The vibrant paint first attracts you to this 1967 GMC C10. But keep
looking through the whole package because you'll find a solid
investment in a powerful stroker V8, an overdrive transmission, and
a custom/comfy A/C interior. It proves that it is the exact kind of
classic that fits the description of the "total package."
Tangerine Orange is a vibrant color applied with care. So the truck
looks candy-coated. Heightening its attractiveness is plenty of
mirror-like brightwork on the grille, bumpers, and upgraded alloys.
It makes for a truck with bright paint and even brighter
chrome...that's truly a lasting first impression. But also take
some time to appreciate the details of this one. For example, the
reason why a modern clearcoat application looks so good on this
pickup is because it has some timeless curves. The squared-off hood
melts into a rounded fender line that runs the full profile of this
pickup. And you see this so well because there has been a solid
investment in this truck to erase any workman roots. The cowl hood,
wide dual cahoots tips, and large 20-inch Ridlers on a lowered
stance give it a true cruiser attitude. And the liner paint in the
bed looks great while also allowing you to use this upgraded
classic for Home Depot runs.
The interior is clean and attractive. And we particularly like how
it keeps plenty of vintage style but also mixes in modern appeal.
For example, you have a classic bench seat, but it's a fresh update
with comfy cloth inserts and integrated cup holders. And the
sliding rear glass can get old-school style breezes flowing through
the cab, but when that's not cool enough, this also has air
conditioning. The dash has a vintage appearance, and as you look
closer, you can see updates like the retro-style radio and updated
readouts, including the tach. And with a wood-rimmed steering
wheel, a tilt column, and a B&M ratchet shifter it has a proper
sport driver's feeling.
The slick painted inner walls of the engine bay are a great way to
showcase all the shine and tangerine of the motor. The powerhouse
is worth putting on display because it has the fresh and clean look
of an upgrade installed only about 3k miles ago. And this earns its
"Bad Boy Edition" valve covers with a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8
that has been further upgraded with a Brawler double-pumper
four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and Hedman headers
feeding the Flowmaster dual exhaust. It's a wicked powerhouse, and
the aluminum radiator with electric fans helps keep it running
cool. The upgraded 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission has a
mild stall. So it gives a good balance of performance driving and
overdrive cruising. Plus, the power steering, power brakes, front
discs, and grippy ZR-rated tires all make it a fine driver.
This GMC has been given all the right investments to be the truck
you've always wanted. And since it's turn-key ready today, you need
to call today!