The Chevrolet C/K series of full-sized pickups was the longest
running truck model in GM's history. The second-generation of the
C/K lineup focused on adding creature comforts to full-sized
pickups. Ride quality was improved through the use of coil spring
trailer arm rear suspensions and independent front suspensions.
This iteration of pickup began Chevrolet's focus on producing
trucks with greater appeal to the masses.
This 1972 C10 Super Cheyenne stepside short bed pickup is an
outstanding example of one of the most in-demand trucks on the
market today. From top to bottom, this truck went through a total
restoration where nothing was overlooked. Focused on originality,
the truck was repainted in its original factory color combination
of medium blue with blue houndstooth interior. The truck's 350ci V8
was rebuilt during its recent restoration and is tied to a turbo
automatic transmission. Well equipped with factory air
conditioning, power steering, and power disc brakes this truck is
an absolute joy to drive. During the restoration, new wood was
added to the trucks bed and a snap-on black bed cover was added as
well. 20-inch custom wheels round out what is, undoubtedly, one of
the best looking square body trucks that can be bought today.
1972 Chevrolet C10
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
Exterior Color:Medium Blue
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