There's a custom style to this 1968 Chevrolet C10 that's
immediately apparent just by the slick paint. And as you dig just a
little deeper, you're going to find a full restomod build done with
all your favorite details. This includes an adjustable airbag
suspension, custom A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and a
fuel-injected Vortec V8.
The Graphite paint reminds us of a freshly opened jar of caviar.
It's smooth, metallic, and true upper-class. Plus, the silver below
the rocker trim gives this a pure premium two-tone appeal. A bright
chrome front bumper, flush rear roll pan, and deleted badging make
it quite an attractive total package. But as true American steel,
there's also some extra attitude in this custom. You have a
mean-looking carbon fiber wrap on the grille, and the American
Racing alloys were also upgraded to coordinate. And bringing
together the look of polish and performance are those bright dual
exhaust tips in the back.
The dark and premium attitude continues inside. It's a well-done
driver's truck with an upgraded steering wheel and a tach mounted
on the steering column. And we especially like how the Bully Dog GT
digital tuner is incorporated into the dash. They also built a
custom center console to house the Blaupunkt AM/FM/CD stereo with a
touchscreen interface and Bluetooth. This Chevy also has some
thoughtful details to upgrade the vintage style. For example, you
have the classic bench seat redone to look good, and the door
panels were upgraded to modern TMI units that give you a nice
armrest. And While this is a 1968 truck, the cab is from a 1972
model to have the integrated air conditioning in the dash which
blows nice and cold.
The engine bay has the unmistakable look of a modern powerhouse.
This is a 5.3-liter Vortec V8 that was borrowed from a 2001 Tahoe
with reportedly approximately 65k miles on it, and the
fuel-injected engine means more power and consistency wrapped in a
tidy-looking package. She fires up readily and runs like this C10
was made this way from the factory and the Magnaflow headers let
this one exhale with added authority into the dual exhaust and
Flowmaster mufflers. Plus, the modern 4L60E four-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive from the same Tahoe means this C10
feels like it's always in the ideal gear whether you're in the
passing lane or cruising down the highway. It's a great driving
truck with power steering, power brakes, front discs, and the grip
of newer modern sport tires. Best of all you can quickly adjust
your stance and ride with the well-hidden but easily accessible
schrader valves for the suspension's airbags.
This truck gives you a premium look on the outside, thoughtful
comfort inside, and all the right upgrades under the hood. That's
why you need to get your hands on this all-around stunner. Call
1968 Chevrolet C10
Location:Ft Worth, Texas
Exterior Color:Graphite Metallic
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