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1972 Chevy Suburban 2wd-factory Rear Ac-ps/pb/tilt-3rd Seat on 2040-cars

Year:1972 Mileage:100000
Location:

Kingsley, Iowa, United States

Kingsley, Iowa, United States

     72 suburban C10 2WD - was originally a 400 (402) big block, but has 350 now - still has the 400 trans yet - had factory AC and rear AC - compressor, condenser, and front lines are now missing, I assume from the engine swap -But all lines are run to rear unit and rear and front fan work yet -  Has PS, PB, tilt - 3rd seat - Lowering spindles in front and springs in rear - Has rust in rockers and behind wheels, rf fender rusty at bottom and has dents, but floors and frame are solid yet from what I can see - motor is just an old stock 350-has newer edelbrock carb-runs nice but its just an old leaky small block-nothing special - rear end has whine but everything looks good inside-had it apart and replaced pinion and side bearings-gears looked great but make some noise - interior is decent, needs dash pad, front and rear seats need recovered, rear seat does not match front two, has some brown carpet, black vinyl floor and some gray outdoor carpet in back - trans shifts nice, have driven it over an hour one way with no problems - very nice solid truck to restore or drive like it is !! Truck is not show quality, has some faded paint, esp on top but it shines up pretty nice for older paint, had luggage rack removed from roof so it has the bolt holes yet (sealed of course), just a nice daily driver - Speedo and fuel gauge work, am radio works, but speaker in dash is shot, lights and turn signals work, heater works but not sure if all defroster ducts etc are hooked up-haven't driven it in winter - Selling due to moving to an acreage so my toy has to go!! Buyer will have to pick up in Kingsley Iowa, could meet locally or in Sioux City Iowa for interstate - Will take cashiers check (has to clear before pickup), money order, or paypal.  $500 down within 48 hrs, balnce due before pickup.


On Jan-25-14 at 11:01:12 PST, seller added the following information:

************************** Forgot to mention factory front disc brakes *************************************

 

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