1972 Chevrolet C10 Custom Pickup LS AIR RIDE – Black / White

1972 Chevrolet C-10 LS3 / 413 HP Fuel Injected Engine (’09 GMC Denali)

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: C-10
SubModel: LS3 / 413 HP Fuel Injected Engine (’09 GMC Denali)
Type: --
Trim: LS3 / 413 HP Fuel Injected Engine (’09 GMC Denali)
Year: 1972
VIN: CCE142Z155644
Color: Black
Engine: LS3
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

Description for Chevrolet C-10 1972

LS3 / 413 HP Fuel Injected Engine ('09 GMC Denali) 6.2 stroked to 6.8, Texas Speed & Performance crankshaft / camshaft, Eagle rods, Wiesco 4.07 -3cc pistons, TSP valves / pushrods / rockers / springs, Spectre Performance intake, Concept One pulleys built by Big D's Speed-O-Motive. GM4L80E Automatic OD transmission with Yank converter and Lokar floor shifter. 12 bolt rear end with 4.10 gears. Painted in GM Black / White finish. Custom '68 Buddy Buckets Red Vinyl / Plaid Cloth... custom interior finish out by Heath Upholstery. CPP Hydro-boost system with Wilwood master cylinder / 4 wheel Drilled & Slotted conversion. Power Rack & Pinion steering. Vintage Air A/C. Porterbuilt Extreme drop-member, 4 link rear end, tubular A-arms, and hood hinges. CPP spindles. 2 in narrowed rear end. Ridetech level Air Ride setup. Hooker manifolds with custom exhaust & Flowmaster 40 mufflers. Griffin radiator with Twin Spal cooling fans. Boyd's Welding gas tank. Painted tilt column with Billet Specialties Leather half wrapped steering wheel. Dakota Digital VHX gauge cluster. Fold down center arm-rest. Dynamat sound deadner. Retrosound AM/FM stereo. Integrated turn signals in dual chrome mirrors. Custom Bamboo bed with Don Doors custom CNC-grooved painted railings. Raised & leveled rear bed. Tinted glass. 22? Schott Chrome wheels with Diamond Redline tires. Full custom frame-off restoration pickup.First displayed on the cover of C/10 Builder's Guide Magazine January 2014 from initial Builder / Owner Eric Lange in San Clemente, CA. The truck under his ownership had a complete restoration and took 4 years to complete. It re-appeared on the cover of Street Trucks Magazine January 2017 from new Owner Tim Fitch from Enid, OK. Under his ownership he had made changes to the drive-train set up, interior, subtle paint change, and wheels.