Specs

Engine b
Engine
L92 6.2L
Transmission b
Transmission
4L80E
Mileage b
Mileage
119
Exterior b
Exterior
DARK AQUA POLY
Interior b
Interior
Black
Stock b
Stock
551P

Highlights

  • 1968 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Restomod
  • 6.2 L L92 (2008 Escalade Aluminum Block/Heads)
  • BTR Stage 3 Cam
  • BTR Titanium Valve Springs/retainers
  • CHE Trunion Upgrade
  • Terminator XMax ECU w/ DBW Throttle Body
  • Dewitt Radiator w/ dual electric fans
  • Speed Engineering Headers 1 ¾"
  • 4L80e
  • Circle D Torque Converter 3200 Stall
  • CPP Big Brake Kit 4 wheel Disc Brakes
  • QA1 Front and Rear Suspension Kits
  • Coil Overs all 4 corners
  • Flaming River Rack and Pinion Steering Conversion w/ Steering Column and Wheel
  • TruTrac Rearend 3.73
  • Vintage Air AC
  • Dakota Digital Gauges
  • Brothers one piece Power windows
  • Digital Guard Dawg Power Locks Push button start
  • Snowden Bench Seat
  • Frame Off restoration
  • Zero Rust
  • Cab has extensive sheet metal replacement. Not many original panels left.
  • Paint was done 1 year ago.

Description

TOP-NOTCH C10 W/ 200 MILES ON BUILD! 6.2L L92 W/ GO FAST GOODIES & 4L80E, GR8
Even if you believe all trucks are created equal, there's no denying you get something quite special when there has been the level of investment that went into this 1968 Chevrolet C10. From the slick paint to the custom leather interior, to the fuel-injected 6.2L motor under the hood, this pickup has been...

TOP-NOTCH C10 W/ 200 MILES ON BUILD! 6.2L L92 W/ GO FAST GOODIES & 4L80E, GR8
Even if you believe all trucks are created equal, there's no denying you get something quite special when there has been the level of investment that went into this 1968 Chevrolet C10. From the slick paint to the custom leather interior, to the fuel-injected 6.2L motor under the hood, this pickup has been transformed from everyday hauler into a true dream machine.
The first thing you notice about this truck is the paint and body. With barely 200 miles on the whole build. The Dark Aqua poly is a great period correct color, and the deep luster it gives off instantly identifies with its custom nature. It sparkles in all the right places with an investment in new bumpers, crystal clear LED headlights with, Chrome door handles, and large 20-inch Weld wheels. Plus, there's a very cool slickness that comes from custom elements like the lowered stance with QA1 suspension and moving the gas cap to the truck bed. And speaking of the bed, the fresh and clean lumber is a nice touch to this bad boy.

Inside this resto-mod, the restoration budget went to creating a luxury car experience. You notice this immediately in the Snowden black diamond stitch leather bench seat. The kind of bolstering to make it feel like bucket seats. And best of all, the diamond pattern in the supple cowhide will remind you of a Bentley. Plus, the door panels, steering wheel, dash pad, and other details match this in both color and quality. The dash is painted in an exterior-matching Dark Aqua Poly, and it has been given the best in subtle upgrades. For example, the stereo has the retro-style look, but it's really a modern digital tuner with a Bluetooth connection. Plus, the factory air conditioning controls now blow cold with modern R134a. But the best treats are reserved just for the driver. Your sport leather steering wheel is on a Flaming River tilt column. That way you can get a terrific view of the upgraded Dakota Digital gauge panel that now features a large speedo and tach. And it all glows green to coordinate with the color of the truck.

Open the hood and you'll see where the good stuff is, starting with a built L92 V8 (2008 Cadillac Escalade) topped by a Holley Hi-Ram modular intake and fuel injection system. It's got a healthy cam, billet fuel rails, a 102mm throttle body, and Holley terminator X max ECU. It's all beautifully fitted and a serpentine accessory drive system that powers modern drive accessories like the vintage A/C. There's a big Dewitt aluminum radiator up front to keep it all cool, and Speed Engineering long-tube headers feed into a custom 3-inch X-pipe dual exhaust with Borla Pro XS race mufflers for an unmistakable sound that will surely scare the neighbors. The 4L80E 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission with a Circle D 3200 stall convertor is aided with a shift kit and turns a new driveshaft connected to a 12-bolt rear end with 3.73 gears, offering the best of acceleration and cruising abilities. Power CPP 4-wheel disc brakes, dropped spindles, tubular upper/lower control arms, fat sway bars, and tubular trailing arms with Viking coilovers on all four corners give it that crouching stance and impressive handling on the street. A professional tune means that it runs and drives like a stocker but unleashes all the fury when you drop the pedal, a remarkable achievement. And the 500HP estimate that we were given we think is extremely conservative, simply because the motor alone is 403HP stock, and this one is far from stock with all the top-shelf performance parts that were added. The point is whether you want to dominate the strip or the street, you'll surely succeed. Polished Weld wheels and 255/40/20 front and 275/40/20 rear tires in back try to hook it all up and mostly succeed.
If you've taken a good look at this truck, you know it's something special. Don't let the reasonable asking price fool you, there's a huge pile of cash spent to make it reliable and streetable, and the next kid in a warmed-over exotic won't even know what hit him. This truck is heavily documented with purchase receipts, pictures of off-frame restoration and instruction manuals. Call today!

Phone:
770-738-7111
Address:
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday - 9-3pm (Appointment Only After 3pm)

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