Here's a full rotisserie build (just look at the undercarriage)
that gives you a terrific two-tone, A/C interior, nice paperwork,
and plenty of big block power under the hood. So this 1972
Chevrolet C10 offers you everything you want in a freshly restored
classic, including a bed to haul home the awards.
Two-tone has always been a distinctive style on vintage pickups.
But this one takes it up a notch. The red is a modern clearcoat to
really radiate in the sunshine, and the white center section has
just as much luster. As you look over the shine, you'll see a
high-level restoration that has upheld exceptional gaps and panel
fit. It has been such a thorough restoration on this one that even
the gaskets appear new. This Custom Deluxe was above the standard
pickup, and so this makes sure to show that off in the trim. This
includes the full length upper and lower body side accents that
expertly separate the two colors. There's also plenty of shine from
freshly re-chromed bumpers and grille. And the Ridler wheels go
with this shining package while the 18/20 inch front/rear stance
announce this is also an upgraded machine.
The fresh interior is where this truck's themes of sporty, vintage,
and premium really come together. It's restored to be true classic
with the smooth painted dash and plenty of wood-like trim on the
doors and around the gauges. But since this is also a high-quality
restoration that wants to give you a comfortable driving
experience. So there are well-integrated upgrades, like the
retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with iPod input. And the air
conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant. While
the houndstooth cloth inserts in the seats are a GM staple, they
really all make us think of muscle cars like the Camaro. Plus, you
have the Chevy three-spoke sport steering wheel that's on a tilt
column. And that gives you a clear view to the full gauge package
that includes a handy tach in the middle.
The engine bay is just as clean as the rest of this pickup, and so
it's easy to spot your favorite parts of the 396 cubic-inch big
block in the middle. This is built for plenty of power with a Comp
Cams camshaft, Edelbrock Performer intake, and topped with a Holley
four-barrel carburetor. As you look at the wires, hoses, and other
hardware components, they are reminders of both the quality and how
fresh this is. A well-done package like this means this big block
fires up readily, idles nicely, and makes a dignified tune out of
the newer dual exhaust. Plus, there's power steering, power brakes,
front discs, modern tires, and a stout but smooth TH400 three-speed
automatic transmission for easy any time driving.
The sale even comes complete with title documentation and the
original sales info (looks like it was sold twice in its one year!)
When you want a build of this quality you usually have to do it
yourself and spend months sweating the details. But this fresh big
block classic lets you skip right ahead to the fun. So you know you
don't want to miss this deal. Call today!!!