Short bed Chevy trucks are hot, and this 1972 C10 is a complete frame-off restoration that was built to be driven and shown. The C10 was constructed with a bulletproof LS engine, 4l60 transmission and has been fully restored from top to bottom. Whether you want to drive it daily or take it to shows, you’ll have a lot of options with this killer build.
The 5.3 engine sits in an immaculate engine compartment finished in body color. All the components, wiring and lines are neatly arranged to create a clean, uncluttered look. The engine flows through dual exhaust set up and is cooled by LS compatible radiator with electric fans.
The interior has houndstooth buckets, console, tilt column, Vintage Air and Dakota Digital gauges. All of the soft parts are brand new and the new silver interior paint looks sharp.
The body has a quality two stage paint job that has an excellent wet sanded and buffed finish. The paint is laid out over very straight bodywork and the lines are great throughout. All body rubber is new from front to rear including all seals and body bushings. Also new is all the glass, plastic and chrome. She’s sharp looking and ready and cruise right to the show.
During the restoration, the chassis was blasted to bare metal and finished in GM chassis black. All of the suspension components were rebuilt and the truck uses lowering springs all the way around to give it an aggressive stance. The C10 uses power front discs and rear drums and has power steering as well. The Chevy is easy to drive, reliable and feels solid out on the open road.
For the C10 enthusiast looking for a high-quality build, this truck has it all going on.