Mellow Yellow Custom C10 Ready to Light Up the Block
Draped in purple flames, custom C10 has the coolest deep brown wood bed around.
There’s nothing like a custom Chevy truck, whether it’s jacked-up and ready for the mud, or slammed low for cruising the main street. If it happens to be a classic Chevy that receives the custom touches, that’s even cooler.
We found such an example in a 1964 C10 set to hit the auction block at Barrett-Jackson’s first auction of the new year, set for Scottsdale, Arizona, January 12 through 20.
This hot rod C10 is a frame-off restoration rocking a yellow body with a white top, and accented with plenty of chrome and purple flames stretching from the front to the rear fender.
Any self-respecting hot rod C10 needs a proper Chevy engine, right? This one has a 350 V8 crate motor linked to a four-speed automatic for laying down the rubber in a smokey burnout.
Inside the C10, the yellow cab greets you with a brown leather bench for you and two of your special friends. The faux-wood door panels and real wood steering wheel pull it all together, too.
And of course, hot rod C10s gotta have a real wood bed like the deep, rich, dark wood bed of this custom Chevy. The chrome braces are a lovely touch, too.
We wish we could take this awesome C10 out to the strip for a few quarter-mile passes. We think you would, too.