Your Price: $16,494
Make and Model
Type Classic Trucks
Year 1972
Make Chevrolet
Model C-10
Series Longbed
Mileage and Type
Title Clear
Stock # CAGIW123
Exterior / Interior
Doors 0


1972 Chevrolet C10 long box pickup truck I have a completely redone synergy green c10. I do not consider this a show truck although others do. I would call it a very nice, very fast, and very fun truck. It has a Gm performance 383 stroker engine with a th400 trans and a 12 bolt posi rear end with 3:73 gears. The motor is expected to be between 490-530 hp but has not been dynoed. Almost every part on this truck is new or reman. The truck has 861 miles on it since the rebuild. It got new fenders, hood, rocker panels, cab corners, box arches, tailgate, lower door patches, and inner fender wells. All steering components are new including gear box, steering column, I-shaft, inner and outer tie rods, power steering pump, and hoses. All suspension was replaced including custom made rear trailing arms, rear coil over shocks, front shocks, upper control arms, and hotchkis lower control arms to correct alignment. Transmission was also rebuilt by Gm certified class "A" mechanic, also was the rear end with new posi carrier, gears and bearings. This truck was lowered 5" in the rear and 4 1/2 in the front and does has a couple inches adjustment in the rear coil overs. Installed custom made aluminum instrument panel with all auto-meter gauges. Has a 40-20-40 front seat out of a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado with power drivers seat. Has a completely new wire harnes, all new brake and fuel lines. Has all new door handles and window regulators. New bumpers and shaved side markers and stake pockets. Fuel tank was relocated to rear of truck with fuel cell in bed floor. Driveshaft rebuilt and rebalanced with all new u joints and had to have billet mid shift bearing installed due to engine torque. Motor is a full roller 383 stroker built out of the Gm performance catalog utilizing their 383 short block with the large bore vortec cast heads. I'm sure I missed a lot of stuff, but this is a good start.

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