1972 K10 1/2 ton four wheel drive long bed. 350, 4 speed, NP205
transfer case, 3/4 ton axles dana44 in the front and Eaton No- Spin
in the rear with 4.11 gears ). Power disc brakes, power steering.
Owned and driven often for almost a year but probably only 2000
miles odometer is not working. Drives like a truck and I have used
it as a truck but I only cross town occasionally. Has lots of new
parts and upgrades, starts, stops, steers, runs well, lights and
signals work as they should for driving. Truck is on a salvage
title. Somewhere in its life it was hit in the bed and bent the
rear axle. The bed has been replaced and so has the axle. I had no
problem getting a title, registration or insurance so I really
don't see a value issue on a 50-year-old truck. Original rust-free
Cab - floor, rockers and cab corners are original and in good
shape. Other than a couple of small spots starting on the doors the
body is rust free. Original classic medium green color inside,
remaining turquoise repaint on the outside. Hood and replacement
bed were stripped to bare metal and have simple primer. Bed has no
filler so some bodywork needed before paint. Bed has new
professionally sprayed liner. Needs a windshield. Blazer buckets
and console added with seat covers. Foam is good but seats have not
been recovered. Floor has factory style rubber mat with added
insulation by a previous owner. Originally a 307 according to the
tag in the fender it now has a replacement 350 with Weiand aluminum
intake, Holley carb with electric choke, HEI distributor, headers
and aluminum valve covers. Also has an aluminum radiator with an
auxiliary electric fan. Heater is bypassed and I haven't needed it.
All this was done by a previous owner so I don't have any
information on miles or cam specs. It looks like a crate motor.
They did a nice job and truck runs well. Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac,
1972 Chevrolet K-10
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