This is the kind of truck to get excited about. This 1972 GMC C1500
Super Custom pickup has a great stance, cool-two-tone, plenty of
chrome, an A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and an overdrive
transmission. Oh yeah, there's also a fuel-injected LS2 V8 that's
putting some serious muscle on the street.
You can tell there was a big restoration investment in this truck.
It has a terrific two-tone that loves to radiate in the sunlight.
It has a true premium presentation with the trim separating the
white and blue along the profile. And this same trim really helps
to highlight the straightness of the sheetmetal. And while this
gives the truck a classic style, you also know it wants modern
attention, too. The chrome grille shines a bit brighter; the
lowered stance seems a bit meaner; and those sport tires on the
large 18-inch American Racing alloys are pure intimidation. It's
truly a thoughtful total package made to let you know there's
something special under the hood. But even with all these more
modern upgrades, they still made sure to give you the proper real
lumber for the vintage truck bed.
The interior continues the truck's fresh look and two-tone appeal.
This has some great classic GM truck pieces like the western-style
pattern in the door panels and houndstooth cloth inserts in the
seats. But as you take a closer look, you can see this was done for
more modern comfort. The seat has nicer bolstering for better
all-day appeal, the carpeting is plush, the retro radio is a modern
AM/FM digital tuner, and there's a full Vintage Air air
conditioning system. The wood-rimmed sports steering wheel is
mounted on an upgraded chrome tilt column, and this gives you a
clear view to the full gauge package, including centrally mounted
Just like the rest of the truck, the engine bay is fully ready to
show off. Slick inner walls finished in the exterior's creamy white
have a premium style, and a big investment in polished components
give this a ton of flair. At the center is GM's excellent 6.2-liter
LS2 V8. While most of us would already be hooked just because of
the modern motor, this one goes further with a Holley Sniper
electronic fuel-injection system to let the LS2 inhale with added
power. And the headers let this exhale with even more power and
authority as it feeds the H-pipe dual exhaust. You'll even spot all
the right supporting components, like a serpentine belt system,
Optima battery, and aluminum radiator w/electric fans. It makes for
both a powerful and useful package. That's why you have other
modern upgrades, like a four-speed automatic transmission
w/overdrive, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes with
Wilwood master cylinder.
This is a fantastically fresh build, right down to the
undercarriage photos. So while most of us are just impressed
because we don't see too many GMCs, this fuel-injected Super Custom
really takes it into or wildest dreams. Call today!!!