Pickup trucks are just about the most versatile vehicles out there, capable of hauling hefty cargo, towing trailers, and often venturing from the beaten path. However, if you’re after a particularly hardy classic pickup that’ll climb every obstacle you put in front of it, this Chevrolet K20 restomod in our classifieds might be what you’re looking for.
What a sinister looking truck! Finished in a stealthy matt black paint scheme, this 1974 Chevy has gone from workhorse to monster truck in a transformation completed by Straight Line Customs of Minnesota. The K20’s distinctive design has been preserved with the chunky architecture untouched, however, huge roll bars add to its rugged looks.
The cabin is totally custom with a modern center console hosting a touchscreen infotainment display. A chrome steering wheel and matching shifter is complimented by a modified instrument cluster. The headline act of the interior is undoubtedly the huge man-eating bucket seats – designed to hold their occupants firmly in place.
The most obvious modification to this truck is its greatly increased ride hight. 40-inch Nitto tires and extensive suspension upgrades give the K20 plenty of ground clearance, and serves to add to its intimidating appearance.
Worried about climbing up and into this towering truck each time? Fear not, as power retractable running boards have been fitted to help.
Under the hood is a 350 Ci V8 motor that promises plenty of power and torque with the description stating that its acceleration will ‘push you back in your seat’. All-wheel drive, combined with the aforementioned Nitto tires, should make short work of rough terrain.
This is not a subtle truck, in fact the description plainly states ‘WARNING: If you don't like attention, please stay away from this truck!’ However, if you’re looking to make a big statement with a 4x4 that can do almost anything, this black beauty has your name on it.
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