The S-10 is a compact pickup truck that was produced by Chevrolet from 1982 through 2003. It was the first domestically built pickup truck by an American automaker. This particular example started out as a clean unmolested truck with just over 60,000 original miles. During its transformation the engine received a significant upgrade from its stock 4 cylinder to a 396ci V8. The engine was rebuilt before being installed at which time it was bored .030 making it a 402 that is estimated to produce 400 hp. It is shifted with a 4 speed manual transmission and the power is put to the massive 28” Mickey Thompson tires via a 10 bolt posi rear end. Instead of tubbing the vehicle it was widened with dually flares that give this sweet little pickup a ton of attitude. Other notable attributes are the 6” cowl hood, the Weld aluminum racing rims, the custom tonneau cover and it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its custom side pipes. The interior boasts nice clean bucket seats with newer carpeting and custom gauges to monitor that big block. The vehicle has been driven a little over 3,000 miles since being built and is an absolute blast to drive. The price we have it listed it does not even cover the cost of the original truck and the parts used to build it let alone any of the hundreds of hours in labor. If you like what you see you best reach out before it’s too late!