Supercharged Vortec-Powered 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

This 1964 Chevrolet C10 Fleetside pickup was acquired by the current owner approximately four years ago and has since been modified with a No Limit Engineering chassis with Wilwood disc brakes, RideTech adjustable coilovers, and power-assisted steering, along with a supercharged 5.3L Vortec V8 with a blow-through carburetor and a built TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. The body is finished in teal with a white roof and features tubbed rear wheel wells, a modified rear roll valance, and a raised wood bed floor. The interior houses a roll cage with door bars as well as TMI bucket seats with harnesses, a Lokar shifter, a push-button starter, and Dakota Digital gauges. Additional equipment includes LED headlights, 22″ Corsart wheels, a nitrous oxide system, and 4.11:1 rear gearing. Previously offered on BaT in February 2024, this C10 is now offered again on dealer consignment with a clean California title.

Supercharged Vortec-Powered 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

The body was stripped to bare metal, repainted teal with a white roof, and mounted to a powder-coated No Limit Engineering Pro-Tech chassis during the build. The rear wheel wells were tubbed to accommodate the larger wheel setup. The tailgate has been welded shut and the stock rear bumper has been removed. A raised wood bed floor and LED headlights have also been installed.

Supercharged Vortec-Powered 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

The Corsart 22″ wheels are mounted with Nitto tires measuring 265/30. Braking is handled by four-wheel discs with red Wilwood calipers and drilled and slotted rotors. Ride Tech adjustable coilovers are fitted at each corner, and a Flaming River Road Race rack-and-pinion kit has been installed.

Supercharged Vortec-Powered 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

The cabin houses a body-color roll cage with removable door bars, along with TMI bucket seats trimmed in black with white stitching and Simpson racing harnesses. A center console with cupholders, a Lokar shifter, and a push-button starter have also been added. The truck is not equipped with keys.

Supercharged Vortec-Powered 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

The aftermarket steering wheel is mounted on a quick release and frames Dakota Digital gauges, including a 160-mph speedometer and a tachometer. The digital odometer shows 0 miles, and the seller notes approximately 250 miles have been added under current ownership. Total chassis mileage is unknown.

Supercharged Vortec-Powered 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

The 5.3-liter Vortec is equipped with a centrifugal Powerdyne supercharger, a blow-through carburetor, and a nitrous oxide system, the latter of which has reportedly never been used. An Aeromotive fuel pump and an aluminum radiator are fitted. The engine is said to have been disassembled and fitted with new bearings and valve springs as well as the following:

  • Gen 4 pistons and connecting rods
  • Brian Tooley Racing Stage 2 camshaft and roller rockers
  • LS7 lifters and push rods
  • CTS-V oil pump and timing chain
  • Holley oil pan
  • Fel Pro gaskets
  • ARP hardware
  • New valve guides

Supercharged Vortec-Powered 1964 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

Power is routed to the rear wheels through a built TH400 three-speed automatic transmission with an 1,800-2,000-rpm stall torque converter as well as a 9″ limited-slip rear differential with WaveTrac 4.11:1 gearing and 35-spline axles.

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