This 1976 Chevrolet K10 Silverado 4x4 is a custom 4x4 with bright
paint, an upgraded interior, an overdrive transmission, and proper
V8 power. It's all quite appealing, but that's not what first
caught your eye. We all know the first thing that you spotted - and
everyone else sees, too - is that awesome lifted stance that lets
you sit above the other trucks.
The boxy bodywork, meaty tires, and sky-high lift give this one the
intimidation factor you love. But the more time you spend with this
one, the more you see the quality of the full package. The silver
paint is a modern application with clearcoat luster and a metallic
element. So there's plenty of radiance when the sunshine hits the
body panels. And the black pinstripes are a thoughtful addition
that looks great with the fender flares. The cowl hood adds plenty
of sporty appeal, and the same goes for the side exhaust tips.
Plus, this has good fundamentals with pliable weather-stripping,
clear glass, and clean lights. Chrome is also attractive with the
front bumper, bezels, and grille all putting a bright face forward.
And some of the brightwork pieces also add function, such as the
diamond plate cab edge protectors, rear step bumper, and the
awesome-looking roll bar in the bed.
The interior has some thoughtful updates. The seats are high-back
racing buckets with plenty of bolstering and shoulder belts. And
when you're not using the center seat, it folds down into a useful
cup holder console. And everything from clean carpeting to the
smooth dash has the look of a good investment. There are even nice
classic details, like the working key buzzer and sliding rear
window. As the driver, you have an upgraded steering wheel which
gives you a nice view of the wraparound gauge panel and the road
Under the hood is a well-built 350 cubic-inch V8. It has a tidy
style with good fundamentals where the belts, wires, and hoses look
new. It has the right upgrades, like an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the dual
exhaust. This makes for a strong power package that fires up
easily, idles nicely, and makes a sweet V8 tune. The two-speed 4x4
transfer case keeps you moving forward with ease even when the
pavement ends, and this is aided by all that extra ground clearance
and the traction of Cooper Discoverer tires. And while you likely
will use this one more for fun than commuting, the power steering,
power brakes, and front discs are great any-time driving features.
And the four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is an
upgrade with all-around appeal.
This is the sharp-looking Silverado that has both versatility and
intimidation. It's the kind of lifted classic 4x4 that you just
know will look best in your driveway. Call today!!!