Powerful, bright, and very custom – this 1972 Chevrolet C10 is one of those complete and thoughtful builds, and so you know a total package like this should cost way more.
The full glittering gold paint on this Chevy really makes it look like a full precious metal machine. And the expertly shaved trim means you really notice the polish on the equally shiny places like the chrome front bumper, quad exhaust tips, and large 17-inch alloys. It gives this C10 an instant presence that conveys premium and custom. But this one really impresses in the details. The crystal-clear headlights, new grille, neatly integrated modern door handles, a smooth tailgate, well-integrated roll pan, and much more signify a very thoughtful build. And while this is ready for the Sunday car show, you don't need to be afraid of Saturday's chores thanks to nicely matched liner paint in the bed.
Inside is more of the golden treatment. The exterior paint returns on the metal parts such as the door tops and dash. And now it's joined by a well-coordinated two-tone tan to give this a very tasteful and uniform appearance. The seating shows you how thoughtful this truck is. It's the more modern arrangement with custom two-tone leather, bucket-like bolstering, and an armrest center console. And while this offers superior individual comfort, you can raise the center console to seat three whenever you need it. The custom door panels, sun visors, and carpeting all match this look for an award-worthy package. There are great modern features like power windows, LED lighting, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with separate satellite radio receiver. This is your gateway to a crisp and powerful subwoofer speaker system. But in a truck like this, the best features are just for you. There's an NRG sports steering wheel finished in wood and chrome, and beyond that, the full set of Dolphin gauges is set in a mirror-like panel.
On a custom pickup this bright, it makes sure even the engine bay is shining. Not only does the exterior gold return, but also you have so many shining components that you'll need to wear sunglasses just to inspect it all. In fact, $1,800 was spent on the polished pieces alone. And when was the last time you saw inner fender walls that looked like mirrors!? But beyond all this flash is some serious substance. This is a Chevy 350 crate motor that has barely been broken in with only about 500 miles on it. Not only is it fresh, but it's also powerful thanks to features like a Holley four-barrel carburetor and long tube headers. Out on the streets, this is a fantastic cruiser. You have power steering, front disc brakes, and the modern grip of wide Falken tires. You even have great long-haul features like cruise control and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
This is a truck built to drive comfortably near or far – and WOW them all along the way. Don't miss this deal, call today!