BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED, 1972 CHEVROLET C10 SUPER CHEYENNE SHORT BED, NICELY EQUIPPED WITH BUILT 350 V8, AUTOMATIC, POWER STEERING, POWER DISC BRAKES, VINTAGE AIR CONDTIONING, WOOD BED, 20" RIDLERS, AND MORE...READY TO SHOW AND GO!!!
This awesome Super Cheyenne C-10 received a high quality frame up restoration about 6 months ago and is ready for the next lucky owner to drive, enjoy, and take to the shows and cruise-ins. If you have been searching for a nicely resto-modded C-10 Short Bed I think you will be very pleased with the quality, stance, look and features of this one. These trucks continue to be extemely popular. I will do my best to porivde you with enough images, a video of it starting up and running and an honest description to help you decide if this Blue Beauty belongs in your garage I am also a transport broker and can get the buyer a great rate on Enclosed Transport anywhere in the country and I welcome overseas buyers and can assist in getting the truck to the port of your choice.
The body on this '72 C-10 Short bed is drenched in a beautiful Blue Base coat/Clear coat that we believe to have been completed about 6 months ago. As per the original tag attached to the glove box this truck is an original equipped Super Cheyenne with belt molding and lower side body molding with the woodgrain trim. All of the trim was replaced at the time of restoration and looks great including the rear tail panel. The paint quality is beautiful and was wet sanded and buffed to a slick finish. I would consider it a very strong local show quality finish but not concourse. Body panel fit overall is very good. Some minor imperfections can be found but overall this is a true attention getting show stopper. Bumpers, emblems, and trim all look close to brand new. Glass all looks great and weatherstripping was all replaced at time of restoration. The cab still has the originally optioned rear sliding glass window. The oak wood bed is nicely finsihed for an added touch at the shows. I think the pictures will give you a good idea of how nice the paint and body are.
Complimenting the jaw dropping Blue and white exterior is a super nice Blue and black houndstooth interior. Original Bench seat received new seat foam and is really comfortable. Door panels, dash pad, carpeting all are in excellent condition. Woodgrain gauge bezel and glove box really set the interior off nicely. All new gauges including a functional in-dash tachomeneter. Pioneer sound system with speakers neatly mounted in the doors. Comfort grip steering wheel. Lets not forget the Ice Cold Vintage Air Conditioning for those of you in the warmer parts of the country! Overall the interior is also in show condition.
This Super Cheyenne is powered by a strong, rebuilt 350 V8 with a slight cam putting out an estimated 275-300 hp. Edelbrock performer intake topped off with a 4bbl Carburetor. Nice set of headers breathe out the dual exhaust with a throaty tone that will put a smile on your face and turn heads wherever you go. Handling is a breeze thanks to the lowered stance and power steering. Power front disc brakes make stopping a breeze. Power is put to the ground with the smooth shifting Turbo 350 Automatic transmission and 12 bolt rear end with highway friendly gears so you can cruise at 75 mph with no issue while also having sme stop light to stop light fun if desired. Front drop spindles and lowering springs set this truck just right and the 20" Ridler wheels are wrapped in staggered, like new ruber, 275/40/20 in the rear and 245/35/20 up front. All the lights, gauges, horn, etc. work. Only item not hooked up appears to be the e-brake. Aluminum radiator keeps this truck running cool even with the Ice cold Vintage A/C blowing. Engine bay is nicely detailed and you will be proud to pop the hood at the shows and cruise-ins. Undercarriage is also very solid and nicely detailed. Although we do not have paperwork on the build, we believe there are under 1000 miles since it was completed. Make sure you watch the video to hear this C-10 start up and running!
Asking price is $38,500 and serious buyers can call me at 770-359-8400.
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