There's an awful lot to love in this 1972 Chevrolet C10 pickup. A serious investment in the paint, performance-built small block power, four-on-the-floor, and a great A/C interior. So, if you've been searching for a cut-above vintage truck, dig in for all the details on this one.
Ermine White is a classic Chevy color that makes for the right way to get premium vintage distinction. On this bow tie, it emphasizes the C10's clean, straight lines and gives this former workhorse a feeling of sophistication. You can tell they invested heavily in the paintwork. It was taken down to bare metal, given quality Eastwood 2k urethane primer, then painted with acrylic enamel. Then it was wet sanded and buffed to the kind of shine that will fill you with pride. On top of this excellent shine is gleaming brightwork with factory pieces like the bumpers and rally wheels. Plus, there are cool details on everything from the wheel spinners to the tailgate's Chevrolet block letter finished in chrome. As beautiful as this total package is, they also finished off the bed with color-matched liner paint, so this looker still knows how to earn her keep.
Inside, the bright white returns on the metal components, and now it's joined by a nicely contrasting black. This has a great classic look a taut bench seat and the C10's proper western-style door trim pattern. But you can also see this one was upgraded for comfort, too. The retro-style radio is a modern AM/FM digital tuner with an aux input and 6x9 speakers. Plus, you have cold-blowing R134a air conditioning to keep you comfortable all day long. Plus, with the Hurst shifter, sports steering wheel, and large tach mounted on the column, you know this one has something special under the hood, too.
The motor and the whole engine bay were part of this truck's restoration, and the extra tidy presentation proves it. The motor is the correct 307 cubic-inch unit, but all that added shine tells you they upgraded it nicely. It's been bored to 327 cubic inches total. They fortified and enhanced it with an RV-style camshaft, larger heads, pro comp aluminum intake, and a Holley 600 CFM four-barrel carburetor. Plus, it has all the right supporting components, including a new alternator, starter, HEI distributor, and three-core aluminum radiator with electric fans. It's a strong motor, and the header-fed dual exhaust really lets the world know it with its growl. The Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission gives you complete control over this enhanced V8 and its powerful soundtrack. Plus, there's power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the unmistakable upgraded ride of the C10's sought-after trailing arm rear suspension.
Complete with owner's manual and restoration photos, this is a solid classic truck that's fresh off of restoration. We've even got more details on long list of new components. So call us today to find out everything on this fully-built C10. Call now!