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1963 Chevrolet C10
Engine: 350 CI


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Pickup trucks are no longer just about utility. Some have been transformed to turn heads, and this restored 1963 Chevrolet C10 proves it. With a well-coordinated paint package, upgraded V8, and a ton of thoughtful details, you can\'t help but be impressed. The deep blue paint is a beautiful color that has an instant distinction. It looks great on the classic C10. In fact, this one almost seems to suggest that it\'s so iconic that it deserves to be bronzed. That\'s why you have a unique color on the grille, tailgate, and sweeping side trim insert. One of the hallmarks of these early C10s was a curve in the waistline to almost give it a touch of an hourglass figure. So it\'s terrific to see such straight sheet metal and a long wheelbase to give us so much more to appreciate. And the other reason why a long bed is nice is that you get even more real lumber to show off on the bed floor. Beyond just vintage appeal, you\'ve got a touch of street machine hot rod flair with the bright side exhaust tips, flush rear roll pan, and polished Cragar SS wheels with a sporty stance. The blue and tan interior goes well with the exterior color theme, and the two-tone is intertwined on the doors and seat to give you a very thoughtful total appearance. And speaking of the seat, you have the classic bench, but now it\'s upholstered in comfy tweed cloth. The dash also keeps the classic look, but they also added the right cruising upgrades. You have a three-spoke sports steering wheel and auxiliary readouts under the dash for a more commanding driver\'s feeling. The dark inner walls really make the bright motor the center of attention in the engine bay. This 350 cubic-inch small block has bold block pain and nice polished accessories like the alternator, fan shroud, and valve covers. And this has plenty of substance behind the flair. You have a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Holley Street Dominator intake, and long tube headers feeding dual exhaust. Plus, we\'re told there are newer fundamentals like the spark plugs, plug wires, and starter. It makes for a stout motor that has a terrific V8 sound. And because this one was built to be driven, you have a Powerglide automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and the C10\'s nice riding trailing arm rear suspension. We love how this truck has a distinct and coordinated look without losing an overall driver-ready style. That makes for the kind of cruiser that lets you enjoy the highways and byways. So if you want a memorable and road-ready C10, call today!