Weird Stuff Wednesday – Lifted S-10, Lifted C/K 10 Series, Model A Pickup Street Rod

It’s truck week at! For this week’s edition of Weird Stuff Wednesday, we searched through the pickup trucks on and found 3 of the weirdest: a custom lifted S-10, a 1969 lifted C/K 10 Series, and a 1929 Ford Model A pickup street rod.

1989 Chevrolet S-10

Lifted Chevrolet S-10Check out this beautiful customized 1989 Chevrolet S-10. Good luck getting into this lifted S-10, as the 4 link suspension creates a huge 28” lift. The custom graphics on this beast are nearly as eye-catching as the vehicle’s height. The interior of this truck is beautiful as well, with a classic blue and white color scheme.

This Chevy S-10 is powered by a blown 4.3L V6. And for good measure, there’s a chrome spoiler installed on the back. Every detail is gorgeous, so be sure to look at all the photos on

1969 Chevrolet C/K 10 Series

1969 chevrolet ck 10 seriesNext up is yet another lifted truck. This 1969 Chevrolet C/K 10 Series is a cool combination of classic and custom. The exterior body style is reminiscent of classic C/K trucks, while the 468 big block engine with a turbo 400 transmission takes this machine up a notch from its former glory. The list of customizations goes on and on: full custom exhaust, spray in bed liner, dark tinted windows, 49” Irok tires, Chevrolet emblem steps, and much more.

1929 Ford Model A

1929 Ford Model AFinally, feast your eyes on this 1929 Ford Model A pickup street rod. This beautiful pickup street rod features a matte black paint with chrome red accents. It’s powered by a 327 cu. in. V8 fitted with lake pipes that show off the power and sound of this ride. Top it off with a comfortable leather interior, and this classic truck is ready to turn heads at a car show or on the open road.


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