The good thing about Chevy's C10 pickups is that they are pretty and light. Add more power, a proper suspension and air-conditioning, and you got yourself a fast workhorse. Meet Holley Performance Products' own show truck.
A 1972 longbed Chevrolet C10 pickup crawled into a chrysalis and emerged as a beautiful butterfly of a hot rod with suicide doors, a scrunched up face, and front wheels open to the elements. Somehow, it all kinda comes together.
We now know that 77% of you don't like that $24,900 Aztek's price tag, but how about a genuine, no-doubt-about-it GM classic truck… at nearly twice the price?
A few months have gone by since we had a Truck Monday featuring a Chevy truck of this era (by the way, Alameda native Belvedere Adrian is old friends with the owner of the '71 Chevy pickup, and he reports that a 454 lurks under its battered hood). For some reason, Alameda has many more mid-60s Chevy trucks than it has…