SOLID, 350 V8, AUTO, PWR FRONT DISCS, PWR STEERING, A/C, UPGRADED BOX, CLEAN.
Trucks built with quality like this 1972 Chevrolet C10 pickup is a fine example of fun vehicles that draw looks. Powerful, handsome, and ready to work and play, it's proof that the market for classic pickups remains strong.
With some modifications, but no cowl hood, no questionable graphics, this C10 is just a solid, straight old pickup in a great color that isn't begging for attention. The green paint isn't perfect but really this truck isn't made to be a trailer queen, so take it as it is. It's a truck that has worked hard and still looks fantastic and has a lot of life left to live. There's plenty of trim to make it sparkle, from the "egg crate" grille and the chrome bumpers, to the woodgrained and stainless trim that runs the length of the body, giving it a sporty demeanor. And despite a few signs of use, this truck is a great example of '70s craftsmanship in our showroom, with its vivid color and sharp presentation. Look a little closer and you'll notice n 90's Chevy step-side pickup bed, which shockingly enough, seems to match up almost perfectly with the vintage truck cab's character lines. The result is an illusion that is extremely convincing of it being 100% factory.
Black vinyl upholstery gives the interior an upscale, almost formal Chevrolet look. The bench seat is firm and comfortable enough for three, and the nice detailing on the seats looks clean and pristine. The dash appears to have all the original gauges intact, including a rare factory tach mounted just ahead of the steering column, and despite a little fading, these are still some of the best-looking dials ever put into a truck. An upgraded AM/FM/CD player replaces the vintage AM piece and A/C is a very welcome upgrade and it blows cold. This is the kind of truck where you can slide inside and feel instantly at home.
Under the hood you'll find a smooth running, rebuilt 350 cubic inch V8. It's a potent, torquey mill that moves the pickup with some authority of a muscle car. And as a small block Chevy, it looks right at home in the vintage pickup. Bolted to the near bullet proof block is an automatic transmission that feeds into a rugged 12-bolt rear end. Stopping power comes courtesy of front disc and rear drum brakes. The classic Rally wheels look awesome with the 5 lug pattern turn easy with power steering, and are fitted with 235/70/15 Turbo-Tech radials that stuff the wheel wells properly.
Plan on seeing more trucks this solid as the demand for classic trucks just continue to rise, but in the meantime, you can take this one home at a fraction of the cost that you would expect if you did the work yourself. Call today!
Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Defrost, Front Disc Brakes, Heat, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts, Vinyl Interior
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Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months