This is one badass truck. There were a ton of great trucks at LS Fest 2021, in all flavors and sizes, but this 1965 Chevrolet C10 was one of our favorites. The patina look is one we dig, and because we’re fans of bagged stuff laying on the ground we love this one right here. It was built to be driven and driven hard, and they totally proved it by throwing it around like a rental during the burnout contest at LSFest which is one of the highlights of each year. In this video, you’ll see the way this truck has been designed and built on the inside, and underneath, compared to the look on the outside. It’s a very well-planned and thought-out build with lots of cool and trick touches in the engine compartment and underneath the body. Check it out and let us know what you think.
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If it doesn’t catch your eye, it will certainly catch your ear. This 1965 C10 built by S2S Speed Shop (Salvage 2 Salvage) packs a twin-turbo, fully-built LS engine. Owner Mike Rolleri dubbed the truck “Cha-Ching” and it’s a rolling billboard for what the shop is capable of. At LS Fest 2021 it did some serious work laying down rubber in the burnout competition.