This incredible 1967 Chevy K10 pickup is a cool study in contrasts. Big, bad, and bold, it definitely has the hardware to take you anywhere on earth. On the other hand, the blue and white paint job looks like it belongs on a show truck, and the cognitive dissonance it creates is flat-out awesome. It grabs your attention at a glance, then holds it with its long list of hardcore upgrades. The ''60s Chevys are already great-looking trucks, but when you strip it down and rebuild it from the sheetmetal up, you get something special. The light blue paint doesn''t have to shout loudly, because the truck is such a huge presence already, but it sure looks fantastic. The steel underneath is super straight, and if this truck worked for a living in the past, all traces of it have been completely and permanently erased. Instead, the gaps are good, the paint shines like it''s showroom fresh, and the white top gives it a traditional look. The wood in the bed is new, but it hasn''t been refinished like a dance floor; no, it''s painted black so it can still haul your gear, because this truck is all about action, not just being pretty. Chrome bumpers sparkle against the light blue paint, clear taillights give it a slightly modern twist, and the tinted windows emphasize the sinister potential under the skin. More ultra-clean workmanship inside enhances the original look with a few well-chosen upgrades. The original bench wears a new black seat cover that duplicates the OEM look but with a very upscale look that features a fold-up armrest. Black carpets on the floors add to the luxury-like feel and help control noise and heat, and the feel works well with the new Grant wooden wheel. A column-mounted tach fills the center of the instruments, with the originals on either side. The color-matched dash has all its original controls, along with an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit in the center, plus a set of Pioneer 6x9 speakers in the doors that sound great. The original heater and defroster are still doing their work in the dash, and for fresh air ventilation, there''s a sliding rear window and it seals up with all new weatherstripping. Horsepower is delivered by a new 350 cubic inch Chevy crate motor that''s been dressed up like the factory-issue unit. Chevy Orange looks awesome against the satin black engine bay, and an Edelbrock dress-up kit looks flashy when you pop the hood at the local cruise night. An Edelbrock intake and carburetor deliver the fuel, with headers, a 2.5-inch exhaust, and Flowmasters to handle the exhaust. It''s backed by a 4-speed manual transmission that spins axles hanging off the 6-inch Skyjacker lift kit. Upgraded shocks, a new steering stabilizer, and upgraded internals in the axles mean that this truck''s off-road credentials are legit. And quite the truck''s coolest features is the rolling stock, which are genuine factory Rallys, professionally widened to handle the massive 36x14.5R15 Super Swamper radials, and the look is incredibly trick. Just finished 2000 miles ago, this is an incredible show and go pickup that generates a ton of attention everywhere it goes. Capable and fun, there''s no reason not to go out and tear up some turf. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.