You can instantly tell this 1976 Chevrolet C10 is far from stock. And not only has this pickup been given a thoroughly customized exterior, but also that have been nice investments in a custom interior and enhanced V8 power. So that means you're looking at a great classic truck value.
The stepside bed has that great flared fender appearance and real wood bed that really helped start the vintage custom truck movement. So there's a good amount of time invested in making the whole truck look quite distinctive. The light blue paint is the kind of color you expect from a Chevy pickup of this era, but the hint of metallic instantly sets this one apart. Then you start to really notice the custom details. This has a billet grille with upgraded square headlight front end, custom cowl hood, flush rear pan, and smooth stepside fenders with integrated bow tie marker lights and taillights. You even have an awesome set of 22-inch alloys with the inner spokes custom color-matched to the truck. And this is set on a lowered suspension. It's all part of a cool street machine attitude. So while Chevy never made a Super Sport C10, you really feel like this custom has earned that badging on the side.
Inside, this truck's bench was upgraded to a later a more comfortable unit that includes plenty of contoured bolstering. And whenever you're not using the middle jump seat, it's a fold-down armrest for bucket-like comfort. The deeper blue on the seats coordinates with the door panels, carpeting, and dash pad for a thoughtful look. This generation Chevy truck had the dash wrap around the driver like a sports car, and this custom really take the feeling up a notch. You have chrome sports steering wheel with tilt steering column. That gives you a clear view to the upgraded white-faced gauges. And this has been upgraded further with an auxiliary readout trio cleanly added below dash, and there's a large Sunpro tach added to the steering column. It's a pickup made for driving, and so you'll love opening the side vent glass, sliding the rear window, and letting the breeze run through the cabin as you enjoy a nice cruise in your classic truck. And whenever you need it to be a little cooler, there are provisions for R134a air conditioning (may need a recharge.)
The upgrades continue under the hood. The ribbed valve covers and matching air topper give this 305 cubic-inch V8 added distinction. Plus, it has been upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust that exits under this pickup. This was made for driving, and so you've got good features, like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of modern tires. There are even some new body bushings and suspension bushings to keep it feeling solid on the road.
There's been a lot invested here to make this truck go well beyond '70s cool. So when you can grab this attention-grabber for a value price, it's time to act quickly. Call today!!!