614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 Chevrolet C10 has a performance-built fuel-injected V8, a six-speed automatic transmission, a custom/comfy leather interior, and an overall sleek style that loves to announce it's something special. So as you look over all the details, you'll discover a pickup with big investments in creating an all-around stunner.
We have receipts that show $32k invested in this full package. It was a multi-year restoration and only about 150 miles have been put on the truck since it has been completed. What does that all tell you? It signals that this was a labor of love where they sweated the details, and the full package is going to feel quite fresh. The Electric Blue paint instantly sets this one apart. It's a quality application that loves to radiate the sunshine across the C10's crisp and iconic lines. And this same luster loves to show off the more aggressive upgrades, like the cowl hood. A smooth billet grille, bright chrome bumpers, and expertly deleted trim show they really made sleekness a priority in this special build. Even the fuel tank filler went from sticking out of the side of the cab to now hidden under the taillights. And the 18-inch American Racing polished alloys on the lowered suspension hint that this one is speedy, too.
A fresh build also means a fresh interior. The exterior blue returns on the metal parts of the doors and dash, but the real star here is the sharp-looking black style on the plush carpeting, good door panels, and smooth dash pad. And the black seats are absolutely awesome. They are borrowed from a late-model GM truck that include individual buckets and your choice of a middle jump seat or fold-down center console. It's all done in supple Katzkin leather. There are nice conveniences like an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth, and there are provisions for Vintage Air air conditioning (it likely just needs a recharge to blow ideally cold.) But the best treats are just for you. The driver's seat power adjusts to the ideal position, and the wood-rimmed steering wheel is on a tilt column. You've got a full upgraded gauge package that glows blue to match the color theme, and the floor shifter has a manual shifting option like the brand-new modern pickups.
While there are plenty of interesting custom components on the interior and exterior that will draw a crowd, we're willing to bet the engine bay is what really brings them all to you. It's a late model 6.0-liter Vortec V8. It has the kind of clean installation and color-matched cover that makes this look like it belonged here since day one. Even the supporting components look fresh, like the polished brake booster and large aluminum radiator. While upgrading to a fuel-injected motor is already awesome for greater power and consistency, this one goes further. It was enhanced with a Cam Motion roller camshaft, roller rockers, and Hedman headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. So it has extra power and a great V8 tune. Plus, a 6L90E six-speed automatic transmission means terrific radio and overdrive. So this C10 feels like it's always in the ideal gear whether you're in the passing lane or cruising down the highway. The long-haul likeability of this classic is further enhanced by power steering, power brakes w/front discs, a limited-slip rear end, and modern sport tires.
The sale comes with the build receipts to prove how this truly is a superior Chevy pickup. So when you want to be awesome from every angle, don't miss this custom Chevy with all the extras. Call today!!!
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