Take this 1990 Chevy K10 pickup home and you''ll be faced with a dilemma: show it or have a party with it off road? Nicely rebuilt, beautifully finished, and totally capable, this big 4x4 will take you anywhere, including the winner''s podium. Icy blue isn''t the first thing that springs to mind when you think about a serious off-road machine, but after seeing this pickup, it looks simply amazing. A team of experts went to work on the shortbed truck, adding the integrated fender flares and a cowl-induction hood, then smoothing the rest until it was ready for several coats of that cool blue paint. A few coats of clear, some buffing and rubbing, and voila! It''s ready for primetime. Along the way, it received a few other tweaks, including a rear roll pan with integrated license plate frame, a smoothed tailgate, and every badge and emblem save for the one in the middle of the grille was shaved. In contrast to the monochromatic trend, the grille was brightly chromed to match the OEM bumper, and custom clear headlights and parking lights were fitted, giving it a mildly customized look that''s quite up-to-date and modern. The interior is pretty stock, but it''s also pretty nicely preserved and in excellent condition. The buckets and center console are from a late-model Chevy pickup, but they look so right here that you''d almost never know, and the stock door panels were lightly dressed up with a set of billet aluminum trim panels. The most obvious upgrade is in the dash, where the original AM/FM radio has been ditched and replaced with a trick aluminum gauge housing with an Auto Meter tach in the middle, a useful upgrade that looks trick. But never fear, there''s still an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit in the dash where the factory cassette player used to live. A/C, power windows and locks, and a tilt column with a Grant leather steering wheel make it comfortable enough to drive all day, on-road or off. The fully dressed 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood has a little less than 50,000 miles and delivers the power you''d expect from a truck that looks this formidable. An Edelbrock Performer RPM intake and a set of Gibson headers feeding a stock-style exhaust system that sounds muted but muscular. The engine has certainly been dressed for show, with chrome valve covers, a tall air cleaner, and bright polished housings for the A/C compressor and belt tensioner. Braided stainless steel lines feed the heater, and the list of new parts is extensive. The chassis is incredibly solid, with no evidence of off-road abuse. Rust-free floors, an automatic transmission, and 3.42 gears make it a decent performer that''s still able to climb through the rough stuff. It sits tall on a set of Pro-Comp aluminum wheels and oversized 285/75/16 Mickey Thompson off-road radials. Civilized yet capable, this K10 4x4 is an impressive machine that does it all. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.