1965 Chevrolet C10 Custom Resto-Mod Pickup
If you’re looking for something unique and that will stand out among others, take a look at this 1965 C10 resto-mod. This truck has undergone a complete rotisserie frame-off restoration with great attention to detail. The options include a 383 cubic-inch V8 engine built using a 4-bolt main 3970010 casting block, 350 Turbo TCI automatic transmission with mild stall converter, and a 12-bolt rear axle with an Eaton 3:42 posi-trac unit. The stock frame has been upgraded with 1972 C10 style suspension, lowering kit, sway bars, and KYB shocks. It has a G.M. serpentine belt system, Edelbrock carburetor, Headman ceramic coated headers with 2.5 inch aluminized exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers, aluminum radiator with thermostat controlled electric fan, Vintage heat and A/C system, American Autowire harness, power steering, power front disc brakes, Boyd stainless steel under bed fuel tank with relocated bed side fuel door, finished wood bed with polished stainless bolts and strips. It has a mild custom interior that includes a fitted 1959 Impala dash with original style Impala gauges, tilt steering column, leather wrapped polished aluminum Bowtie steering wheel, custom Alpine stereo, and power houndstooth bucket seats with console. It has a smoothed firewall, smoothed body seems and bed stake pockets, smoothed tailgate with intergraded hinges and inside release handle, stainless steel body bolts, LED bulbs, American Racing Rodder 18-inch custom wheels (18x8 front and 18x9.5 rear) and Nitto performance tires. All this makes this truck one stunning show stopper. With just over 2K miles since completion, this truck is ready to show and enjoy.