Why build your own show truck when you can buy this one?
Whether it's a digital car show or one in real life, this custom 1964 Chevrolet C10 is a beautiful restomod that is ready to win awards today. This truck just joined the Garage Kept Motors inventory, and it's an incredible specimen of a show truck with over $250,000 invested in the build.
This custom truck's body hasn't been modified at all with any chops or cuts, but it is far from stock starting with a sparkly metallic Root Beer paint job that is accented with a tasteful amount of chrome and stylish copper-colored steel wheels with dog dish chrome hubcaps and white-wall tires. The cargo bed is immaculate with lightly colored wood planks held in with polished metal strips.
Like the exterior, the interior of this Chevy offers plenty of custom touches without completely ruining the stock look and feel, and that starts with the two-tone leather found on the low-back seats as well as on the doors and dash. Thick carpet, digital gauges and a cool electronic shifter round out the custom cabin, while the aftermarket air conditioning system ensures this truck will be a comfortable cruiser.
Of course, what really makes this custom 1964 Chevrolet C10 a true cruiser the 6.0-liter V8 under the hood using Holley electronic fuel injection and paired to a GM 4L85 four-speed automatic transmission. The underside of this show-ready Chevy is just as detailed as the rest of truck, and it features four-wheel disc brakes, coilover shocks at all four corners and a five-link rear suspension setup. Best of all, this custom build has less than 2,600 miles on it, which means it's as good as new.