5 Lowered Chevy Trucks We Love

Classic Chevys are dominating shows across the country. That's because people are restoring and customizing them to reach new levels. This collection highlights the slammed classic Chevy trend. These are great examples of lowering done right.

1963 c10 lowered

This slammed 1963 C10 is a SEMA show winner from 2007. It’s also rare because it came with a 283 V8 from the factory. It’s now Chevy 350 powered, and a 700-r4 and 4.11 geared rear end handle the 340 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Fuel is supplied through a 20 gallon fuel cell. A custom Dynomax exhaust is tightly tucked within the frame rails. This truck is covered with customizations, and the extreme drop has earned it a place on this list.

1966 c10 lowered

With a unique twist, this lowered Chevy truck is different than the rest. Other trucks on the list are show ready, but this truck doesn’t play along. There’s not a lot of information on this truck; we can only speculate on what this truck is about. Given the condition of the wheel wells and engine bay, there's more to this truck than meets the eye. The exterior is likely a custom paint job, as opposed to one that’s rusting away, and there’s likely not a spot of rust on this slammed Chevy.

Matte black chevy lowered

A mysterious matte black slammed Chevy truck has been floating around the internet. This stunning early body style is doing everything right. The clean, straight body lines compliment its kiss with the ground. The whitewall tires and stock style wheels make the matte paint jump out at you. Whoever owns this truck is doing many things right!

1964 c10 lowered

Starting life as a flatbed dually, this classic Chevy truck has had quite the makeover. The flatbed was replaced with a fleeted bed, and the fenders are custom stepside fenders. This is one of the most extreme duallies you’ll find.

Rat rod lowered truck

Slammed and intimidating, this rat rod rocks! This 1958 Chevy Apache has a mean mug. The silky looking matte paint compliments the intricate pinstriping. Details in the pinstripes and subtle red ring inside the edge of the whitewall are stunning.

These trucks are the best in their class. All are great inspiration for your next project. Are you ready to customize your Chevy truck?

  • Posted on   12/16/15 at 01:02:30 PM   by Jason  | 
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