1972 Chevy C10 Cheyenne: It is widely known that the 1970-1972 C10s are the most popular and most rapidly appreciating classic trucks on the market. But, Chevy stamped out thousands of these trucks and over the last 45-47 years and many have been altered beyond any resemblance of how they looked new. That makes it refreshing when a truck like this come available that is almost 100% factory original and has seen an expensive restoration. We have owned several C10s of this era over the years and this is the nicest we've seen. The paint is perfect, the truck drives great, everything works like it should and the A/C is ice cold. Additional features and options include; 350 V8, Auto, Rwd, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Factory A/C, Tinted Glass, Retro AM/FM/Cassette Stereo, Chrome Bumpers, Dual Exhaust w/ Chrome Tips, Chrome Bed Rails, Line-X Spray-in Liner, 15" Rally Wheels w/ Derby Caps, and thick 225/75/R15 White Wall Tires! This C10 has been a Texas truck since new and the sale includes; the Original Bill of Sale from Doran Chevrolet in Mesquite, TX, Original Owners Manual, and some trophies from recent shows. You can search and search (as I do daily) for trucks this nice and original and about once a year you will find a match. Don't let this one slip past you! Contact me any time for additional information, etc.
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