Locally owned & extremely rare California 1972 Chevy K10 1/2 TON short bed 4X4 with 350 CI V8 and Turbo 350 3-speed automatic transmission. The last year for the 2nd Generation C/K body style (1967-1972). Only a handful of short bed ’72 K10’s available for sale in the Country making this Chevy highly desirable. Frame off restoration done in the early 2000’s and then had another restoration done in 2014. This K10 has resided here on the Central Coast its whole life since new. Very well known among the locals as “LIL PUP”. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to own one of Chevy’s most iconic 4×4 pickup trucks. You won’t find another one like it! Great investment that will only appreciate with time. ***NO SMOG REQUIRED ON THIS 1972!!!!****
Assembled at the Fremont, CA factory plant in 1972. This Chevy K10 has been in California its whole life with no rust. Restored over the years in Galaxy Gray Metallic paint, new carpet kit, bench seat re-upholstered, door panels replaced, black Pacer rims on Kelly Safari TSR tires in LT285/75R16, rancho shocks front and rear, upgraded stereo system, transmission overhaul/rebuild, and many other services which we have receipts for from the owner. Has 40 series flow master mufflers, Hooker Competition full length ceramic coated headers, Edelbrock RPM intake manifold, and mild cam that give it a nice deep rumble.
Comes with factory front power disc brakes, rear drum brakes, power steering, manual locking front hubs, factory bench seat with 3-speed automatic on the column. A great looking truck that gets thumbs up everywhere you go. Short bed left unfinished for the new buyer who can paint it to match, spray-in bedliner or customize it with nice bed-wood kit. The options are endless.
SERVICES COMPLETED OVER THE YEARS WITH RECEIPTS INCLUDE:
Pick of the Day driven only 58,000 miles by its one owner
One-day sale and multi-day sales salon will be part of a week-long automotive festival in nation’s capital city
Exhibit featuring a Prancing Horse baker’s dozen runs through early September
Auction house expects the car, one of only two with such retrofitted equipment, to sell for more than $21 million
Film will be available on CuriosityStream on-demand streaming service
Edelbrock/Musi 555 is a carbureted big-block Chevy powerplant
The Pick of the Day remains a controversial design, but those who love it, totally love it
Competitors head to Monroe, Washington, for competition this weekend
Chevrolet removes the camouflage from its 2020 Stingray