We love built old-school trucks, and they don’t get much more built than Marcel Venable’s 1968 Chevrolet C-10. This machine is all-business with a 408 cubic-inch LS engine packed with go-fast hardware like an Eagle stroker crankshaft, connecting rods, Mahle forged pistons, Trick Flow heads, a F.A.S.T. manifold and engine management, exhaling through a Gibson exhaust. But the high-performance hardware doesn’t stop under the hood. The transmission is a B&M-built Turbo 400 with a Gear Vendors overdrive, getting to the ground through a Currie 9-inch rear end and Eaton TrueTrac differential. Suspension is all No Limit, right down to the frame, with a Wide Ride setup and four-bar rear. With all that power, it’s a good thing the truck has Wilwood brakes, 6-piston in the front and 4-piston in the rear. Intro 301-style 18-inch wheels are wrapped with 315/30-18 tires at all four corners. To give the C10 that perfect custom look, it has Lokar door handles, a shaved drip rail, and House of Kolor two-tone black and gold paint.



Inside the Build
Year/Make/Model: 1968 Chevrolet C-10
Owner and City/State: Marcel Venable -- Fullerton, California
Engine
Type: LS1 408ci, Eagle Stroker crank, Eagle rods, Mahle pistons
Headers: Trick Flow Headers
Exhaust: Gibson
Drivetrain
Transmission: B&M Turbo 400
Rearend: Currie 9-inch, Eaton TruTrac
Chassis
Suspension: complete No Limit Chassis
Brakes: Wilwood Six-piston
Wheels and Tires
Wheels: Intro 301, 18x11
Tires: Falken 315/30/18
Special Thanks: Eagle, Mahle, Curie, Eaton, Trick, Wilwood, Lokar Performance Products, House of Kolor