Baddest Dually Custom 1964 Chevy C10 Pickup
1964 Chevy C10 Dually – Dino’s Dually
Dino builds bad Chevy C10 custom trucks. This one’s no different as one of five C10’s he owns right now. I posted one teaser image and was holding out posting the rest until the NEW version of MyRideisMe.com was out. Well here it is! And here’s the rest of the pictures…
I’m hoping for the same crazed reaction to these photos as the one we saw after posting Dino’s truck on Facebook.
You like? Here’s what it started as! See more build pics including the custom fenders
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I spent quite a bit of time editing the pics I took. Dino’s a good friend and I knew he’d like some different looks… which one of these do you like better? In that cool evening light, I get lucky and snap some good ones here and there!
Looking under the hood, Dino keeps it pretty sanitary. The truck came with a new GM crate motor, so Dino put his subtle touches on it, including a polished Edelbrock manifold and just the right splash of chrome. Most of the radiator support pieces were fabricated for this truck.
What always gets me about Dino’s builds is that he always knows how far to take them. They’re never over or under built. Just enough patina mixed with a stylish and comfortable custom interior make this truck even nicer to own and you’re damn right, DRIVE!
A C10 custom steering wheel and custom dash with Auto Meter gauges finish up the interior. The seat’s out of a 1998 Chevy pickup and is super comfortable. I was surprised how much legroom it left too with the three 12″ subs tucked behind it.
Also sporting a slightly warmer version of Chevy’s 350, this is Dino’s get around hot rod truck. Build with air ride and and the same attention to detail, folks do a double take when they see the massive Mickey Thompson meats out back.
I experimented a little with HDR – High Dynamic Range. Sometimes the shots come out pretty cool. Sometimes they look so fake they’re hard to look at. Here’s a couple I like… I’ll probably try some more experiments with these shots too.
Here’s the rest of the pictures… thanks to Dino for setting up the photo shoot. Can’t wait for the next truck!