For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet C10 in Charlotte, North Carolina

Vehicle Description

It's no secret that Chevrolet builds some of the most celebrated trucks on the planet. From the 490 Series forward, every generation has found a solid following and, eventually, firm footing in the collector car world. Over the past few years, we've featured plenty of show stopping bowties, and this sleek Action Line resto-mod is just the latest in a series of sweet Chevy head turners. Mixing 6.2 liters of buttery LSA V8 with a tough 6L90 6-speed, and slick street rod aesthetics that'll park well at any show, this clean classic is simply fantastic. Shopping for a choice collectable that mixes timeless swagger with svelte style? Take a close look at this awesome C10!


Fully sorted and ready to roll, this sweet Chevy walks a fine line between sport and shine. Under the truck's rich two-stage, a solid fuselage hangs clean panels that have been carefully massaged by the pros at Easley, South Carolina's King's Kustomizing. And that body's combination of great reflections and flat surfaces illustrate how, over the course of this classic's five-year, six-figure build, quality certainly took precedence over time. A nicely contrasted grille hangs LED parking lamps between trick United Pacific headlights that are finished with nicely contrasted buckets. A shaved hood fronts color-keyed wipers, which clear a tinted greenhouse that's finished with muted trim and one-piece side glass. Billet mirrors reflect a sleek profile that's been shaved of everything but polished handles and custom exhaust outlets. Behind the cab, an aluminum bed floor swirls monochromatic texture around a billet fuel filler. And at the back of the truck, traditional taillights frame a smoothed tailgate and a requisite roll pan.


This pickup's top-notch restoration is built around 6.2 liters of stout LSA V8 that pumps out a massive 556 horsepower straight for the factory! Exclusive to the second-generation Camaro ZL1 and second-generation Cadillac CTS-V, the LSA utilizes a lightweight aluminum block and big Eaton blower to spin up an easy nine pounds of boost. Inside the internally balanced mill, a forged crank, powdered connecting rods and hypereutectic pistons join a low-lift roller cam to create stout 9.1 to 1 compression. That compression is managed by reinforced, LSA-specific heads, which hide lucid roller rockers under factory coils and factory valve covers. Those heads get fed by Aeromotive fuel components, which are a perfect complement to a custom air tube, a factory throttle body and a remote filter element. Beneath that tube, a heavy duty serpentine belt spins a muted alternator opposite a muted Sanden AC compressor. A color-keyed radiator keeps things cool with the help of a polished expansion tank and dual SPAL puller fans. Exhaust is handled by coated Hedman Husler Hedders. And the truck's crisp silver engine bay is dotted with first class accessories like polished tanks, tailored wire sleeves and a familiar Wilwood master cylinder.


Behind that trusty powerplant, a smooth 6L90 6-speed, likely sourced from the same low-mile CTS-V as the aforementioned LSA, twists torque to a tough 12-bolt axle. Everything rolls low and mean on a fully adjustable QA-1 suspension that's built with big sway bars, tubular control arms, coil-over-shocks and tubular truck arms. Power rack-and-pinion steering makes parking easy and turns a cinch. Quick stops come courtesy of power-assisted discs, which clamp hard in front of Belltech drop spindles. The aforementioned headers feed heat-wrapped Black Widow mufflers, which roar through stainless, Mandrel-bent pipes. Choice detailing includes a custom fuel tank, an electric parking brake and two Optima batteries. And power meets the pavement through sweet Budnik Knifes, which spin 235/50R20 Pirelli Scorpion Zeros in front of 305/40ZR20 Pirelli P Zeros.


Swivel the doors and you'll reveal a lovingly customized cockpit that's classy in all the right ways. A sculpted TMI bench looks great between modern shoulder belts and fade-free carpet. A stylized dash hangs tasteful Dakota Digital telemetry beside cool Vintage Air conditioning and a Kenwood touchscreen head unit that bumps big kick speakers. Sculpted door panels point billet handles in front of quick power windows. A long Lokar shifter rides a handsome console between metal foot pedals and a billet rearview mirror. The driver spins a Budnik GTV steering wheel around a tilting column. And modern conveniences include Keyless Entry and Pushbutton Start.

Perpetually cool and visually stunning, this awesome Chevy is a classic example of the skill and creativity that defines our hobby. Backing great presence with excellent restoration, it presents the rare opportunity to land a well-done showstopper that's fresh, formidable and ready to shine. Don't miss your chance to own this sweet C10!


Choice Chevy C10 resto-mod that's the product of a professional, five-year build

6.2 liter GM LSA V8 with 556 horsepower

GM 6L90 6-speed automatic transmission

12-bolt rear axle

Modern air conditioning

Power rack-and-pinion steering

4-wheel power disc brakes

Fully adjustable QA-1 suspension with Belltech drop spindles

Custom TMI interior with Keyless Entry, power windows and modern audio

Tastefully modified body

20-inch Budnik Knife wheels with Pirelli tires

Stainless side-exit exhaust with Hedman Husler Hedders and Black Widow mufflers

Build receipts

All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection

We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Chevrolet C10
  • Listing ID: CC-1681315
  • Price: $124,900
  • Location:Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:C10
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Odometer:35247
  • Stock Number:137465
  • VIN:CS147B126580
Listed By:
RK Motors Charlotte
7600 Statesville Road
Suite H
Charlotte, NC 28269

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