Up for sale is my 1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne short bed,
fleetside, resto mod pickup.
I have had this truck for over 6 years and 4 have been under
restoration. It has under 950 miles since restoration, mainly
from testing and tuning. Never seen rain or snow as well and has
been stored in a climate controlled shop. Near nut and bolt
restoration. Highly detailed with tons of custom touches
but also very drivable. My priorities have changed and I'm
moving on to a new project my whole family can enjoy. This
body style is the most sought after and values are going up.
Over 60K invested. One of a kind and priced to sell.
Price is FIRM.
BODY/CAB/CHASSIS- Full frame off, down to bare bones metal, resto.
Cab was on a rotisserie and received a new one piece floor, cab
corners, rockers, factory doors were repaired, all welds sealed
inside and out, etc,etc. Bed has stake holes filled, solid rebuilt
floor, new smooth tailgate, latch and hinges. Fresh bedliner, LED
lights under side rails, custom gas filler neck, Extang Full tilt
tonneau cover, all new LED side markers, parking and tail lights,
5500K HID headlights, all new Cheyenne trim and bezels, 2" Goodmark
steel functioning cowl hood, billet grill, new grill shell,
premium chrome bumpers, all new glass, new vent widows, all new
rubber seals, new exterior door handles, new LED mirrors,
Porterbuilt steering linkage, cab mounts etc. COMPLETELY rewired
from head to tail with American Auto Wire harnesses and custom fuse
panels on firewall and interior.
INTERIOR- Full body color painted, New carpet, custom kick
panels, Procar bucket seats w/custom brackets and mounts, 3 point
seatbelts, repro center console, headliner, visors, dash
pad,vents, Ididit tilt column, LMC steering wheel, custom door
panels, custom door handles, window cranks, Dakota Digital dash,
Vintage Air heat and AC, Sony Bluetooth head unit and 6x9 speakers
in doors, new ignition and locks, billet knobs, vent louvers,
BRAKES/SUSPENSION/WHEELS/REAR- Baer Big brake kit, uses new
C5 vette 14'' front rotors and '13 Mustang GT rear rotors,
drilled and slotted, Baer calipers,ceramic pads and SS braided
lines, parking brake, CPP Street Beast complete hydroboost brake
system, ECE Extreme Drop pass thru crossmember, Adjustable pan hard
bar, trailing arms, sway bar, 2.5'' drop spindles, 6" lowering rear
springs and big block front springs, basically a full kit from ECE,
Ridetech/Fox shocks RQ (adjustable) front and HQ rear. New poly
bushings. Ridler 695 chrome wheels 20x9 front 20x10 rear, General
Grabber UHP tires, 275/45/20 fronts 295/45/20 rears, 2 new front
wheels still in box included, complete set of new tires also
included , Richmond 3:73 gears, new axles, custom drive shaft, diff
seal and cover, HD U joints,etc
EXHAUST- Sanderson full length ceramic coated headers, 3'' custom
exhaust , SS mesh flex couplers at bed, exhaust is routed through
ECE crossmember, Magnaflow mufflers, custom center exit
exhaust with 5'' tips,
MOTOR/TRANS- ATK crate 454 BBC, 2 bolt, .030 over, 10 thou turned
crank, Edelbrock 502 E street aluminum heads, Edelbrock Performer
aluminum intake manifold, Howard custom roller cam, FAST 2.0 EFI
system good for 1200hp, FAST distributor,coil and msd, returnless
electric fuel pump, braided fuel lines and AN fittings, basically a
full kit from FAST, hand held touch screen programmer. New hight
torque starter, power steering pump, Tuff 140 amp black alternator,
Edelbrock air cleaner, custom black finned valve covers, plug
wires, Wizard custom aluminum radiator, twin Spal electric fans,
all new brackets, belts, Vintage Air A/C system, Optima red top
battery relocated to bed, Custom 25 gal fuel tank under rear of bed
with custom filler in bed, retains faux side fuel filler,
windshield wiper trans,arms and fluid tank, Freshly built
700r4 with 1800/2200 stall. Trans Go valve body and
shift kit, and servos, ZPack performance clutch pack,
upgraded 2/4 bandand steels, aux cooler, TCI Outlaw
I have the dyno sheet from ATK, made 550hp/555tq on engine dyno,
cam break in done at ATK. My builder also put in on a stand and did
several heat cycles to check for leaks and compression before
install. FAST EFI custom tuned by Maryland
Performance Center. Starts, idles and runs like a
new truck. Will cruise at 70mph around 2000rpm but has excellent
bottom end torque as well on the street. Never raced or beat on. It
has tons of custom touches throughout. I chose a factory Kia
Gray for easy touch ups down the road.. The body is laser straight,
near perfect gaps which are very hard to do especially on a truck
and paint is show quality. I decided to go with a "tri-tone"
approach with a mix of black, gray and chrome throughout the truck.
Makes for a super clean look. It really is a one of a kind, fast,
loud and very drivable build. The main builder, Rick Helmick, is a
professional fabricator and builder who has years of experience and
has work seen on Junkyard Empire. Every aspect was very thought out
and executed. He is available to answer any questions I can't. I
have most receipts for parts and some for labor.
$39900 FIRM or partial trade , NO JOYRIDES OR DREAMERS. Shown by
appointment as my schedule allows. Title in hand. Do not contact me
unless you have money to buy this truck. I might consider a partial
trade for a car hauler or small mint condition travel trailer, not
much else. I have many more pics including build process, motor and
under carriage available. Video is also possible upon request.
Professional transport also available at a reasonable price.
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