614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 Chevrolet C10 is a very cool representation of a nicely restored pickup that's also received a dose of aggression to go with its vintage style. So with the amazing paint, big block V8, and ice cold A/C interior, you already know this is the truck for you.
This one makes a stellar first impression. After all, you could get a red from Chevy back in '72, but it never looked as good as this. There is a deep luster from a modern clearcoat application that instantly let's everyone know this is a quality application. And when the paint looks this good, only the best brightwork will do. The bumper, grille, and clear headlights put a truly shining face forward. And the addition of 20-inch US Mags wheels on the lowered stance gives this the polished and sporty look that's the real theme of this restored truck. But just because it's a shining star, doesn't mean it loses its practical pickup side. With fresh liner paint in the bed, it not only looks great, but it can also help with the weekend projects.
The interior has been restored to really show off the vintage cool feeling. You especially see that in the seats. After all, houndstooth cloth inserts are an icon in Chevys, and these feel fresh from the solid investment all around this pickup. The tan on the seat, carpeting, door panels, dash pad, and steering wheel make for a tasteful color combo against the red that returns on the dash and door tops. And while this all has a classic presentation, you also have terrific well-integrated upgrades. This includes a retro-style AM/FM stereo w/aux input, tilt steering column, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
We love big block power in these pickups, and just like the rest of the truck, this one is ready to show off. It has great details like the smooth inner fenders and the classic script valve covers that coordinate with the air topper. And as you look at everything, it all has the fresh look that tells you this truck is a thoughtful and clean build. An Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor w/electric choke and Edelbrock intake, on top of the 454 V8, means this one fires up readily as it inhales deeply. The long tube headers add power while contributing to the rumble of the shortened dual exhaust. And that big aluminum radiator is exactly what you want on a strong-runner like this. Even the suspension has received attention during the restoration, right down to the bushings, so this feels solid on the road. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit that knows how to handle this big power. Plus, you have power brakes w/discs up front, power steering, and the grip of modern performance tires.
This is the build that is powerful, comfortable, and fresh all-around. So don't miss out on the C10 that has everything you want. Call today!!!
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