1969 Chevrolet C10 Restomod 4036 Miles White Pickup Truck 502 V8 3 Speed Automat

Price: US $74,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • SubModel: Restomod
  • Type: Pickup Truck
  • Trim: Restomod
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 4,036
  • VIN: CE149B849219
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 502 V8
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1969 Chevrolet C-10 Restomod

If Elon Musk had put two cars up in his space garage, he would have sent this '69 C10 as a compliment to his Tesla Roadster. It looks ready for the flight with its custom body and interior, and the built 502 V8 could have been used as an auxiliary booster. But he didn't send it up with the Roadster, so you have the opportunity to buy this truck here on earth. Check it out. Neat and clean is an... understatement in describing this truck. It starts up front with bumper that is rolled into the rest of the bodywork. Custom headlights and running lights are faired in and the whiteout grill and trim blends everything together nicely. From there on back, the smooth, clean lines that Chevy graced this truck with when they designed it take over down the side. Only the custom door handles and mirrors break the solid white beauty of the basecoat/clearcoat paint job which accentuates the lines. Flat chrome exhaust tips peek out from under the body just in front of those massive rear tires, and the tailgate remains super clean with the gate release hidden on the inside, and the same rolled treatment as the front. Weathered wood slats in the bed with polished trim are a nice touch and a splash of color that compliments the interior nicely. Open the door and get ready for a double helping of custom work. The first thing you see is the tan door panel which was crafted to match the headliner and carpeting nicely. Then you see the dash and console work, and well, it might take you a minute to catch your breathe. There is a chrome tilt steering column with a three-spoke leather wrapped wheel. A very custom, integrated dash and console stretches across this cab. White faced Pro Comp Auto meter gauges are tucked back in their nests with the critical engine gauges in the center canted toward the driver. A Vintage Air control panel is set low on the panel just in front of the B&M shifter for the automatic trans wrapped up in its tan boot. Leather seats are as comfortable as they look, and the center console has plenty of room with multiple compartments to stash your stuff in. Now go ahead and pop the hood but be ready to be stunned once again. The firewall and fenders are an expanse of pure white with the black and chrome engine sitting in the center. It's a sweet looking installation with hidden A/C hoses letting you see the Hooker Super Comp headers in all their glory. But that engine is more nasty than sweet. At 502 cubic inches, it has a bit of attitude to it. A chromed LT1 fuel injection manifold tops the motor which feeds a polished high-rise intake, and chrome Bowtie valve covers add another big pile of shine to the engine bay. There is a serpentine belt setup with custom pulleys and mounts turning the accessories, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans keeps things running cool. A 9" Currie differential located by a multilink rear end sits on adjustable coil over shocks and sends the power to the ground through huge 31x18.00R20LT tires mounted on Boyd Coddington wheels. 28x10x18s handle the steering duties at the front. Pictures of this truck look great. This description helps in a few areas. But seeing and hearing this truck up close and personal is how you should really experience it. Come on down and check it out.