This is the kind of truck to get excited about. Every inch of this
1972 Chevrolet C10 pickup has been gone over to give it a fantastic
presence on the street. From the bold red paint, to the lowered
suspension with extra wide rear tires, to the enhanced stroker
motor - it's a true custom with an undeniable presence.
The first thing you notice about this truck is the bright red paint. There was the kind of investment here that gives this pickup the kind of attention-grabbing shine usually reserved for chrome. The paint is far from the only custom touch. The cowl induction hood gives this C10 the same aggressive presence as its '60s muscle car siblings; the custom grille has a smoother finish; and the bed cover gives this a dark, aggressive complement to the red paint. But the feature we know you love the most are those 20-inch Billet Specialties wheels. That's because they not only highlight the custom lowered suspension, but also the rear ones instantly make you take note of how deep the mini tubbed rear end really is. The consignor says there was $8k spent in getting this feature right, and we can see it was money well spent!
You get all the best reminders that this is a muscle truck from the moment you open the door. The houndstooth seat inserts and the three-spoke sports steering wheel are iconic pieces from the best Chevy muscle cars around, and they look fantastic against the black and red interior. And that B&M shifter is a master stroke of performance. All of this is a great reminder that there's something special under the hood, even before you turn the key and hear the motor roar to life.
The 383 stroker definitely looks the part of a strong V8. Braided hoses, upgraded pulleys, and an aluminum radiator are all signs of a proper instillation. Plus, the Holley four-barrel carburetor, Winters intake, MSD ignition, and long tube headers are all part of the enhanced power package that announces itself with a thunderous rumble of the dual exhaust. But power is nothing without the proper support. That's why this C10 has a stout GM three-speed automatic transmission and ultra wide 29x18 Mickey Thompson rear tires for grip. Plus, with power steering and front disc brakes, control is always well in hand.
This Chevy already has had all the hard work done to it; now all you have to do is turn the key and enjoy the ride...that is if you're quick enough to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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