The 1971 and 1972 Chevy pickups tend to be the most popular, with a shared large egg crate grille and further refinements such as front disc brakes. Most of the problem areas look to be in good condition. The truck was complete when we got it minus the interior finished out and the engine was removed and needed to be rebuilt. Looks like the seat has been recovered at some point in time. The truck went thru a frame off restoration approx eight years ago and it still looks very nice very solid truck with no rust.
Even the underside, chassis and suspension look new and proper. The engine bay is fully detailed and show quality throughout. Looks like a Super Cheyenne to me! The sliding, full-sized rear windshield is a nice feature that offers improved air ventilation should you ever choose to add a shell in back. Call Ron at 682-333-7433 with any questions. Coil springs remained at all four corners beneath the restyled 1967 Chevy C10, but a crisp, clean pickup appeared on the outside, and in some opinions the new Chevy looked even more modern than its half-ton Ford rival, which was also updated that year. We purchased this truck from the son of the original owner as it shows on the Texas title.
Not only does its long bed configuration provide plenty of cargo room, but it's also equipped with the features you'd want in a frequent driver. Please ask questions prior to bidding. I have photos and receipts that document materials, labor and love put into making this truck making it show quality with attention to detail. All the little details are in perfect working order as well. But that price level has tended to be stagnant for a good while now. This truck even has factory Air Conditioning not currently blowing cold , a Tilt Steering Wheel, Power Steering and Power Brakes.
The truck was complete when we got it minus the interior finished out and the engine was removed and needed to be rebuilt. A host of trim packages emerged during this generation, and serve as rolling proof that some truck buyers indeed preferred their pickups to play as well as work. The original intake, carburetor and valve covers where missing, so they as you can see are aftermarket. Certainly no cruise control, either. The Transmission looks also to be original and was rebuilt as was the motor.
Low restriction dual exhaust insures both great performance and a great deep sound. This truck even has factory Air Conditioning not currently blowing cold , a Tilt Steering Wheel, Power Steering and Power Brakes. Low restriction dual exhaust insures both great performance and a great deep sound. Call Ron at 682-333-7433 with any questions. Either way, this was very well outfitted rig. I also have a new gm 195 hp crate motor that could be purchased separately.
The Motor was built to be more stock, no large cam or anything that would take away from the stock feel other then a nice Borla exhaust. Beautiful red bucket seats flank a red center console with storage box. The powerplant sits in a very clean engine compartment surrounded by fresh hoses and belts and neatly routed wiring. Too many people have this illusion of what they want for their dream car. Our shop completed the engine and verified the numbers on the engine that it was the correct original motor to the truck.
The sliding, full-sized rear windshield is a nice feature that offers improved air ventilation should you ever choose to add a shell in back. Original 1972 Chevrolet Emission Control Systems required maintenance and warranty information book 3. I have owned many of these and really like them. All the glass has been replaced with new correct factory green tint glass, to include front, rear and side windows along with new wing windows, rubber, felt, gaskets etc. .
We encourage a personal inspection prior to bidding and will accommodate your schedule to show you the truck. New brake pads in the front and brake shoes in the rear as well as new brake hoses and master cylinder. I have a clean and clear Georgia title on hand to transfer to the new owner. Doors and windows including vents all work flawlessly. It may run and stop well, but this truck still needs some work. Car details 1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne C10 Short Bed Pickup TruckThis beautiful pickup truck was the recipient of a professional, comprehensive rotisserie restoration.
A few weekends in the garage and you could be cruising around in one of the most sought after c10s chevy ever built. The Motor was built to be more stock, no large cam or anything that would take away from the stock feel other then a nice Borla exhaust. This one needs more than what you might normally see in a truck that age. It came factory medium red and white with black interior. The bright red paint looks fantastic and covers flawless body panels.
If you have any questions about the truck please message me before bidding. Both Stepside and Fleetside availability carried over from 1966, and revised grilles continued to represent new model-year calling cards up through 1972. Everything works as it should. The motor was stripped down and inspected, then a hydraulic roller Comp Cam and push rods etc. Hundreds of thousands of them were produced. We purchased this truck from the son of the original owner as it shows on the Texas title. I will accommodate the buyer with storage, shipping and arrangements for a smooth transaction.