800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne Super has a great classic style, right down to the correct big block V8 under the hood. Plus, there's all the best features, including a bucket seat interior and A/C. And as you look over all the details, you'll see a mix of preservation, restoration, vintage, and premium that makes this an absolutely cool pickup.
The Cheyenne Super package on a C10 means a premium machine. While today we may think of many trucks as high-end cruisers, a half-century ago this was a rarity, and that makes them really sought-after today. And speaking of desirable features, this was born with the full black package. This has been given one respray about three decades ago. So it has an aged-in look that's cool for a pickup, but some people may want to look at restoring a show-ready shine on this one. After all, this pickup is not only desirable for its rarity, but also its completeness. You have the special Cheyenne full-length accenting with its hallmark wood-like inserts, and the tailgate is done to match, too. The bed is clean, the bumpers are bright, the doors close with confidence, and you have the iconic rally wheels with new beauty rings that come with the sale. It really is well-done down to details, like the redline tires.
Inside the premium black theme continues. There is evidence to show that the odometer likely represents the full actual mileage, and so that means this truck has averaged about 1,200 miles annually. That kind of low use is reflected in the condition of the interior. The carpeting, door panels, headliner, trim, and dash all show like new. The seats look especially awesome with their correct Cheyenne western-style pattern. And yes, this has the ultra-desirable dual bucket sport configuration with the center console. It's part of a setup that shows a premium pickup loaded with all the best features. In fact, there are plenty of classic truck fans who would love to get their hands on seldom-seen details, like Chevy branded 8-track player, shoulder belts, and Cruise Master cruise control button. But you'll love this for more than just impressing others. The loaded nature means you also get comfortable features like the Delco AM/FM radio and factory air conditioning (now blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.) You'll love slipping behind the classic Chevy three-spoke sports steering wheel. It's on a tilt column, so that you can get a good view of the bright and clean gauge package that even includes a central tach.
The engine is a 402 cubic-inch V8, as advertised on the front fenders. And you're looking at a year-correct big block under the hood. So not only do we believe this is the original motor, but also you can see they made sure to give this a highly original setup. Everything from the air grabber to the exhaust manifolds looks stock. And everything from the bright block pant to the nice hoses tells you this has been given the right investments along the way. The motor fires up readily as it inhales deeply with the four-barrel carburetor. The V8 feeds a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission its way to the 12-bolt rear end. The 1972 C10s are really sought-after because this was the final year for the trailing arm rear suspension, which helps make these Chevys ride smoother than most other vintage pickups. Add this power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern tread on those classic redline tires, and it's easy to enjoy the roads in your easy cruising pickup.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, service manuals, and maintenance records. This Chevy has been given the right mix of investments and respect so that it can remain a terrific representation of a true classic premium Cheyenne Super. It's so authentic that it has even been used in a feature for Sport Truck magazine. So you know how special it is to find a pickup with this many desirable features. That's why you know you can't let this one slip away. Call now!
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