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     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...

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    This one-of-a-kind C10 was built by Brandon Sisco, now of the Barrett-Jackson Speed Shop. This truck embodies what a true custom is. Though obvious custom body modifications such as a chopped roof are easy to spot, things like the leaned forward rear wheel wells, one-piece hood and cowl, and custom windshield elevate this truck beyond the world of bolt-on to a true custom one of a kind. With all the custom touches on the body, it's easy to forget what's under the hood. Packing a built 350ci small block with 700R4 automatic transmission and a 12-bolt rear, there's...

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 .   Destroyer slammed C10468/500 HP big block Chevrolet engineTurbo 400 automatic transmissionVintage AirResto Mod custom distressed leather interiorCustom roll pansTail lights shaved and added to bed rail capsCustom wood bedBlack grille and trimEngine built by Allen Competition EnginesEaton Positraction rear endRestoration frame          

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      .   This 1968 Chevrolet C-10 is a restomod with updates to the exterior, interior and drivetrain.  Shortened c10 unibody. Truck Was Built to do the road course and quarter-mile, and still drive very nice on the street.  Ls3top,Lq9bot,7875turbo,water meth,t56 6spd,12bolt 3.73 posi, airbag system,8.5x18,11.5x18 steelies                   

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  Built to debut the Speedtech Performance Pro-Touring C10 chassis during the SEMA show, this 1968 Chevrolet C10 pickup features classic body lines filled to the brim with modern components. Tom Argue Design of Clearwater, Florida assembled this beautiful classic truck Pumping out a stout 525-horsepower and 486 lb/ft of torque is a Chevrolet Performance LS 375cui V8 engine with a 10:7:1 compression ratio. A 4L65E 4-speed automatic transmission transfers power down to the capable Ford 9-inch rear end that houses 3.90 gears. Wilwood 6-piston calipers clamp down on drilled and slotted rotors to halt the hustle, and a modern rack and pinion...

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