614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Beautiful paint, a bold interior, and a smoking fuel-injected 385 hp small block under the hood - this 1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne Super is an awesome power pickup that loves to turn heads.
White is already distinctive style on vintage pickups. But the way this one radiates in the sunlight instantly signals you have a truck of added distinction. You can tell there was a recent investment in a quality modern application. But this one also get its vintage details right, too. We love the premium Cheyenne Super wood-like trim that contrasts nicely against the white paint, and it also appears like an almost unbroken line on this quality body. And they didn't forget the wood-like tailgate insert, too. The bumpers, trim, and bezels all shine brightly. Plus, not only do the American Racing Slat Flat wheels add to this vintage gleam, but also there large/modern 20-inch size hints at more upgrades within.
The red interior has a fresh and premium presentation that never loses its vintage appeal. After all, the houndstooth cloth inserts in the seats is what we expect on the best Chevys, and this instantly draws your eyes. There's more bold red on the door panels, carpeting, dash pad, and even the steering wheel. There's plenty of more wood like time for the classic vintage feeling. Plus, there are some nice upgrades for comfort, like the tilt steering column and provisions for R134a air conditioning.
The engine is a 350 cubic-inch V8, as advertised on the front fenders. But one look under the hood, and you know there's something extra to this motor. It has a clean presentation that also has the busy look of performance. That's because this is GM's special Fast Burn 385 crate V8. It earns its name because it's the ZZ4 performance motor with Fast Burn aluminum heads. This is rated at 385 horsepower and 385 lb ft torque right out of the box. In fact, it has all the best go-fast goodies, including Holley Sniper fuel injection and Hedman long tube headers. This gives your Chevy pickup more muscle on the streets and a nice rumble out of the dual exhaust. The four-speed automatic transmission is stout enough to handle the extra power while also delivering overdrive comfort. And speaking of comfort, don't forget that these C10s have the sought-after trailing arm rear suspension. Plus, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of modern Yokohama tires at all four corners makes an excellent all-around package.
You can tell they put a ton of time, effort, and money into this build. Even the undercarriage is extra clean. So don't let your ideal restored and upgraded C10 slip away. Call today!!!
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