Offered for sale is a copiously restored 1960 Chevrolet C-10
finished in turquoise and white, Resto Mod pickup truck. It began
as a restoration with obvious attention given to every detail. The
front end was donated from a Corvette with front disc brakes and
power steering. The freshly built 350 engine was fitted with a .228
cam, Edelbrock intake and ASV2 4 barrel carb, and headers with a
Flowmaster 10 2 " exhaust system. All new lines supply fuel from a
new rear mounted tank. The newly built upgraded 350 transmission
and floor mounted shift kit supplies power to a new set of American
Racing 17 inch chrome wheels mounted up to a set of 235 65 R17
tires. An all new fuse block and wiring harness (from front to
back) powers an electronic ignition system and an American made
Digital Intellitronix gauge set with full instrumentation. The
motor is cooled by a new aluminum radiator with automatic electric
fans, and the cabin is cooled by a new Old Air Products air
conditioning system. An ATI retro Bluetooth stereo system delivers
breath-taking sound to finish off the completely new interior. New
chrome bumpers (front and rear) and new oak bed flooring
compliments the premium Johnny Walker Customs Paint two tone paint
scheme. New glass all around provides clear vision to complete this
one of a kind custom restoration that will show and drive to your
1960 Chevrolet C10
Interior Color:Turquoise and White
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