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Digital All-Black Chevy Action Truck Really Shouldn't Be “Only for C10 Lovers”

Produced by General Motors for both its Chevrolet and GMC brands, 1960 to 2002 (model years) C/K series models occupied a sizable chunk of the American car market. And for good measure.
Slammed Chevy C10 murdered-out rendering by personalizatuauto 7 photos
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Encompassing an incredibly wide variety of vehicles, this vintage series was not just about pickup trucks but also included stuff like chassis cabs and medium-duty trucks. Naturally, most classic truck enthusiasts will go for a C10 instead of something much larger to better fight the F-100 rivals.

What, did anyone think that GM and Ford’s rivalry only extended to current iterations of their full-size pickup trucks? Not at all, and we bet that old-school Mopar fans also have something to say about the matter if given the chance. Sure, sometimes people just want to focus on a small niche of the crazy wonderful vintage pickup truck passion.

Such was recently the case with Emmanuel Brito, the virtual artist better known as personalizatuauto on social media. The CGI expert decided to send out into the imaginary world’s digital ether a murdered-out love letter to GM’s C/K series of vintage workhorses. With a classy restomod twist, of course.

Now, unlike other virtual projects, we are fairly sure this will forever remain merely wishful thinking. Usually, this pixel master signals when otherwise. And this is quite unfortunate since the styling might not be “only for C10 lovers” if our own two cents are permitted.

Instead, we have a feeling that folks with a passion for restomods and even people who fancy all-black attire on their modern or vintage rides might easily get enticed by this digital creation. The virtually slammed C10 (a member of the second-generation Action Line if we are not mistaken) rides as close to the ground as possible.

It is also completely dressed up in glossy black, from aftermarket “toes” to the tip of the cabin and from the matching bowtie to its very subtle “bed wing.” There is just one speck of red color arriving courtesy of the aftermarket brakes (Wilwoods, most likely). And, quite unfortunately, we cannot glimpse under the hood or inside the cabin... though probably things are just as dark in there as well!




 
 
 
 
 

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