With plenty of speedy style on the outside and enhanced V8 power
under the hood, this 1971 Chevrolet C10 pickup knows how to be an
attractive cruiser. And as complete as this one is, the value price
on the popular C10 line means you can also have room in your budget
to add even more custom details.
This C10 has a cool custom sense of style. It's in detail upgrades
like the cowl hood, crystal-clear headlights, and deleted badges.
And the upgrade to Ridler wheels with an 18/20 inch front/rear
stagger gives it plenty of polish and a sporty stance. The
electric-like blue paint attracts real attention, but it's not
looking to be too showy. Instead, it has the right gloss to look
good at the stoplights but with an overall finish that won't make
you afraid to take it out on the streets. After all, some of the
best customs are true cruisers. And this one has the right features
for driving, like the ZR-rated performance tires and an aerodynamic
tonneau cover over the bed. And if it's time for real truck work,
the cover rolls back to reveal liner paint protecting the full
Inside, the blue returns on the metal pieces, and it's joined by a
tasteful black on the taut door panels, soft dash pad, and
carpeting. It makes for a nice classic atmosphere. And the Chevy
dual-spoke steering wheel has a simple style that gives you a clear
view of the gauges. But because this vintage pickup also likes
being a better cruiser, they upgraded the bench seat with comfy
diamond cloth pattern inserts.
The smooth black walls of the engine bay funnel your attention to
the V8 in the middle. It has a nice look with a tidy setup, plenty
of polished components, and a clean black Chevy air grabber. More
than just look nice, this is a hardy 350 cubic-inch V8 that has
been enhanced with an Edelbrock AVS2 four-barrel carburetor, a
Weiand Speed Warrior aluminum intake, and headers that feed the
rumbling dual exhaust. You'll also spot the right supporting
components, like the case center-bolt valve covers, a large
aluminum radiator, an HEI ignition, and an Optima red top battery.
This hardy V8 connects to a stout but smooth TH400 three-speed
automatic transmission on its way to the strong 12-bolt rear end.
It's a solid driver, and an overall solid cruiser thanks to
features like power steering, power brakes, front discs, and the
C10's desirable trailing arm rear suspension.
This C10 has the style and substance that makes for a terrific
driver that turns heads at every stoplight. Don't let this one slip
away, call today!