These Chevy Trucks Look Phenomenal Slammed
Over the decades, Chevy brought the pickup truck to the masses. The 1918 one-ton is called Chevrolet’s very first purpose-built truck. In the late 1930s Chevy came in with the half-ton, and in the late 1940s pioneered what was called Chevy “post-war design” with the 3100 series. For the 1950s , they released the Cameo Carrier and the first Fleetside on the market. In 1960 the Chevy C/K line was introduced, in 1980 the S10 and with the Millennium, Silverado, Colorado, and Avalanche.
With over 100 years of Chevy truck production, there are plenty of choices and many, many more custom modifications for truck owners to make their Chevy truck their own. From performance to looks, colors to sound, exterior or interior, raised or lowered, the choices seem endless and keep catching our attention. It’s hard to say which mods turn heads the most, but a good slam can have a huge impact on how we perceive a truck. To prove it, here are 10 Chevy trucks that look amazing slammed.
ten 1950 Chevy 3100 Pickup Truck: Dirty Diablo
This slammed 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup is known as the Dirty Diablo. It has full air suspension on a modified modern Chevy S10 chassis. The digital SmartRide system offers the rider programmable heights – belly scratch or ride.
Not only do we love its stance, but the OG stripes on the air filter, in the seat padding, on the dash and body and the whitewall tires add to its rat rod aesthetic. An old-school snap with an eyeball flying off the door and other sick details can be seen in the video.
9 1957 Chevy large Fleetside window
It slammed Restomod Chevy Fleetside 1957 has a Roadster Shop chassis. It comes packaged with an Air Lift setup and two compressors.
The suspension control panel is located under the dashboard. It is powered by a 6.0-liter LS2 V8 with a supercharger from ProCharger.
8 1957 Chevy 3100 Pickup Truck: Snow White
Snow White is a 1957 Chevy 3100 restomod built from Premier Street Rods. He made an appearance at SEMA 2017.
It is equipped with RideTech ShockWaves and the air system is controlled by AccuAir. The Chevy is driven by a 427-inch LS3. A full preview of SEMA’s Snow White can be seen in the video.
seven 1965 Chevy C10 6X6: Brad DeBerti’s C10 killer
DeBerti’s C10 Killer is a unique six-wheeled vehicle built by father/son team Deberti and unveiled at SEMA 2021. This slammed freak is driven by a Whipple Supercharger atop an LSX B15.
Not only do we love that the C10 Slayer is lowered, but we also love the eight-stack, color-matched red wheels. A panoramic view of the 6X6 can be seen in the DeBerti video.
6 1968 Chevy C20 3/4 Ton Pickup: Diesel
This slammed Chevy C20 comes in an amazing two-tone Techno Orange and Silver Metallic exterior, with Glasurit paint. It has Air Lift Performance suspension, bag over the axle.
The ¾ ton pickup is powered by a Turbo Cummins Diesel with an NV4500 5-speed manual transmission. A body module was completed to house an oversized rear window.
5 1969 Chevy C10 Diesel: Diesel Brothers Build
This slammed Chevy C10 comes from the team at Dieselsellerz on the Discovery Channel Show – The Diesel Brothers. The body rests on a tubular frame with hydraulic suspension with cantilever coil springs.
The Diesel Brothers C10 uses an LBZ Twin-Turbo Duramax. You can see it coming out of the hood. A full look can be seen in the Discovery video.
4 1979 Chevy C10 Custom Deluxe
This slammed 1979 Chevy C10Custom Deluxe Pickup Truck comes in Torch Red. It’s notched and bagged and its customization included a tilting hood up front.
His AirRide, Flowmasters, Vintage Air, and Clear Dispenser are just some of the mods. They’re not so crazy that this 79 can’t be an easy daily, but it has a super rad drop to make our badass list.
3 2001 Chevy S10 Xtreme Pickup Truck
This slammed 2001 Chevrolet S10 pickup was a custom build that appeared at SEMA in 2007. In addition to air suspension, it has a custom sound system and a trio of displays with a PS console.
Pinstripe wheel and rear quarter detailing adds to the overall exterior package. When it comes to uniqueness, the engine compartment and the interior have not been forgotten.
2 2019 Chevy E10: Electric Concept
The Chevy E10 Concept truck was first shown at SEMA 2019. The E10 was born from a 1962 Chevy C10 to highlight the eCrate – an electric crate propulsion package; but the lowered suspension is what grabs our attention here.
The E10 features LED heads and tails, an illuminated Bow Tie badge and a digital display. To keep the EV its original sound, there is an engine sound simulator with five variants, including an LS7 racing version.
1 1946 Chevy 3100 Custom Pickup Truck
This lowered 1946 Chevrolet 3100 was built with a fiberglass rear fender change to accommodate its stance. Fiberglass running boards feature similar custom graphics seen around the exterior body and wrap around the interior.
This ’46 runs on a Chevy 350 V8 with a TH350 automatic tranny. The custom silver interior and wooden bed complete the badass look of the discontinued Chevy.
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