Ground Up Restored C10 Pickup Truck Restomod 350 V8 Auto Air Conditioning ///
Sorted, solid and ready to roll, this sweet Action Line C10 is the beneficiary of a professional, 3-year restoration that was completed by Reflections Paint & Body Works of Belmont, North Carolina. That reboot makes excellent use of a roster of stainless fasteners and vivid Viper Red 2-stage. And that 2-stage stays smooth and silky over an array of tasteful custom touches. Check the truck's body-matched engine bay and you'll find 350 cubic inches of proven GM crate engine that's good for a solid 290 horsepower. That mill's power flows through a Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed that was rebuilt by Miller's Transmission of Gastonia, North Carolina. That gearbox leads a trusty 12-bolt axle that, thanks to Gastonia, North Carolina's CS Motorsports, spins a posi-traction differential around 3.08 gears. Fluid power steering fronts a restored factory suspension, which complements lowering springs, lowering blocks and lowering spindles with Belltech Complete Performance shocks. Stops come courtesy of Inline Tube calipers and factory drums. And everything rolls on polished blades, which spin 255/50R17 Hankook Ventus STs. In the '60s, trucks were all about comfort and utility – not DVDs, wireless and navigation systems. That's why it's so refreshing to hop in the cab of this purposeful but nicely appointed C10. The star of the show is a leather-wrapped bench seat. At the front of the cockpit, a chrome-trimmed dash hangs rebuilt factory telemetry between a custom tach, billet pedals and modern air conditioning that's controlled by a factory panel. Modern, direct-fit audio bumps tunes to Kicker kick panel speakers. And the driver spins an attractive Impala steering wheel around a tilting, color-keyed column. Ready to stand out from the crowd? Call, click or visit https://www.RKmotors.com to inquire about this awesome C10!