Color:BLACK AND SILVER
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