This 1982 Chevrolet K10 is a classic four-wheel-drive truck with a regular cab and a long bed for carrying big loads. It has two 20-gallon fuel tanks, so you can go a long time without needing to fill up. On top of the bed, there are six new KC lights that are really bright, perfect for lighting up the road or trails at night. The truck also has four new LED headlights that make seeing in the dark even better.
To make the truck taller, there's a 6-inch lift kit from Rough Country, which makes it look tough and helps it drive over big rocks and through deep mud. It also has a Rough Country steering stabilizer and an assist step, which makes getting in and out easier when it's lifted so high. The big 38.5-inch mud tires on 15-inch wheels mean this truck is ready for some serious off-roading.
Up front, it's got new ball joints, brake calipers, and brake pads to make sure it stops well and drives smoothly. Inside, there's a new seat cover to make the bench seat look good and feel comfortable. Underneath the truck, there's a fresh polymer-blend undercoating to protect it from rust and scratches from rocks.
The truck has a manual transmission, which means you shift the gears yourself using a Hurst shifter, known for being really good quality. Under the hood, there's a powerful 5L V8 engine with a 4 barrel carburetor, giving the truck plenty of power to drive through tough terrain or haul heavy stuff in the bed. This 1982 K10 is a strong, sturdy truck that's ready for work or adventure.