Rare 1972 Chevrolet C10 Custom 4x4
Classic trucks are always growing in popularity especially when you you talk about the early 70's Chevy. These pickups have a large following and many have been set up to be daily drivers. This classic 1972 C10 Custom is a rare factory 4X4 and is easily one of those daily driving pickups but could still pull into a car show on the weekends and be shown with no problems. It is the longbed body style which gives you significantly more storage space in the bed. The exterior of the truck is coated in a nice Blue with White top and in the bed is a matching White roll cage. The bed has also been lined in a heavy duty painted liner which matches the Blue of the body perfectly. The bumpers have been reinforced and customized to hold an electric wench up front and hitch in the rear. 16.5 inch 6 lug wheels are found under each corner and are wrapped with off road style tires.
The truck drives down the road really well and starts up smoothly. To get a break down of the drivetrain check out the following table.
Bored .40 over
TRW 10 1/2 to 1
Competition Dynamics cam
Holly 650 carb
chrome air cleaner
cast iron intake
K & N filter
HV Oil pump
Turbo 350 transmission
Stage 1 transfer case
12 bolt posi rear end
The interior of the pickup is done in Blue well and has a mostly stock appearance. The upholstery work is in great shape and the bench seat is very comfortable. All of the original gauges, knobs, switches, and trim is there and all working properly. A Kenwood AM/FM/CD player was added and delivers a great sound. This pickup is in really good shape and very comfortable to drive so come check it out today!
Take it home today for $28,750.00!
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