1972 Chevy K20 Super Cheyenne on 2040-cars
Saint Michael, Minnesota, United States
This 1972 chevy K20 4x4 super cheyenne is a clean truck , black ext and black int, stock with buckets and counsil. Is a true super cheyenne with A/C and tilt. I have the original drive train that goes with the truck, I have started to install a 2002 5.3 LS engine and tranny with 87,000 miles on it . All the hard work is done, wiring ,mounting NP205 to tranny and crossmember is all done. Exhaust and tunning is all there is left to do. I can finish for extra money or sell for what i have into it thanks ........
On Feb-16-14 at 19:03:14 PST, seller added the following information:
The truck is very clean for its age, needs a very small repair done to the inner rocker and the front left cab support has a small whole in it , prob just patch or put a new one in it . The box is very nice it has a steel bed floor , also it has two fuel tanks and the second one was put in at the factor . Fenders dont need anything or rad support
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