Slick paint, a custom leather A/C interior, a five-speed stick, and four-wheel disc brakes are part of the attention-grabbing headlines for this 1963 Chevrolet C10. Plus, there's a beautiful monster lurking under the hood with a well-built 572ci V8 big block. And as you explore the pics and info, you can really see how they took the time to deliver a classic truck that's quite comfy, awesomely powerful, and all-around awesome.
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professional application with a huge gloss that lest everyone know it's a custom build where no expense was spared to create one of the coolest pickups around. And so the light just loves to roll off those curves. The body was fitted to make sure the panels are super straight. It allows for doors to have a smooth action, and the full-length trim to appear almost like unbroken lines. You have all the right desirable classic pieces, including the mirror-like shine of the bumpers and the glossy wood in the bed. It also has a sports truck style with an upgraded cowl hood, deleted badges, and dual exhaust tips. Plus, those 18-inch Foose alloys have a terrific stance with a larger rear set that helps emphasize where the power meets the pavement.
The tan leather interior makes this look like a top-of-the-line modern truck. It starts with two later model bucket seats that have the kind of bolstering that makes them all day comfortable. The tan headliner, door panels, dash, and carpeting create a uniform total package. You have the best in modern features, like ice-cold R134a air conditioning, a cup holder center console, power windows, and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo cleanly mounted overhead. And this one also has all the best components for the true driver's machine. This includes the tilt steering column, a custom chrome sports steering wheel, and a Hurst shifter. And the full Stewart Warner gauges have a cool/classic style that also lets you stay properly informed about what's going on in the engine bay.
When you open the hood, the smooth color-matched inner walls funnel all your attention to the big V8 in the middle. And this motor deserves to be on full display. It's a 572 cubic inch big block, and the consignor states the V8 was built by Hendrick Motorsports. We don't have the receipts to prove the history, but anyone who drives this will understand it feels like a huge power build. While the monster displacement is usually plenty of performance for most of us, this one also has been nicely enhanced. It's built right with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock intake, and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. The headers let this exhale with added power into the large 3-inch dual exhaust pipes and Magnaflow mufflers. It's supported by the right pieces, including an aluminum radiator with electric fan. So you get a big power package that's also built to still be drivable on the streets. In fact, a big part of deciding between mild and wild is how you choose to shift the five-speed manual transmission. And as you look underneath, you can see just how fresh the fully restored package really is. So it gives you plenty of confidence when driving. So do desirable features like the C10's trailing arms rear suspension, power steering, modern/grippy ZR-rated tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Power, comfort, confidence, and sleekness all come together on a thoughtfully packaged and nicely restored C10. Don't let this opportunity slip away. Call today!!!