1964 Chevrolet C10 Stepside Pickup Root Beer Pickup Truck 6.0L V8 Holley EFI 268

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • SubModel: Stepside Pickup
  • Type: Pickup Truck
  • Trim: Stepside Pickup
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 2681
  • VIN: 4C144J148989
  • Color: Root Beer
  • Engine size: 6.0L V8 Holley EFI
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: --
  • Drive type: --
  • Interior color: Leather
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: Clear


1964 Chevrolet C10 Custom -
- Professionally Built by All Speed Customs - $250k Invested - One of a Kind Show Truck - Pro-Touring 6.0L V8 Holley EFI - 4L85 Automatic Transmission - Immaculate Copper Brown "Root Beer" Paint - Detroit Steel Wheels - Vintage AC - Incredible, No Excuses Build
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There are two instances when we are left speechless when looking at a vehicle - when a vehicle looks terrible and we need to choose our words wisely, and when a vehicle is absolutely incredible and we're left awestruck. This Resto-mod Chevrolet pickup most definitely falls into the latter category. This truck is simply amazing. Just looking over the truck as a whole, the build was obviously extremely well thought out.
The paint on this truck is absolutely gorgeous, not just brown, but Metallic "Copper Brown". The paint has amazing depth, so looking at the truck in the sun will put your jaw on the ground. There are lots of subtle changes on the body that if you have a keen eye you will notice. A few such details are matte black paint around the cab's rear window, matte black on the tailgate, deleted fuel filler, and custom mirrors. The exterior shows extremely well with all painted surfaces being smooth, and chrome looking excellent. During the restoration process, the weather stripping and window seals were replaced, and when the panels were re-hung on the truck the panel gap was dialed in just right. The bed features wood slats with stainless steel ribs, and a fuel filler opening neatly integrated. The usual stepside tailgate chains were deleted and metal 'rods' with machined aluminum 'handles' were added to help keep the exterior smooth.
Open the driver's door and one of the first things you will notice is the smell of leather. The interior is finished in dark brown and tan color scheme that perfectly compliments the truck's exterior. A number of upgrades have been made in the cab, and are neatly integrated, again complimenting the well thought out build. Once settled in the custom designed and fabricated driver's seat, you're within reach of a billet steering wheel that has been wrapped in leather. Just to the right of the custom Dakota Digital gauge cluster, are a PCS push button shifter, billet switches, and neatly integrated climate control for the Restomod A/C and Heat system.
The engine swap of choice these days has found its way into the tidy engine bay of this '64 pickup. The LS V8 that is nestled in the engine bay is clean and dressed up a little bit - you couldn't just drop any LS in the engine bay of this thing! This LS2 wears aluminum heads, and offers roller rockers, and camshaft, forged pistons, H-beam connecting rods, and crankshaft. Polished pulleys, custom valve covers, and a color matched intake manifold are the first things that catch your attention. Other highlights are Wilwood brake booster, Hydratech Hydraboost power brake assist, Jones power steering pump, Hedman headers, 2 ½" stainless steel exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers, chrome alternator, and Optima battery. All wiring has been replaced, and is neatly integrated, or hidden in the case of the engine bay. 20" Detroit Steel wheels painted in contrasting copper with chrome hub caps and chrome beauty rings. The truck is lowered on Ride Tech coilovers front and rear. Heidts front and rear sub frames, braided stainless steel brake lines, new bushings, rack and pinion steering conversion, are highlights of the underside of the truck.
We could write pages and pages about this awesome truck, but we're going to have to cut it short. It is really worth looking through all of the photos to see the details and the incredible finish that this truck has. Fit and finish is spot on, thanks to hours and hours of work, planning, and creativity. This is a fresh build with minimal use since it was finished, and is sure to be a contender for a lot of attention whether at shows or just enjoying the open road. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.