This custom Pro-Touring 1971 Chevy C10 is a full frame-off rotisserie build that has been featured on the cover of Classic Street Truck and has won 24 Best of Show Awards at Goodguys. It’s riding on 20” Boze Pro-Touring 10” front and 12” rear wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport tires. It’s equipped with Porterbuilt suspension, AccuAir e-level air package, Mosier 12-bolt rear end with 373 gears and 31-spline Strange axles. It runs a No-Limit fuel tank set up to run up to 700hp
It runs a No-Limit fuel tank set up to run up to 700hp. The frame has been boxed and powder-coated. The engine is a built and forged LS 6.0-liter putting out 525rwhp backed by a built 4L80 automatic transmission with a Lokar shifter. Also included is Vintage Air heat and air conditioning, power windows, cruise control, custom interior and door panels, and center console. Inside, this truck features an Alpine stereo system with navigation, with a 7.5” head unit, two 12” subwoofers and an amplifier. It has a keyless touch-start system, Procar seats, Ididit tilt steering column with a custom steering wheel to match the Boze wheels. The exterior is painted in a custom gray. The exhaust is custom-designed to not let the rear fender get hot, warped or discolored with Headman headers and a Borla exhaust. Some special features are the oak panel bed, the original factory radio, K-tech valve covers and spine style coils, which give the engine a very sinister look.