The first generation of C-10 Step Side was a product of when General Motors had recognized the trend of pick-up trucks being used for purposes away from pure work. The C-10 brought to the light pickup truck space a rathe car-like ride and feel, and pitched itself as the kind of work-horse that could also be happy carting around family members on the weekend. This modified 1964 Chevrolet C-10 Stepside is sure to attract attention wherever it's parked. With a massive bonnet bulge housing an extreme motor with a 671 B&M blower attached, this classic truck piles on quite a bit more performance than when it left the factory 56 years ago.
Finished in a new paint job with flame-effect graphics on the front end, this C-10 is sure to turn heads. This Stepside has undergone a full frame-off restoration and includes new chrome trim to compliment the Candy Apple Red paintwork. The interior of this radical pick-up deserves just as much attention, with a custom diamond-stitched red and black interior. The bed is lined in bespoke wood and metal and looks to be finished with the same attention to detail as the rest of this truck. For practicality’s sake, this Chevrolet C10 Stepside features power steering, a tilt steering column, and air conditioning.
With 800 horsepower this 1964 Chevrolet C10 isn’t messing about. Under the hood is a 496ci V8 with forged internals—forged to cope with the added boost provided by the B&M 671 blower. Coupled to an automatic transmission, this pick-up truck certainly has the engine to back-up the looks.