Slick paint, a custom A/C interior, and stroker V8 power are part of the attention-grabbing headlines for this 1971 Chevrolet C10 Custom Deluxe. And as you explore the pics and info, you can really see how they took the time to deliver a classic truck that's comfy, coordinated, powerful, and all-around awesome.
The full restoration on this truck was only completed in 2020, and so it's a total package that shows far more freshens and far less use. It declares this level of quality .....
investment from the moment the sunshine radiates off the awesome red paint. There's also a nicely coordinated black accent that comes from the full-length side trim, tailgate lettering, and drop-in bed liner. Well-fitting panels, nicely aligned doors, good trim, and bright chrome bumpers are all part of a thoughtful classic truck that gets its fundamentals right. But the lowered stance and polished US Mags alloys with 20/22 inch front/rear stance are there to make sure that this Chevy is recognized for more than just its vintage appeal.
The sporty side of this truck gets further revealed inside. After all, the red stitching on the contoured seat will almost make you feel like Ferrari made this pickup. There are the right luxuries, like plush carpeting with Lloyds mats, an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth, kick panel speakers, a cup holder, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And restoring the classic C10 door panels with the western pattern and wood-like inserts was a stylishly vintage touch. Plus, upgrades like the sports steering wheel and AutoMeter auxiliary readouts remind you this is also a driver's truck.
Just like the rest of this truck, the engine bay looks crisp and clean from all the right investments. The exterior-matching glossy red looks particularly impressive here because they not only used it for the smooth inner walls, but also for the valve covers and engine block. And the overall tidy style is the kind of freshness that wins awards. But the real purpose of this engine bay is to make some serious power. We're told this small block is a 383 cubic-inch stroker motor, and it has the strong feel of stout power. It's built with performance components, like a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and long tube headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. It even has the right supporting components, like an HEI distributor and an aluminum radiator. It's a strong-running pickup with a strong total cruising attitude. That's why it has good driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs. As you look underneath, the freshness also reminds you that the newer components give this a solid feeling on the road. And you also have the C10's trailing arm rear, KYB shocks, and the grip of modern sport tires.
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!!!