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Chevrolet C10 Pickup Truck 1968

General description : If you're in the market for something fun that's guaranteed to hold its appeal for a very long time, it's hard to go wrong with a custom truck! Thanks to decades of excellence and appeal, America's workhorses have built a devout following. And with great pieces like this slammed C10 mixing Midwest moxie with SoCal style, it's not hard to see why. A perfect blend of classic virtues and the kind of showstopping aesthetics that'll always be attractive to enthusiasts, this handsome pickup is a top-notch exercise in old school charm and modern street rod swagger. And if you're looking for a fun ride that's sure to turn heads, it's a great candidate for your next classic!
Fully sorted and ready to roll, this super cool pickup is the beneficiary of a comprehensive, ground-up build that was completed in late 2020. The truck's rich gray pigment is set off by an incredibly straight fuselage that mixes solid panels with tasteful customization. That lovingly massaged profile features better-than-factory alignment that's seated in even planes and tight gaps. And it all adds up to one head-turning, blue-collar classic that virtually radiates custom, no-collar style!
Naturally, this Chevy's ground-up rebuild included a roster of subtle modifications. At the front of the truck, a familiar, stainless-trimmed grille centers a bright bowtie between a smoothed bumper, clear parking lamps and modern, stainless-trimmed headlights. Behind that façade, an early Action Line hood leads the eye to capped wipers, which found an un-chopped greenhouse beneath shaved drip rails. That darkened glass splits a handsome profile that's devoid of everything but stylish, monochromatic door handles. Behind those pulls, a fully functional tailgate hides a wood-look bed that's dotted with a tasteful billet fuel filler. And that bed rides pretty between a custom roll pan and clean factory taillights.
Built to go just as well as it shows, this C10's 502 cubic inch big block backs fierce performance with menacing acoustics! At the top of the satin-finished mill, a polished GM Performance Parts air cleaner funnels oxygen into a painted Ramjet intake. That intake, wired with electronic fuel injection, feeds lightweight aluminum heads, which tilt polished valve covers under billet breathers. Combustion gets sparked by a traditional, points-style distributor, which jolts eight MSD Street Fire Wires. A muted serpentine drives spins an aluminum water pump between a painted alternator and a painted AC compressor. Cooling is provided by a big aluminum radiator, which aligns electric puller fans behind a polished cap and a sculpted shroud. Spent gases traverse coated shorty headers. The buff motor rumbles in a custom, body-matched engine bay. And naturally, that clean frame highlights a sea of first rate hardware that includes trick sticks, a billet power steering reservoir and quality Wilwood brake components.
Bottom-side, the truck's massive mill twists torque through a smooth 4L80E 4-speed and a narrowed 12-bolt axle. Those cogs drive a fully boxed chassis that, with the help of polished Scott's control arms and adjustable Air Lift bags, aligns an independent front-half with a 4-link rear-clip. That slammed and smoothed skeleton gets steered through power rack-and-pinion steering. Quick stops are a cinch thanks to a quartet of power-assisted Wilwood calipers. The aforementioned headers push exhaust through custom, large-diameter pipes that are formed around polished Magnaflow mufflers. And at the corners, massive wheel tubs frame expressive bonspeed blades that twist 265/35R22 Falken Ziex in front of 295/35R24 Falken Ziex.
When you pop this pickup's doors, you'll find a stylish custom cockpit that was professionally installed by Steve Holcomb of Pro Auto Custom Interiors. Top dead center, double diamond pleats dress custom bucket seats that are a great place to take in the sights. In front of those thrones, a matte dash founds crisp Classic Instruments telemetry beside VIAIR accessory gauges and controls for Vintage Air conditioning. At the base of that dash, a custom, leather-wrapped console centers a color-keyed Lokar shifter between stainless cupholders and a touchscreen head unit that bumps a full audio system. Factory side panels look right at home thanks to billet handles and custom armrests. And the driver spins a polished and half-wrapped steering wheel around a tilting, color-keyed column.
If you're looking for a cool custom that mixes quality restoration with unmatched style and unparalleled fun, this Chevy deserves your full attention. It's spectacular from every angle. It plays to a level of nostalgia that everyone can appreciate. And, whether you're racking up trophies at a show or just spending a Saturday afternoon on the town, it's guaranteed to be the center of attention wherever it goes!
* Alluring C10 custom that's the product of a detailed, ground-up build * 502 cubic inch GM Performance Parts V8 with Ramjet induction * 4L80E 4-speed automatic transmission * Narrowed 12-bolt rear axle * Modern air conditioning * Power rack-and-pinion steering * Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes * Fully boxed and smoothed chassis with adjustable Air Lift air ride * Fully independent front suspension and 4-link rear suspension * Custom leather interior * Modern audio system * Tastefully modified body with metallic gray paint * 22 and 24-inch bonspeed wheels * All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection * We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world

1968 Chevrolet C10 Pickup Truck is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Charlotte by RK Motors Charlotte for Not priced.


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Car type : Car Make : Chevrolet Model : C10 Model Version : Pickup Truck Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1968 Location : Charlotte Vehicle Registration : Undefined

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