This 1965 Chevrolet C10 is one of those cool custom builds that a lot of time and money was invested in it to make it look like a shop truck/barn find, that really can blow everyone's doors off.
Your first impression is that you're looking at Grandpa's parts hauler. After all, you've seen a better coat of white paint on an old refrigerator. But then you start to look at the details... Is that top and rear of the cab actually painted a shiny and deep red? Are the wheels painted just as nicely to match? Why do those trim rings looks so bright? And the real wood truck bed is so glossy, too! Yes, this pickup has been purposely patina'd to fall somewhere in between a rusty old rod and secret barn burner. And you have to admit, the overall impression is striking. It has you looking at every little detail for the added features like the blue dot taillights, custom lights in the grill, or the aggressively lowered stance.
Inside is the same striking custom presentation. The cow print inserts on the black bench are immediately eye catching, but you might not notice that its actually part of a larger coordinating color scheme of the weathered white with black trim that's seen throughout the interior. As the driver, you get everything you need thanks to the Billet Specialties sports steering wheel and the full set of AutoMeter gauges. We know you're already thinking about what it would be like the grab the eight ball shifter and row your way through the gears, as the wind whips through the cabin and out the sliding rear window.
Under the hood is what makes this pickup the complete cool package. You get the show-off shine of the valve covers and air cleaner, but beneath that is some real power. The built 350 cubic-inch small block with a lumpy cam inhales deeply with a Holley Street Avenger four-barrel carburetor and Street Dominator intake. It exhales with authority through headers that feed the Flowmaster dual exhaust exiting out of the side. It's a powerful V8 that you get complete control over the speed and the sound thanks to the four-speed manual. And while this pickup is specifically built to look like a hardcore machine, it cannot escape the easy driving nature of the C10's independent front suspension and trailing arm rear.
This Chevy has an amazing attitude that tells the world you have a different definition of cool. But something this unique and affordable won't stay long in our showroom. Call today!!