This clean Kansas City 72 C10 has undergone a recent restoration, painted Victory Red base coat clear coat sanded and wheeled smooth, new weather stripping and window felts, retains all original glass in very good condition, original door handles and mirrors, new emblems, new side trim, custom billet grill, grill surround is like new, re-chromed front and rear bumpers, smooth tailgate, nicely updated with LED taillights, blazer style rear bumper for that slick look, black hinged tonneau cover, bed has also been rhino lined and fuel tank has been moved to the rear using blazer style tank with custom side marker filler.
Custom black bucket seat interior, new dash pad, new dash bezel, factory gauge cluster, nicely updated with direct fit AM/FM stereo with IPOD connector, custom speakers mounted behind seat, factory AC vents, factory tilt steering column with deluxe 3 spoke sport steering wheel, new sun visors, very nice set of custom leather bucket seats with center buddy seat - which also folds down for a center console, seat belts, new door panels, new deluxe floor mat, new sill plates.
Under the hood we have a strong running 350 with Edelbrock 4 barrel carb, electric choke, chrome breather, electronic ignition, this is a factory AC truck - which has been updated with a Sanden compressor, heavy duty radiator with correct shroud and fan, power steering, power front disc brakes, factory RamHorn exhaust manifolds into 2 1/2 inch dual exhaust out the back with stainless tips, this strong running 350 is backed up with a 700R4 overdrive trans, 12 bolt limited slip rear end with 342 gear, also has a set of factory overload springs.
Rides on a set of factory Chevy Rally's 15x8 all around with like new 235/70/15's
This "COOL" C10 is ready to cruise and show or haul what you need.
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