Coming from the second generation of Chevy's workman like C/K series of trucks, this 1969 Chevrolet C50 isn't quite stock. Yes, it's a resto-mod of sorts, designed to turn heads and drop jaws. Purists may bark at it, but this is a vehicle for those who dare to be different, those who want to be the center of attention with a cool custom job. If you fit this description, just get in touch with us to check out this one-of-a-kind vehicle. We say one-of-a-kind because we're pretty sure no one else has customized a C50 in this exact style.
Wearing a matte black paint job, it's only the start of what makes this 1969 Chevrolet C50 one-of-a-kind. Next up are custom-built 26-inch wheels with super-thin low-profile rubber that's totally the antithesis of what this truck will have worn when brand-new. The right-hand side flank also showcases a meaty exhaust pipe, hinting at a serious powerplant which we'll get into later on. Next up on the list are the upgraded LED head and tail lamps, plus a custom flatbed. We're told that the underbody fabrication is a custom job as well. Finally, a tow hitch adorns the rear, indicating that if you want this catwalk queen to work, she can do so with aplomb. Inside, there's a two-seat cabin with leather-trimmed low-back seats, new gauges with blue fonts, and a long gear shifter for the manual transmission that motivates this truck. We also notice an aftermarket center console with cup holders, as well as the control panel for the Air Ride air suspension system that's been installed. What we don't see is a sound system, so there's a nice blank canvas for you to start working upon.
We see that a 6BT Cummins 5.9L I6 12V turbocharged diesel engine powers this 1969 Chevrolet C50, ensuring ample power and torque to turn those rear wheels into rubber smoke at will. An NV4500 five-speed manual transmission ensures maximum control, and there's Air Ride air suspension installed at the front and rear.
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