Through the mud, this '65 Chevy C10 truck looks like any other restored classic Chevy truck ready to hit the next show 'n' shine at the local fairgrounds. The body is straight, the side molding is still intact, the windows aren't cracked, and the paint ain't peeling. But look again. This truck was built for muddin' and daily driving, not polishing and ogling over. Some classic truck aficionados would freak out if their rig was submerged at 30 mph in Pennsylvania goop. But who cares about those guys? Trucks are meant for having fun in the dirt, crawling over rocks, and blasting through mud. That's just what Devon Wolf had in mind when he scavenged the parts off five C10s to build this truck. Like Victor Frankenstein, Devon bolted all the parts together and built a first-rate truck that meets his recreational muddin' and daily drivin' needs. Tech Specs 1965 Chevy C10 Drivetrain Engine: Chevy 350ci V-8 Transmission: TH400 Transfer case: NP205 Front Axle: Dana 60, 4.56 gears, open diff Rear Axle: GM 14-bolt, 4.56, limited slip Suspension Springs & Such: Superlift 6-inch lift leaf springs front and rear Tires & Wheels: 44x18x16.5 Denman Ground Hawgs on 16.5x10 steel Other Stuff: '79 1/2-ton frame converted to a 1-ton A 6-inch suspension lift from Superlift gives the C10 some height, while a Dana 60 front axle and a GM 14-bolt add the beef to the truck's drivetrain. Upping the off-road challenge, Devon left the front diff open and uses a limited slip in the rear axle.A 6-inch suspension lift from Superlift gives the C10 some height, while a Dana 60 front a It's all about reliable power, so Devon fitted his Chevy 350ci engine with a Weiand low-profile Pro Street blower. The blown powerplant puts out more than enough power to push and pull the 44-inch Ground Hawg mud tires through the thickest slime.It's all about reliable power, so Devon fitted his Chevy 350ci engine with a Weiand low-pr So what does the inside of a mud truck look like? Certainly nothing like a sissy carbon fiber street-tuner interior. This truck is fitted with all the creature comforts any self-respecting mud enthusiast needs, a steering wheel, brake and gas pedals, and a tranny and transfer case shifter. What more does a guy need?So what does the inside of a mud truck look like? Certainly nothing like a sissy carbon fi By Kevin McNulty Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!