The Chevy C10 is undoubtedly a hugely popular choice among enthusiasts, with owners transforming the pickup to span the spectrum of custom builds, from race-spec, to show-and-shine, and everything in between. Now, the slammed 1967 C10 you see here is listed for sale with a mountain of upgrades already installed and ready to roll.
The first thing to catch our eye is the factory paint job, which covers the Chevy C10 in a faded blue hue that’s as effortlessly cool as an old pair of jeans. The C10 is slammed right to the pavement thanks to new Ridetech suspension bits, tucking a set of 20-inch Billet Specialties Invader wheels under the fenders.
The new 20-inch rollers look as though they rock a bronze matte finish with a polished silver lip, complementing the faded blue paint. Between the spokes, we spot a set of 14-inch Baer brakes at all four corners, with drilled and slotted rotors, plus a blue finish for the calipers.
Further upgrades in the corners include a custom four-link rear end with a Watts link, plus a five-lug conversion.
Under the hood, this ’67 Chevy C10 runs the 6.0L V8 LQ9, the same Gen III motor found in a range of aught-era General Motors trucks and SUVs, including the Escalade and Silverado. According to the seller, this LQ9 laid down 330 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque on the dyno.
The V8 was upgraded with a new Ron Davis radiator, and mates to a new 4L60 transmission feeding a narrowed 12-bolt, a new driveshaft, and new posi.
The build keeps things old relatively old school in the cabin, with a blue finish for the upholstery, carpets, and steering column to match the exterior. Highlights include a Restomod Air A/C system and Classic Instruments gauges, plus Bluetooth stereo for a splash of modernity.
It’s a solid build and a clean install, with a ton of new parts stuffed into an old school body. Now, this 1967 Chevy C10 is up for sale in Arizona with 4,000 miles on the build. The asking price is listed at $60,000.
Check it out in the Instagram post below, which includes a video of the truck rolling down the highway:
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