Though it may have began life as an ideal farm truck, this '70 will never see the farm again, after undergoing a complete body off, nut and bolt restoration/customization. Painted in a House of Colors Black Cherry, this C-10 is now show quality. The customization is apparent by the front grill, bumper and trim delete, front/rear splash pans, molded rear tailgate, side marker delete, cowl induction hood, and the steam-roller rear tires! The bed has a Pace Edwards Jack Rabbit tonneau cover - which when opened - shows the giant tub that is hiding the fuel cell, and those monster tires! Futhermore, the bed features a wood floor with a matching wooden storage box. Pop open the hood and see a beautiful show quality engine bay occupied by a chrome dressed 502-big block with aluminum heads and Street Performance multi-port injection, mated to a Turbo 400 automatic transmission and a Ford 9" rear end. To handle the throttle, this Chevy was updated with a 4-link coil over set up - just to help put the power to the pavement.
4-wheel disc brakes were added to provide enough stopping power for the amount of muscle under the hood. The interior was treated to a Saddle leather with burgundy inserts on the bucket seats, door panels, and headliner, with a detailed dash board and instrument cluster now housing digital gauges. Further features include a tilt column and Budnik custom leather wrapped steering wheel. Further updates include power steering, power brakes, tilt wheel, and a/c, this truck is ready to hit the show circuit. This fine ride is riding on a set of Budnik chrome 5-star wheels wrapped in Micky Thompson Sportsman S/R 28X10.00R18LT, 29X18.00R20LT tires, giving it an upscale, classic look. If you're looking for a hot running truck, you found her.
Like all Time Warps, retaining the classic look of the Early Bronco while creating a vehicle that has the driving characteristics of a modern SUV was the ultimate goal. This build is more restoration than TimeWarp, but it still captures the essence of what we do.
This original 1970 Chevrolet C-10 features custom bodywork, paint, interior and a 502 crate engine under the hood.
We have registered the Vehicle as a 1970 Chevrolet C-10 and now offer it for sale. Visit our For Sale page or contact Don at TWC for more information.