There are many ways to restore or modify your humble Chevrolet truck. Due to the recent surge in prices for vintage trucks, some even go down the factory spec route. Whatever choice you make, one thing is for sure the K series truck by Chevrolet is the stuff of legends and moves the world ahead. With a large aftermarket scene, it's easy to get lost when building your modified truck; this 1986 Chevrolet K10, with just 20,000 miles reported on the clock, is one savvy investment with performance and looks to match.
While upgrading your truck cosmetically, even the sky is not the limit; with extensive exterior upgrades, this 1986 Chevrolet K10 also sports a unique Dodge Viper Bright Orange Pearl Metallic exterior color which perfectly complements its lifted stance. Speaking of stance, this truck now sports aftermarket wheels wrapped with big off-road tires. The black interior of this 1986 Chevrolet K10 is mostly factory; you even get the old school bench seats and the factory steering wheel. The dashboard sees a few upgrades and upgraded white gauges to monitor performance plus a JVC sound system to pump out your favorite tunes.
Lifting your truck and adding weight makes for nice looks but what powers your truck is the cherry on top of the cake. With every cosmetic upgrade done and dusted, it's always essential to upgrade your engine to match the looks of your modified truck. With ten engine trims and an almost 20 years production run, the third generation Chevrolet K series sure was one of the most popular models; with the most significant engine offering being a massive 454ci V8, engine performance was not all that but what you did get was reliability and performance you can trust. Popping open the hood of this 1986 Chevrolet K10 and you would immediately notice that what's present is none of the factory engine trims powering this lifted truck is a reported 358ci V8 engine. The already potent powerplant also sees upgrades, starting with upgraded Holley sniper valve covers, Derale performance cooling system, and fox suspension system to negotiate off-road trails with precision. Power is sent to all four wheels through a 3-speed manual transmission.
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