If you’re on the lookout for something that will attract lots of attention, this 1986 Chevrolet C/K 10 that has been comprehensively modified and restored may do the job for you.
This C/K 10 is currently up for sale courtesy of BJ Motors and was restored and upgraded roughly 6,000 miles ago. It is powered by a 355 cubic-inch V8 with Keith Black 10.5:1 pistons, an Edelbrock performer top end kit, new intake manifold, Holley Avenger carburetor, MSD ignition box, stainless headers, March pullers and a Be Cool aluminum radiator, plus other upgrades.
The listing doesn’t divulge how much power this engine has, but states it is mated to a 4-speed transmission with a Centerforce dual friction clutch.
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Beyond the powertrain, the pickup truck features a Dana 60 front axle, a new rear axle, 9-inch suspension lift, 3-inch body lift and 20×12 wheels shod in 40-inch Toyo MT tires. It also has a custom-built rear driveshaft as well as Bilstein 5160 remote reservoir shocks.
A host of changes have also been made in the cabin, including new horns, a custom roll cage, Grant steering wheel, push-button ignition, Pioneer head unit, JL Audio system with two subwoofers and a Kicker Class D 475-watt mono amplifier. During the restoration, the chassis was sandblasted and painted and undercoating was sprayed under the cabin. There is also spray-in bedliner in the bed and wheel wells.
Clearly, a lot of time and money has been spent on this thing. As for the asking price, it sits at $36,995.