The 1967-72 C/K series trucks are the most coveted trucks in America largely because, unlike many of their peers, they can be used as daily drivers without hesitation. The 1972 truck is the most coveted of all.
This 72 K10 Custom is absolutely no exception. Frame on restored in 2012 this great looking K10 is painted in its rare original factory color of Medium Green.
This truck started off as a straight, rust free clean example, painted in a new base coat clear coat finish, with new grill and new chrome bumpers. The bed still has its very solid original wood flooring, the flooring along with the rest of the bed has been painted an attractive grey that ties in nicely with the rest of the truck.
a powerful 350 engine, with Edelbrock 650cfm carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, dual exhaust, manual choke, and a new 4 speed manual transmission. This truck runs extremely well and the new 4 speed transmission makes shifting smooth and a real pleasure.
The truck utilizes stock Dana 44-5F Front axle with splicer manual hubs and Saginaw HO52 rear axle, a NP205 transfer case, as well as stock gearing. The truck sits on a set of 325/65R18 Toyo Open Country Tires size on 18" chrome rims.
The truck sits at a stock ride height which makes for amazing road manners both in town or at highway speeds. The truck sacrifices nothing off road as well.
In addition to new paint the trucks interior has been updated with new upholstered seat, new carpet, sliding rear glass window and CD stereo system. Everything works as it should.
This truck is great looking and a pleasure to drive.
Clean examples like this are getting hard to find with 1972 examples reaching very impressive prices at the 2016 Barrett Jackson, Scottsdale auction.
You will love owning this excellent K10 Truck.