Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne Super is a very cool representation of a nicely restored pickup that's also received a dose of aggression and comfort. So with the amazing paint, 350 V8, sporty stance, and ice-cold A/C, you know this is the truck for you.
The Dark Olive Green isn't outrageously wild like those candy purple or electric blue paint jobs other classics have received. Instead, it takes an ideal '70s color and adds a hit of nostalgia-like flair with a hint of metallic and the glow that comes from a more modern application. It's the factory-correct color, and in fact, the trim tag tells us the Medium Olive on the cab delivers the full factory-correct color combo. And both the condition of the classic wood-like trim and its straightness really tells you about the detailed investment in this pickup. So now it fits in with the old-school truck scene, and it also really pops in the sunlight. Nice chrome bumpers, a lowered stance, and the modern 18-inch Ridler wheels offer a street machine attitude. But when you look underneath the aerodynamic tonneau, the full liner paint in the bed reminds you that a good truck needs to know how to get the job done, too.
Inside, there's more green and wood-like trim. So it has the right vintage attitude. But just like the exterior, there have been the right investments in updates and upgrades. You can best see this perspective on the seats. You have a vintage style with the green vinyl bench with green cloth inserts. But while this looks 1970s-cool, the feel is far fresher. And there's even a movable cusp holder center console in a coordinating green. Nice carpeting, complete door panels, and a smooth dash complete a quality appearance. You'll appreciate well-integrated upgrades, like the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette and air conditioning blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant. There's a classic Chevy sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and so it helps make sure nothing gets in the way of your view of the full gauge panel with tach.
The 350 cubic-inch small-block V8 looks terrific as the fresh block paint radiates from within the dark engine bay. And as you take a closer look, you'll also spot the brake booster and Cadillac-style air grabber painted in an exterior-matching green. It's just an extra dose of flair that seems appropriate on this pickup. The V8 inhales deeply from the Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, and it makes a nice V8 tune out of the X-pipe dual exhaust. Out on the road, this one has the right driving features you want, including the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of modern street tires. Plus, with a thick sway bar up front and the C10's desirable trailing arm suspension in the rear, this makes for quite a comfortable all-day cruiser.
This has the chiseled good looks of a classic bow tie with the right comfort and style added. The result is an irresistible mix of quality and distinction. Call today!!!
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