1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne-C10, 350 V8, automatic, truck, nice, black, super clean!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Cheyenne
- Year: 1972
- Mileage: 82,400
- VIN: CE142J157032
- Color: Black
- Engine size: 350 cubic-inch V8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne
Original C10, 2 wheel-drive, 127-inch wheelbase Fleetside truck
The truck has 82,400 miles.
The truck is powered by the optional and original 350 cubic-inch V8, a $43.00 option at new, that is paired to the optional andoriginal Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, a $236.00 option at new.
As the result of a professional repaint, the truck boasts a beautiful black finish just as it did when it was showroom new! I have seen an abundance of color schemes on these trucks over the years and while the others, including the two-tone schemes, are cool, nothing compares to the solid black!
The truck rolls smoothly on brand new 17-inch Rev wheels, a replacement for the original wheels with full wheel covers,that are wrapped in brand new GT Radial tires!
As proclaimed by the Service Parts Identification plate located on the glove box door, this is a well-equipped truck with an abundance of options. This includes:
Lower body side moldings (BX2)-$41.00 option at new
4 season air conditioner (C60)-$410.00 option at new
Heavy rear springs (G50)-$18.00 option at new
Power steering (N40)-$128.00 option at new
AM pushbutton radio (U63)-$67.00 option at new
Ammeter-oil-temperature gauges (Z53)-$12.00 option at new
Tinted glass (A11)-$18.00 option at new
Belt molding (B85)-$41.00 option at new
Front stabilizer (F59)-$18.00 option at new
Hydraulic brake booster (J70)-$48.00 option at new
Full wheel covers (P01)-$26.00 option at new
Chrome rear bumper (VF1)-$36.00 option at new
Cheyenne equipment (Z84)-$242.00 option at new
Black vinyl custom trim (603)
Black (exterior) (500)
Driver and passengers are invited to the super clean interior of the truck by anew vinyl seat cover, new black carpet, the original, fully-functional AM radio,the original, fully-functional gauges, the original headliner, the original door panels, the original steeringwheel, andthe original, fully-functional heating and air conditioning system.
The tinted glass is all original and remains in excellent shape.
The undercarriage is solid and free of rust.
The 350 starts on demand with one turn of the key and the truck runs, rides, and drives excellent. The truck is a consistent provider of worry-free enjoyment and it is prepared to serve you however you wish. As you likely know, these trucks are one of the most desirable trucks that General Motors has ever produced and they are becoming increasingly harder to find, especially in this condition. The truck is absolutely beautiful and all of its features function as designed.
The truck remains accompanied by an abundance of the literature that accompanied the truck at new. This includes the original owner’s and driver’s manual, the original required maintenance and warranty information booklet, the original new vehicle warranty and policy on owner service pamphlet with the original protect-o-plate still attached, the original vehicle inspection certificate, and the original retail instalment contract.
A brief history: The truck was purchased new from Norton Chevrolet in Oklahoma in 1972. A few years and approximately 15,000 miles later, the original owner sold the truck to a family member of his who lived in Kentucky where the truck remains today. Both the original owner and the second owner stored the truck indoors and took excellent care of the truck, as you can see.
The truck carries a clean and clear title that is ready for transfer.
Further information about 1972 Chevrolet trucks is found in the Vehicle Information Kit provided by the GM Heritage Center. It is located at this link: https://www.gmheritagecenter.com/docs/gm-heritage-archive/vehicle-information-kits/Chevrolet-Trucks/1972-Chevrolet-Truck.pdf
Interested parties are welcomed to have the truck inspected but all inspections must be completed before the end of the auction. If you have questions or uncertainties about the truck or the purchase process, please contact me with those questions or uncertainties before bidding. I can be reached with a call or a text at (270) 748-1882. If I do not answer, please leave a message and I will return your call as soon as possible.
The truck is located in Henderson, Kentucky, ZIP code: 42420. Henderson, Kentucky is conveniently located approximately 2 hours north of Nashville, Tennessee, 3 hours south of Indianapolis, Indiana, 3 hours east of St. Louis, Missouri, and 2 hours west of Louisville, Kentucky.
The truck nor the title will leave my possession until the full purchase price amount has been received in a certified payment form. I prefer cash or a wire-transfer but I will accept a cashier's check if you do not have access to the previous payment forms. A cashier's check is subject to a 7-day clearance period (my bank's policy, not mine). If you choose to ship the truck, I will accommodate any shipping arrangements that you may make, but the purchaser will remain financially responsible for the entire shipping process.
*IF YOU BID ON THE TRUCK, NO MATTER THE AMOUNT OF YOUR BID, PLEASE PLAN TO COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION IN THE EVENT THAT YOUR BID IS THE WINNING BID. A $500.00 DEPOSIT MUST BE RECEIVED BY ME WITHIN 1 DAY (24 HOURS) OF THE AUCTION END UNLESS YOU PAY FOR THE TRUCK WITHIN THIS TIME FRAME. THE FULL PURCHASE AMOUNT MUST BE RECEIVED BY ME WITHIN 4 DAYS (96 HOURS) OF THE AUCTION END. MY RECENT EXPERIENCES WITH NON-PAYING BIDDERS FORCES ME TO INTEGRATE THIS REQUIREMENT INTO MY LISTING.
THIS LISTING CARRIES A MODEST RESERVE THAT INVITES SERIOUS BIDDERS ONLY!
Again, I can be reached with a call or a text at (270) 748-1882. If I do not answer, please leave a message and I will return your call as soon as possible.
I greatly appreciate your interest and I look forward to hearing from you!