This 1968 Chevrolet K10 4x4 is a cool two-tone pickup with plenty of custom details. Of course, your favorite feature is the fact that you have a true classic that's truly ready for go-anywhere fun.
There's an instant attraction in the color theme. After all, a red and white pickup feels as all-American as a Coca-Cola bottle. And this is a detailed two-tone with the full-length trim separating the lower color and even a white pinstripe within the red. Big chrome bumpers, an aerodynamic tonneau cover, and large dual exhaust tips are all part of a stylish package. But more than just a cool classic, you'll also notice the overall finish is about never making you too afraid to get down to real truck work. That's why there's also the lifted stance (with handy side steps) and a full liner paint in the bed.
Just like the exterior, the interior goes for a custom two-tone. The red returns and now the white is swapped for a tasteful tan. There are terrific details, like the custom door panels, plush carpeting, and two-tone bench with a button-top presentation. The dash may have a classic-looking knob-style radio, but it's a modern digital tuner. Below that is a handy working heater. The dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view of the classic gauge package.
The dark and smooth firewall and fender walls funnel your attention to the hardy 350 cubic-inch small block in the center. This tidy and bright motor also inhales deeper thanks to a Holley four-barrel carburetor. The V8 fires up readily and makes a sweet tune out of the dual exhaust. So it's ready to have some fun. The tag on the truck body tells us it was born a C10 4x2, but today it's a true proper K10 4x4 with a two-speed 4x4 transfer case. Plus, the lifted stance and Wild country tires make for an awesome go-anywhere package. And the three-speed automatic transmission power steering, power brakes, and front discs make this an easy in-town driver, too.
Titled as a c10. This is the classic Chevy 4x4 that has a terrific sense of style that also never forgets how to get to work. That makes for a terrific K10 you need to get your hands on right now.