This 1972 GMC K20 2500 Super Custom is a california truck that is very straight and very solid. This is not a frame off restored truck, but it is a selectively restored truck which includes a repaint in its original colors of Medium Red and White, Recovered Seat, New Carpet, previous owner had engine rebuilt, added rims and tires, and bedlined bed. The body on this 2500 Super Custom is very clean and straight and we believe it has all of the original metal. We did not find any evidence of patches and the paint is very nice. This truck is a very very nice upper end driver that you could take to shoes or just drive. The interior is very clean and shares new with some of the original. Newly Reupholstered seat, newer carpet, original radio, new GMC Steering Wheel, original dash and gauges. It looks great! Heat works and lights and blinkers work. Wipers and horn are working. It is an AC truck but it is missing parts for the AC like compressor and some hoses.
The engine is believed to be the original 350 V8 and the Suffix code on the Pad supports this (TRL Suffix Code is a 72 Engine according to our research). Previous owner claims it was rebuilt, but we do not have the receipts. They added an aluminum intake, edelbrock carb, headers, dual exhaust. This truck has Power Steering and power Disc Brakes. It is a great running and driving truck and the 3/4 Tons are hard to find in this good of condition!!! Transmission is the Turbo 350 (TH350) and it shifts great. Previous owner also stated this was rebuilt but we did not get receipts. Transfer case is the NP205. This is a great looking truck that will make the next owner happy.
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