This 1979 Chevy C10 originally came with a barely capable 250 CID inline-six engine. This engine had an output of 100 horsepower at 3,600 rpm and a torque of 175 foot-pounds at 2,000 rpm. It’s a fun little truck that looks as cool as it did when it rolled out of the factory, but we plan on making it even cooler! We will cover this build from start to finish, and we’re not going the route you would probably expect.

Think about this, daily-driven, LS-powered, 2wd, coilover sprung, slightly lifted squarebody Street Truck. A clean cruiser on 33-inch tires that is built to enjoy. Not tear up off-road or tow a ton of weight. Just a fun mall-crawling, downtown driving people pleaser. Full rendering now available on stands nationwide! Street Trucks October issue has the scoop!