We could try to lie and tell you that this 1965 Chevrolet C10 is perfect to haul your Home Deport run, but really you know that this was only meant to haul one thing. With a supercharged big block V8, tubbed rear wheels, and race-ready interior, there is no cooler or faster pickup for the money out there.
Ok, one look at this Chevy and everyone instantly knows it's a mean street machine. The large air grabber with the butterfly valves, huge rear tires, roll cage mounted in the bed, and aggressive lowered stance are instant indications that this pickup wants to go fast. But take a moment to look at the fundamentals, too. The dark black paint has a mirror-like appearance that rivals for shine with the bumpers and Boyd Coddington continuation alloy wheels. This is a total package where the full sweeping side trim is not only complete, but it introduces a nice bold teal, too. This color is repeated on the tailgate lettering and butterfly valves for a very thoughtful uniform appearance. And that's not the only place you'll find it...
Open the door to where the colors have swapped where the teal is the primary and black is used for the accents. But the full uniform appearance is not what first caught your eye about this interior. Racing bucket seats, full roll cage, and a Hurst Quarter Stick shifter immediately greet you and let you know it's time to get down to business. Slip behind the grippy Grant three-spoke steering wheel, and you'll gaze at nothing but polished dash panels and a complete set of AutoMeter gauges. It's about right now that you realize this is the wildest ride you can ever hang a license plate off the back.
You already knew that there was something powerful under the hood, but you don't understand just how wicked it is until you actually see the engine bay. A special tubular frame was created to add strength and contain this beastly V8. It's a 454 cubic-inch big block that has been bored .30 over. It has been fortified for combat with square port heads, roller rockers, comp hydraulic blower, cam dish blower pistons, and dual Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors. Oh yeah, and there's also a Weiand supercharger to makes sure this is the king of big power big blocks. This V8 is backed up by the right components like a Howe aluminum radiator, electric fan, braided steel hoses, and MSD ignition. And just in case the sight of this V8 didn't indicate to everyone the superior power of this monster motor, the rumble of the header-fed side exhaust certainly will. Making sure the power gets to ground is a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission with a 3,500 RPM stall. This feeds a Ford 9-inch rear running 4.10 gears, which is ideal for power take offs. But the traction upgrades don't end there. The triangulated four-link coilover rear help keep those massive 31x18.5 Mickey Thompson tires on the ground (it also helps the fuel cell was moved over the rear for more traction.) Plus, there's power steering and four-wheel disc brakes to keep you the master of this beastly Chevy.
Complete with the little things like the owner's manual, you can tell someone really went into the details with this build. So when the baddest pro street truck around is available now at such an affordable price, you know you have to act quickly. Call today!!!