This 1971 Chevrolet C10 is a custom pickup that has less than 350 miles on the full build. So check out the upgraded crate V8, overdrive transmission, super-smooth red paint, and custom leather A/C interior. It all proves this is fresh, powerful, and all-around awesome.
The red paint sets the tone for a classic that has seen big recent investments. It's a beautiful shade with a deep luster and a terrific metallic glow. It's a smooth look that's highlighted further by deleted badging .....
and excellent panels to really let the sunlight flow over the body and showcase the long lines of the long bed. More than paint, we are glad that all the brightwork elements, like chrome bumpers, billet-style grille, and polished dual exhaust tips are complete and brilliant, too. And even with all this brightness, they were able to give it a hint of a dark side with the headlight surrounds, tailgate lettering, and blacked-out Outlaw II wheels. As cool as this custom Chevy looks, it also was built to be a true cruiser. Details like newer glass and rubber give it a quality feel that has added confidence when you hop in and go for a ride.
The hints of black outside get you ready for the full black custom interior. The bench is gone and replaced with TMI leather buckets with matching center console and cup holders. These seats are black with attractive white stitching, and that set up is also repeated on the contoured door panels. The thoughtfully comfy feeling continues with modern features like R134a air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input and Bluetooth. You'll love the grip of the woodgrain steering wheel mounted on a tilt steering column, and the Classic Instrument gauge package was done in red to match the dash and exterior for a particularly nice touch.
The engine bay has smooth color-matched inner fender walls, chrome valve covers, and an overall tidy look that make it ready for showcasing. And at the center is a 350 cubic-inch crate V8 from the performance masters at BluePrint. This has been built for power with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, and ceramic-coated headers feeding a throaty dual exhaust. There are plenty of show-ready components that also add to its usability, including polished pulleys of the serpentine belt system and the bright Griffin aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. And because it's so thoughtfully built, it's great for all-around driving thanks to an upgraded 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. And power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern 17-inch tires make it easy to enjoy at any time.
This fresh build comes complete with build receipts and a dyno sheet. You're looking at a truck that's thoughtful, powerful, and truly irresistible. Call today!!!