Built by world renowned Gage Auto Center of Bell, California
Cool sport trucks aren’t a new invention, but many times they’re so over-styled that they stop being practical as trucks, and what’s the point of that?
This 1986 Chevy C10 looks like those pickups you see on magazine covers, but can still do a few odd jobs around the house and drives well enough to take cross-country. OK, you can’t argue with that look. The look is understated, yet makes a bold statement, and there’s just no way to ignore this truck when it shows up. In back, you’ll find a nicely done spray-in bed liner and fiberglass cover.
A set of production buckets with custom black and orange upholstery work with OEM door panels that are in good order, and the combination works perfectly. A new AM/FM/CD/iPod head unit and speakers throughout the interior ensures you’ll be entertained while you cruise and power windows and locks part of the package. New carpets, custom kick panels, all give it a unique feel when you’re behind the wheel. A 383 cubic inch stroker motor was built with the good stuff so this runs as great as it looks. We’ve got a couple of cool trucks in stock, but few of them combine the slick looks, functionality, and mind-blowing stance of this C10.