This 1972 Chevrolet K10 4x4 is a very cool representation of a
factory-style truck that's also received upgrades in the right
places. So your vintage side will appreciate the great two-tone,
houndstooth upholstery, and hardy small block. Plus, there's a
freshness to the interior and suspension that make it the kind of
4x4 that's even more fun to take everywhere.
Brown metallic and white make a terrific classic two-tone. The
paint is an upgrade later in life that has both depth and radiance
every time the sunshine finds the sheet metal. And they invested in
far more than just a quality paint job. The full-length side trim
not only provides a distinct dividing line for much of the
two-tone, but also it highlights the crispness of the body panels.
The same quality can be seen in details like the newer bright
chrome bumpers, full light package, pliable weather-stripping, and
15-inch rally wheels. But more than just look good, this is a true
truck with true ability. That's why you have the lifted stance on
this 4x4. And if you do feel like doing real truck duty, the long
bed means you're only making one trip to Home Depot.
Just like the exterior, the interior received nice investments to
appear stock while feeling fresh. This is especially true on the
brown vinyl bench seat with classic Chevy houndstooth cloth
inserts. New door panels, a soft dash pad, good carpeting, and a
proper headliner round out a solid package. This classic wants to
be a comfortable modern driver, and so you have features such as a
retro-style AM/FM stereo with aux input. And there's even Dynamat
insulation used underneath it all to give you the kind of quiet not
often seen in vintage pickups. Plus, the Chevy three-spoke sports
steering wheel is both stylish and gives you a commanding view of
the clear gauge package and the road ahead.
Under the hood, the smooth and dark inner fenders funnel your
attention to a clean and bold motor in the middle. Like the rest of
this build, you can see there was an investment here to get the
engine looking fresh and stock. But this also spent time getting
the details right. The 350 cubic-inch V8 now inhales deeper with an
Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. And the exhaust manifolds were
sandblasted and painted so that they look sharp while feeding into
the upgraded 2.5-inch dual exhaust. It has good supporting
components with newer pieces like the HEI distributor, plugs/wires,
hoses, Optima red top battery, water pump, heater core, and
aluminum radiator. The three-speed automatic transmission is the
ideal pairing for strong and smooth operation. This feeds a stout
12-bolt rear end. And when the pavement ends, the two-speed 4x4
transfer case, BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As, and full Rancho
shocks/stabilizer kit are all there to keep you going strong. More
than just stout, they thought about all-around drivability. That's
why the four-inch suspension lift is a Tuff Country soft ride kit.
And this has nice cruising features, like power steering, power
brakes, and front discs.
This is the classic 4x4 pickup that has been given love and
investment in all the right places. So it's your time to love this
deal, call today!