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For Sale: 1965 Chevrolet C10 in Seekonk, Massachusetts

Vehicle Description


Known as, “Cooked”, this fearsome 1965 Chevrolet C10 Pickup Custom is an over-the-top build and bad to the bone! It was designed by car designer Tristan Pengelly of Renderings by Tristan located in Canada. It was built by Chris Cerce and his team at Chris Cerce Customs located in Taunton, MA. It was featured in the first issue of Truck Hub magazine in the Summer 2020 which is included. As the VIN number indicates this truck was built at the Atlanta factory as a 1965 Chevrolet ½ Ton Longbed 2WD Pickup. It was discovered by classic car collector and enthusiast Dave Delancey of Middleboro, MA. Having worked with Chris on a number of prior builds, Dave wanted to create the most awesome 65 C10 on planet earth. Dave understood it was going to take multiple years and an open checkbook. The build started in September of 2018 and was completed in December of 2019. Since completion it’s logged 496 miles and this is the first it’s been listed for sale. It’s powered by a Don Hardy LSA V8 with a Whipple Supercharger with 925HP and a TCI Automotive GM 4L80E Street Fighter automatic transmission. The Roadster Shop Chassis provides full chassis performance for the ultimate driving experience. This is one of the best vehicles ever offered from MS CLASSIC CARS collection.

The exterior of this C10 is so beautiful it’s hard to put into words. The stylish and sporty design is truly timeless especially when it’s been slightly customized like this example. The cab was removed from the original chassis and media blasted. The body was sprayed with epoxy primer before the custom metal work was started. The body received new floors, lower A-pillars, cab corners, door bottoms and a fender. The body was laser leveled and all the panels were precisely gapped to one another. To be clear, the body lines and gaps are at a much higher level than the factory ever produced. The bed was widened to match the bodyline of the cab which looks amazing. It was finished in Porsche Carmine Red from Axalta with five coats of Spies Hecker high solids clear coat. The paint work is exceptional throughout and was recently detailed to a show quality shine by MS CLASSIC CARS. The front windshield including the rubber seal was replaced new. The rear window was also replaced new and flush mounted. The two vent windows with chrome trim were replaced new and the door glass was left original. All the glass is slightly tinted throughout. Everything on the exterior was replaced or restored such as the cab chrome trim, wiper arms, front grille with black Chevrolet letters, parking light bezels, parking light lenses and bodyside moldings. The front chrome bumper was narrowed and tucked. The rear chrome bumper was narrowed, flipped upside down and tucked. It’s equipped with H4 LED headlights. The rear bed pockets were filled and rear bed tubs were fabricated to accommodate larger wheels. The entire rear bed was finished in matte Red for a slightly different appearance then the exterior color. The rear bed authentic Zebra wood was imported from Africa and painted with eleven coats of clear for a super glossy finish. The rear bed was decorated with chrome bed rails, polished bolts and tow hooks in all four corners. A fuel filler was fabricated and concealed in the far driver’s side corner of the rear bed. The truck has a killer stance on custom 20” Forgeline “Grudge” 3-piece wheels that have a polished outer lip and Bronze Metallic power coated inner lip and center with polished edges. The wheels are wrapped with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires that are 285-30-20 on the front and 345-30-20 on the rear.

The custom interior of this C10 is also so beautiful it’s hard to describe in words. Ben Hermance of Hermance Designs located in Worchester, MA designed the complete interior. It was then brought to life by JK Automotive located in Stoneham, MA. This is a one-of-a-kind interior that’s the perfect blend of the original design and modern upgrades. During the build process the floor was extended 4” and the cab was widened 3” behind the seat to allow for more interior space. The floors were covered with a special paint material for sound deadening. Items like the headliner, dash and mini-console were all fabricated. The metal smoothed and painted in a light brown base with a matte clear. A new wiring kit from Ron Francis was installed. The sun visors, panel under dash, kick panels, door panels, center console, bench seat and rear panels were upholstered with Hydes tan imported leather. This leather looks rich and is soft to the touch. The sun visors have custom chrome clips to hold them in place when not in use. The factory dash was outfitted with Classic Instruments black gauges which include rpm, speedometer, temperature, voltage, oil, fuel, boost and transmission. The dash is also home to the headlights knob, wipers knob, ignition, cigarette lighter, Vintage Air conditioning control panel and Retrosound system. It also has a functioning glove box with the word Chevrolet on the black trim piece. The lower dash panel has custom buttons that operate the high beam lights and electric emergency brake. It’s equipped with a Flaming River tilt column and custom designed CON2R 2-spoke steering wheel with chrome horn button. The door panels are pieces are art work with magnetic hidden fasteners, arm rests, door handles, power window controls and vintage speaker covers. The Glide Engineering bench seat frame, fold down arm rest and seat belts provides comfortability along with safety. The center console was designed with cup holders, wireless cell phone charging station and USB ports. The custom Lokar black pedals and German square weave carpeting with custom built in floor mats add the final touch of class. A set of map pockets are hidden behind the folding bench seat.

The engine compartment is highly detailed with many custom features and parts. The vision of the engine compartment was to make it look clean and simple with minimal exposed wires. The backside of the hood was finished in satin black and is held with hood pumps. The firewall was custom fabricated to accommodate the custom power plant. The firewall was smoothed for a clean appearance. The inner fenders were custom fabricated to accommodate larger wheels and the bead-rolled pattern matches the rear tubs in the bed. The radiator support was also custom fabricated. Upon completion the entire engine bay was painted body color which surrounds the centerpiece. The heart of this C10 is a Supercharged LSA V8 engine that was built by Don Hardy Race Engines located in Floydada, TX. The engine was dyno tested and produced 926HP at 6,800 RPM and 835 lb-ft of torque at 5,100 RPM. The engine specifications sheet and dyno sheet are included. The engine is a Chevrolet Performance LSA cast-aluminum block with six-bolt main, 4340 forged steel crank, 4340 H-beam rods, Diamond forged pistons and Dart LS3 PRO1 280cc aluminum heads with 68cc chambers. The engine was outfitted with a 2.9L Whipple twin-screw Supercharger, Holley Dominator EFI system 85-pound FAST Precision Flow injectors, Nick Williams Performance 102mm throttle body and LS7 coils.

The undercarriage is also highly detailed with many custom features and parts. The underside was finished in satin black for a smooth and clean appearance. The body sits on a new Roadster Shop Spec Series Chassis number #003344 which was also painted satin black. 

Vehicle Details

  • 1965 Chevrolet C10
  • Listing ID: CC-1705464
  • Price: Best Offer
  • Location:Seekonk, Massachusetts
  • Year:1965
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:C10
  • Exterior Color:Red
  • Interior Color:Tan
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Engine Size:V-8
  • Odometer:496
  • Stock Number:DD
  • Trim Level: Pickup Custom - Supercharged LSA V8 w/ 925HP
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Excellent
  • Seat Material:Leather
  • Engine History:Replaced
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive
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