800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne is a low mileage custom build with a two-tone color package, custom bucket seat interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and a monster big block under the hood. So check out the pics and info on this truck, because someone already did all the hard work so you can get straight to the fun.
The Cheyenne is a premium C10, and you can tell there has been an investment to make this one above the rest. The black and silver two-tone is a modern application that reminds us this is a fresh build with under 1,400 miles on the full build. There's even a hint of pearl in the silver to ensure this has the kind of luster that draws attention the moment the sunshine hits it. They also took time with the fundamentals. That means an overall look of quality with the straightness of the panels, mirror-like chrome bumpers, completeness of the trim, and doors that close with confidence. But you're not interested in this one just because it's a solid vintage package. This Chevy is out to make sure you can see its sporty style from every angle. The front has an aggressive cowl hood and wide billet grille. The rear looks extra sleek with the flush rear pan and aerodynamic hard tonneau. And there's an imposing forward-leaning profile aided by those extra meaty rear tires.
The black interior is a build that has been given all the right investments. The door panels, carpeting, and dash pad, all have that deep black look of quality. And there's a cool mix of performance and comfort with the seats. These are high-back Procar buckets with plenty of bolstering. These are done in leather and the center jump seat folds down into a center armrest when not needed. This has other comfort upgrades like a retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo, tinted windows, and provisions for air conditioning (the compressor is installed but currently not hooked up.) But the best upgrades are reserved for you. That means the grippy Chevy sports steering wheel, a tilt column, B&M floor shifter, and a full AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauge package with large speedo and tach.
The engine bay is filled with big block power. It's done with a thoughtful style with smooth inner fenders, matching black components on the block, and just the right amount of polish from the valve covers and other accessories. And beyond its style is some serious substance. This is a World Products 462 cubic-inch Merlin V8 motor that's built with terrific performance components like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock NASCAR edition intake, and a wicked set of long tube headers. The motor has nice supporting components like braided fuel lines, polished pulleys, and a large aluminum radiator. It's a big power package that loves to announce its muscle through the Flowmaster dual exhaust. And the way it fires up and runs strong reaffirms the investment in quality when building this pickup. The mighty V8 is mated to a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. This feeds a 12-bolt Positraction rear end with 3.73 gears for solid taker-offs. And don't forget about those wide Hoosier rear tires. Plus, power steering, the C10's desirable trailing arm rear suspension, and upgraded four-wheel disc brakes make this powerful pickup a confident driver.
This is the kind of custom that impresses with its looks, comfort, quality, and of course, serious power. Call now!
MORE FROM THIS SELLER
RUSTY RIDES GALLERYView All
OLDRIDE ANSWERSView All
- I need to buy a 5 lug 17in. artillery wheel
- How do I get my avatar uploaded?
- Has anyone bought a car off of Harwell motors in Texas?
- My first car was Plymouth Fury. What was yours?
- What do you think was the ugliest classic car ever designed?
- We have inherited a field of 26 classic vehicles ranging from 40ish Cadillacs to 60ish Chevs- help!!
- chevy belair has a miss, running rough
- Is there a market for a 1959 Ford Escort 2dr station wagon
- 1964 chevy bel air v6 4 door