This 1972 Chevrolet C10 is a serious performance pickup with serious 502ci V8 power. But more than just a monster motor, you're going to love how it's color-coordinated over every inch – even the undercarriage! So dig into all the details on this amazing build offered for a gone-tomorrow price.
You can tell this truck is something special the moment it comes into view. It looks like the whole pickup was dipped in this electric blue, and so the sunshine radiates off this modern color. And there was a ton invested to make this C10 look extra sleek. Up front it's the expertly deleted trim, billet grille inserts, and driving lights integrated into the color-matched bumper. The door handles were deleted so that nothing gets in the way of the gentle curves Chevy put into this sheetmetal. The bed is now one solid piece, so it has a continuous flow as the light rolls around the corner. Even the taillights were moved to the custom roll pan to make sure this looks as sleek as possible. And of course, there are powerful details everywhere – from the power bulge of the cowl hood, to the tubbed inner fenders seen in the coated bed. You even see a nicely integrated fuel cell back there! And while this one seems to avoid as much chrome as possible on the body, those polished 15-inch Mickey Thompson wheels are like a beacon of performance drawing attention to the truck's aggressive stance.
Inside the exterior blue returns as an accent color for the seats, center console, and dash. But what you really notice are all the upgrades done in black and white. It starts with a pair of leather bucket seats. Not only do these high-back units offer terrific comfort, but also yours power adjusts to the ideal position. There are other great features like remote door openers, a push-button ignition, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with XM and Rockford Fosgate speakers. But as cool and comfortable this interior is, you also get the unmistakable tingle of performance. It comes from seeing the dash dominated by toggle switches and crisp AutoMeter Sport-Comp gauges.
Under the hood is Chevy's 502 cubic-inch big block. This might be a beastly motor, but it looks like a beauty with the exterior metallic blue returning in all the right places. That means not only is the engine block color-matched, but also the valve covers, intake, air topper, fender walls, and many more details. And as much as you'll love showing off this motor, there's also a ton of substance beyond the style. This big block has been enhanced and fortified with GM Performance aluminum heads, MSD ignition, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help it all keep running cool. The V8 inhales deeply with a big Holley 850 four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as long tube headers feed the dual exhaust. And don't just listen to the thunder; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll not only see more of the fantastic color-matched presentation, but also you'll spot some nice upgrades, like the stout Ford 9-inch rear and reinforced ladder bar rear suspension. Plus, with a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and wide Mickey Thompson tires in the rear, this has all the right features for both performance and easy use.
You know you'd pay a ton more to get this much power and this much presence. So you also know you need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!