614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 Chevy C20 pickup is the kind of vehicle that gets attention from real truck people. Maybe it's the distinctive patina, upgraded houndstooth interior, or the heaver duty C20 features. In fact, all of this ensures you're looking at a classic pickup with timeless appeal.
Two-tone has always been a distinctive style on vintage pickups. This medium blue with white roof looks like the original application, and it look like it has EARNED the kind of patina we all love on a proper workhorse like this. If you're also a fan of using your vintage pickup for true truck duty, the fact that this is a long bed with a heavier duty C20 designation makes this a great choice. In fact, you really have all the right features that real truck people look for, including a proper trailer hitch, wide step rear bumper, trailering mirrors, and the added ability of leaf springs (a rare item in this C-series.) There's even some upgraded polish on those American Racing wheels, and it shows off the extra-duty 8-lug setup.
Inside the two-tone theme continues. The exterior blue returns as a dominate color, and that means you'll really notice the white door panels with the classic Western-style pattern that these C10s were known for. And speaking of classic pieces, the bench seat was upgraded to a cool blue with Chevy's iconic houndstooth cloth inserts. The full dash has a vintage-style presentation that includes the AM radio that's still on display and provisions for factory air conditioning. The dual-spoke steering wheel is on a tilt column, and so you get a clear view of the gauges and the road ahead.
The engine is a 350 cubic-inch V8, as advertised on the front fenders. The Chevy Orange block and valve covers look like they're radiating from underneath the factory black air grabber. In fact, you'll love this honest presentation, right down to the factory decals. And the correct Rochester four-barrel carburetor that allows the V8 to inhale deeply. The Custom Camper badging on the side leads us to believe this was built for easy cruising. That's why it also has features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with discs up front. You even have dual fuel tanks for the long haul.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the interesting extra-duty patina machine offered for quite a nice price. It's a total package deal that won't stay with us long, so call today!
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