This 1972 GMC C1500 Super Custom is a true classic pickup. With
plenty of a two-tone style, a coordinating topper showcasing the
long bed, an A/C interior, and an easy-driving V8 attitude, it's an
intoxicating balance of workman vibes and true vintage charm.
The Dark Olive Green Is a great 1970s color. It has the earthy vibe
you want from the era and this respray gives it a nice gloss to be
attractive in modern times. There are some thoughtful details, like
the shine of the chrome bumpers and how this long bed retains its
full-length trim to showcase the good-looking sheet metal. Plus,
while a white roof just looks like a hint of two-tone on most
classic pickups, it makes for a well-coordinated look here with the
camper topper. We love the look of the long windows on this bed
shell, and so it even makes this clean and complete long bed extra
alluring for a camping trip. As you look inside and out, you'll
notice this GMC is attractive but not perfect. The value price on
this truck can leave room in your budget for a respray or other
updates, but we like the attitude it represents today. It strikes a
cool balance of a proper shine and a real pickup attitude. So it's
both honest and vintage in the first glance.
The honest attitude continues inside. It's in the classic bench
seat, resilient floor, and dome light that greets you when the door
opens. And you can feel the classic details everywhere from the
western pattern of the door panels to the texture of the dual
spokes in the steering wheel. But this GMC also likes to update its
cruising appeal. So you have details like an AM/FM digital tuner
with cassette and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is a good-looking 350 cubic-inch V8. The tidy style
even lets you see upgrades like the Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor with electric choke and the newer Edelbrock intake. And
because this one was built to be an enjoyable driver, you have
power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed
automatic transmission. So this GMC knows how to cruise
This is a distinct truck with a true classic attitude. The sale
even comes with the original dealer invoice to prove it's a
southern pickup that sold out of a small town dealership. So if you
want an affordable vintage ride with real pickup charm, call
1972 GMC 1500
Exterior Color:Dark Olive Green
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