Chevy C-10 pick-up from 1967 as new at SEMA

Chevy C-10 pick-up from 1967 as new at SEMA

In a few days, the SEMA Show in Las Vegas will open its doors. On Oct. 31, the world\’s most influential preparers and tuner will meet at the largest show of its kind. And this year again, it is the “restomods” that are likely to be on the front of the stage. These vehicles, which under their appearance of old models have been entirely remodeled, and even incorporate modern mechanics.

Chevrolet is also launching hostilities with this 1967 C-10 pck-up that he will present at the event. Do not be mistaken, in its 1960s vehicle aspect is hiding a more modern vehicle than it seems. While the American manufacturer (Louis Chevrolet was Switzerland!) Celebrated 100 years of truck production this year, the Chevy One-Ton appeared in 1918 to transport bulky items through the factory, it pays a tribute with this sublime restomod. In total Chevy sold some 85 million pick-ups!

Chevy C-10 pick-up from 1967 as new at SEMA
Chevy C-10 pick-up from 1967 as new at SEMA

Presented in a special blue called “Centennial Blue”, which is also found on the special series of 100 years Silverado and Colorado, the pick-up picks up the original “bowtie”, the cross logo that is actually a bow tie. A bowtie that is also found on the flanks with the figure “100”. Pirelli P-Zero tires are fitted with 20-inch wheels, while the front and rear disc brakes.

For now we do not know yet what is hidden under the hood but looking at the two big exhaust outlets in the back, we imagine it will be powerful. We are waiting for more details!

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