1970 C10 pro touring FOR SALE / track /show truck. I purchased the truck because it was freshly repainted. I torn the truck down. Stripped the frame down, repainted and installed a completely new suspension system from Ride Tech. System Included front & rear HQ Series Coil Overs, front upper & lower Strongarms, rear Strongarms, 2" Drop Spindles and front Muscle Bar. Installed a Wildwood big brake kit with 6 piston calipers up front and 4 piston calipers in rear, slotted disk where purchased to help them cool down on the track days. Had some custom rims painted from America Racing to fit the monster 355/45/ 20 tires we installed in the back and with 245/45/18 in front. Had to install wider wheel tubs in the bed but custom fit to make look original. Purchased a LS3 and added a big cam and springs.

we are getting 469 HP to the street. To fit the track truck theme, we built a roll cage with built in seat supports. I purchased some cool American billet hood hinges and matched the shifter to the hood hinges and was talked in to added a hand brake (17 yr old son) which now matches shifter. "Wouldn't it be cool "is the worst phrase you can hear while building a car or truck. We decided the paint wasn't good enough and we need to relocate the gas filler and add the front roll pan so off to the paint shop. Sanded it down fixed the few dings and they laid down an awesome Gun metal metallic gray with 3 different pearls in it. (K3 paint code) With the outside looking so good we decided to add some engine dress up panels that we anodized black and painted the engine cover and hood panels the body color. Added Wildwood brake and clutch pedals along Wildwood master cylinder and clutch cylinder and a hydro boost brake system. 

1970 Chevrolet C10