Custom Chevrolet C-10, Land Rover Truck, Fastback Wrangler – Weird Stuff Wednesday

Every week, we see thousands of cool customs, crazy classics, and confusing contraptions on Carsforsale.com. We’re featuring 3 of our favorites in this week’s edition of Weird Stuff Wednesday. Today, we’re featuring a Custom Chevrolet C-10, a 1997 Land Rover Truck, and a Fastback Jeep Wrangler. So adjust your mirrors, and start your engines; it’s time again for Weird Stuff Wednesday!

1971 Chevrolet C-10

Custom Chevrolet C10

Affectionately named “Dedication” by its creator, this custom 1971 Chevrolet C-10 build took over 2 years to complete. Each piece has been chromed or painted, and they threw a Corvette LS1 engine under the hood. Custom exterior touches include the tilt hood, suicide door hinges, huge body drop, trick tilt bed, and much more. Step inside this truck, and you’ll find beige camel leather, custom speakers in the doors and center console, and more. This incredible truck has been featured by a variety of media outlets. We’re happy to have it on Carsforsale.com.

1997 Land Rover Defender 90

Land Rover Truck

This 1997 Land Rover Defender 90 has been converted to a D130 crew cab Land Rover truck! After undergoing a huge frame-off restoration, we’re left with this gorgeous bronze truck. Totally customized with tons of off-road features, a luxurious interior, and top-notch tech, this Land Rover truck is ready for the trail and the next auto show.

2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Fastback

Jeep Wrangler Fastback

Last but not least, check out this custom fastback Wrangler. We see a lot of custom Wranglers with LED light bars all over, huge wheels, and every off-road feature you can think of. This one really caught our eye. To start, it’s hard not to notice the unique fastback body style. Finished with Porsche GT Silver paint, the powder orange accents stick out beautifully. It may look too good to get dirty, but we’d love to take this Jeep out on the trail.

 

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