Body Type:Pickup Truck
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Cab Type (For Trucks Only): Regular Cab
Drive Type: 4x4
Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Sub Model: C-20
Exterior Color: Blue/White
Disability Equipped: No
Interior Color: Blue
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
1972 Chevrolet C-20 Cheyenne Super 4X4 Long Bed. This truck runs and drives great, and looks amazing. It was restored in 2008-09 complete with engine and transmission rebuild and has about 4300 miles on it since. It has a 350 trubo transmition, 205 transfer case, Eaton HO52 rear axle 4:10 gears, Dana 44 front axle. Last winter the tie rod ends, drag link, steering stabilizer, steering gear box, steering coupler, and hydraulic lines was all replaced. It has a 4" Superlift EZ Ride lift kit with lengthened drive shaft, and 33x12.50-16 tires and speedometer corrected also all done last winter. There is way to many things to list. It does not leak any fluids or have any mechanical problems at all. The biggest issue with the truck is with the paint. The paint job itself is great but it has a few chips and scratches from normal driving. Also the tailgate has been bowed slightly. (see photos) I don't know how or when, it was like that when I bought it. I do have a very nice, slightly used factory OEM tailgate that I was planning on having painted but haven't done so, that will go with truck. This classic truck is in great shape but is not a trailer queen. It gets tons of attention everywhere I drive it. I know I have left out allot of good details but I hope the pictures speak for me. Also I have tried to capture the flaws in the paint as well. This truck is sold As Is. I will try to work with you on shipping/meeting, although buyer is responsible for all shipping costs. Serious inquires only. Deposit of $500 due within 48 hours of end of sale. remaining amount due at/before the time of pickup. No personal checks. If you have any questions please contact me through ebay or call 304-532-1663. Thanks for your interest.
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