This 1968 Chevrolet C10 454 Restomod has a features inventory that reads like the list you'd make for your ultimate dream custom build. The metallic flame paint, adjustable air ride suspension, nitrous system, and tidy big block V8 all make for an awesome total package.
The first thing grabbing your attention is all the glowing golden metallic flames consuming the front end. And the full fire fades into a darker shade to make sure that it provides plenty of distinction against the vibrant orange base. Fully deleted badging, tinted, windows a bright chrome bumper, and even brighter 22-inch Fusion wheels make for a great full custom presentation. The truck bed has a nice and smooth style that does a good job integrating the air ride components and covering the frame and suspension upgrades to get the stance to drop to the ground. When you see flame-kissed paint and an air ride suspension that can lay frame you start to think of the kind of World of Wheels builds that arrive on a flatbed and never arrive on their own power. This is not one of those. It has a show-worthy style, but as you look over the full package, you can see that they want you to drive and enjoy it. After all, why else would the bed feature a nice place to sit on the rear and even have cup holders?
The bold orange continues on the inside, and now it's joined by a tasteful black. We especially like how it's intertwined on the bench seat with orange inserts and piping. The dash is clean and houses nice upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo and full air ride control. Plus, you can see more evidence of how this loves to be a driver. That's why you have the B&M ratchet shifter, sports steering wheel, and large AutoMeter Monster tach with shift light mounted on the steering column.
The engine bay continues the truck's custom style. It looks good with the smooth inner walls done in orange, and the valve covers even coordinate. This is a 454 cubic-inch crate V8, and it has been built with your favorite pieces. It includes aluminum heads, a Chevy bow tie intake, steel braided lines, an aluminum radiator with electric fans, and is topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. And oh yes, it's plumbed for nitrous in case you really want street-eating muscle. This mighty V8 fires up with a great big block rumble out of the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. And while the air ride suspension is fun for showing, the full package is made for cruising. The stout but smooth TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, 12-bolt rear end, power steering, power brakes, and front discs get you to the car show or cruise in with ease.
This is the full custom Chevy that's made for both show and go. So if you want to be memorable everywhere, you need this flame-kissed big block truck. Call today!!!