When you think of a vintage Chevy, it’s hard to shake the image of large fender wells, an overtly round body, and iconic pickup truck design. That being said, St. Louis, Missouri’s Classic Car Studio has never been one to keep things in the realm of sanity — a mindset aptly illustrated by the company’s 1968 Chevrolet C10.
The immaculate example you see here is decidedly clean-cut, boasting a complete off-frame restoration to its exterior, glossy white paint, and a menagerie of modern upgrades. To kick things off, Classic Car Studio has implemented a rebuilt 5.3 engine, alongside a Holley Terminator X system, rebuilt Ford 9” rear-end with 3.50 gearing, and aluminized exhaust system that’s been accented with Flowmaster mufflers. To bring the truck into modernity, a handful of the pickup’s older peripherals have been upgraded, including a new Dynomat lining, carpeting, an American Autowire harness, and modern gauges to complement the C10’s enhanced dash. But the real treat is the vehicle’s suspension system, which has been complemented by a set of CPP upper and lower control arms, and a larger CPP sway bar, to give the truck a more aggressive demeanor. Head over to CCS’ website for more information on the Chevrolet; and while you’re there, you can inquire to own for just $59,900.
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