You already know by looking at the price that this is a special truck, so let''s just get to it. This 1967 Chevy K10 4x4 pickup has enjoyed a full frame-off restoration of a quality that you just don''t see on pickups these days. There''s also a fresh big block crate motor, A/C, and some pretty impressive paint work. Keep reading, it really is as nice as it looks. The light blue paint makes this massive truck look less massive, and it''s got the quality that will make people stop and look twice. Even though we have hundreds of cars and trucks in our showrooms, this big Chevy stands out and the fact is, not many cars have been restored to this level. The sheetmetal is ultra-straight, which likely comes from a combination of good history, lots of hand work, and a fat checkbook. Great body gaps are the kind of thing that take time, and you''ll note that even the custom tool box in the bed was treated to a coat of two-stage urethane paint to match the bodywork. A white top gives it an old-school look that''s very appealing and works well with the white grille area up front. The stainless trim running along the body was removed and polished and it looks like the bumpers have fresh chrome. You might think twice about hauling anything in a bed that looks this good, but fortunately there''s a thick rubber bed mat that offers some protection. Stock is the name of the game inside, where you''ll find a factory bench seat wrapped in a reproduction vinyl seat cover. The door panels are color-matched to the body, which is a neat trick and black carpets on the floor add a modicum of comfort to the all-business interior. There''s a rather unusual tilt column fitted with a period-correct wheel that would look equally at home in a Camaro and the instrument panel is now filled with Auto Meter Ultra-Light gauges that look right at home in the big Chevy. A/C is nicely integrated into the dash using original vent locations and controls, which are right below the AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. For off-roading, the shifter for the 2-speed transfer case falls easily to hand in the center of the cab and with rubber floor mats, there''s no worry about playing in the dirt. No doubt that this is a lot of steel to move around, so thankfully there''s a fresh GM 454 cubic inch crate motor with an estimated 400 horsepower on tap. But in a rig like this, it''s torque that makes things happen, and that''s where the big block really shines. Fitted with an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carb, it has that instantaneous throttle response that makes big muscle cars such a blast to drive and it doesn''t look half bad with all that chrome. Long-tube headers bolster the torque curve and give the exhaust system an effective grumble, and as long as you''re under there, be sure to check out the body-colored floors that look like a million bucks. A heavy-duty 700R4 4-speed automatic feeds power to both axles and custom widened Rally wheels with 33x12.50-15 BFG All-Terrain radials all around. Quite honestly we don''t get trucks this nice very often. If you like the look, we know there are no disappointments with the rest of this Chevy. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.