1972 Chevrolet C10 Custom Pickup
It all started as a rust free Arizona truck with nothing but the finest parts used in the build. This beautiful frame off restored 1972 Chevy Cheyenne C10 pick-up was meticulously restored as a spare no expense 4 year project. Custom built by a race car builder/driver. Everything is virtually new, over $90,000 was spent on this truck. Here are some of the highlights: Perfect accent pinstripes, brand new LMC billet grill, new bumpers, new headlights, new tail lights and new glass with rear tinted window to make the perfect package. Goodmark cowl induction hood, new smooth side marker lights, rear mounted stainless steel fuel tank in the bed with a lineX bedliner. The interior: Dynomat sound deadening to keep it cool and rattle free, new weather stripping and window felt, new carpet and hounds tooth interior. Every piece of the interior is new, headliner, dash pad, Grant steering wheel on an Ididit tilt steering column. Stewart-Warner gauges with blue LED lighting in a custom gauge panel. Vintage air/heating system, Pioneer CD player with iPod dock in the glove box with custom leather speaker box behind seat. It has sound power; a Sony Xplod amplifier, 2 Sony Xplod subwoofers and Pioneer kick panel speakers. The heartbeat is a new GM 350 Crate motor with 4 bolt with over 300 HP with an Edelbrock intake, Demon Carb, MSD pro-billet distributor, MSD 7AL multi-spark ignition box and Black Jack ceramic coated headers running into the flow master mufflers. The engine compartment is stunning with the Billet specialties valve covers and a Billet specialties V track pulley system, top of the line Optima battery and duel electrical fans to keep it cool when cruising. All this is mated to a totally rebuilt turbo 400 tranny. To keep it low and mean looking, it is lowered with drop spindles with front disc brakes and KYB shocks riding on center line wheels and 20” Sumitomo tire. Only 2,500 miles since the restore. This truck would be the best addition to your collection.