1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne C10 Pickup
One of the most popular line of pickups ever made was the Chevrolet C10s. The C/K series was first started in 1959 and many would argue the 2nd generation from 67-72 have the biggest following. Whatever generation you prefer there is no doubting that they are great looking trucks. This 72 is a Super Cheyenne C10 and is without a doubt one of the nicest examples of these trucks on the road. This thing received a full frame off custom build which .....
transformed it into a pro touring machine that runs just as smoothly as your brand new pickup. It was built in honor of the owners father and father in law. His father, AM Warrick, was one of the few survivors from the USS Arizona which sank during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. His father in law was a fighter pilot during the Pearl Harbor attacks and also survived. We realize that this isn't a specific feature about the truck but goes to say how much care and quality was put into the build. You will actually see that the glove box door features some custom airbrushing about these two heroes. The owner would like to hold onto the glove box door in memory of his family members but a new door has already been purchased and will be installed for whomever buys the truck. From front to rear the truck is nearly perfect in everyway and not a single bolt was left untouched during the build. It was built by Marcs Customs out of Fort Worth which are known well in the area for some of their pro touring custom build. The truck sits on a Roadster Shop custom chassis and the undercarriage is just as solid and immaculate as the top. The body is laser straight and painted in a beautiful Hammerhead Silver. The fit and finish of the body is top notch. The front end is actually from a 69 and although the grill/headlight set up is the stock style the bumpers have been painted to match the body. The door handles have been inset into the doors which is a nice touch. The tailgate is custom as well and everything just works together to create the ultimate tough but sleek look. The bed is just absolutely gorgeous with custom wood throughout. We just can't say enough how tasteful and well done this truck is. It rides on Budnik Crown wheels which tie in the perfect amount of Grey and shine.
The truck wins awards wherever it goes and this year alone (2019) has won an Autorama award for its class as well as outstanding engine plus a builders choice at Goodguys. These are the biggest shows in the area.
With a look like that exterior you can bet this thing is packing a little something special under the hood. When we say this thing is pro touring we don't just mean it has a modern crate motor or your standard 350/350 set up. This thing is running down the road with a Magnus supercharged LS3 that offers all the power and reliability you could ask for. If you just want to comfortably cruise down the highway it responds perfectly but when you feel it is time to spin the tires it is ready for it as well. The engine compartment and motor are all show ready too so after you have had your fun driving you can pull into the show and be guaranteed a trophy. Whether it is small local car cruise ins or big indoor shows this thing is a frequent winner. It has a nice chrome valve covers, a Concept One pulley system, and American Autowire harness. The transmission is a Phoenix automatic and moves through the gears nice and smoothly.
The interior was done by Paul Atkins out of Alabama who is well known throughout the country for his custom interiors. If it doesn't go home with a best truck award it often leaves with the best interior. It is done in Red and from the leather material to the double stitching and diamond door inserts you can tell it is high quality. There is easily $20K-$30K in the interior alone. The bucket seats sit nicely to each side of a fully custom built center console that houses cupholders and the new shifter. The dash has a custom made Red pad on top and also incorporates some of the silver paint. All of the dash components have been replaced and everything works.
If you are looking for a one of a kind custom that is freshly built and ready to drive anywhere you have to come see this thing in person. Make sure you are ready to buy though because once you hear and see it run in person you aren't going to want to leave without it.
This fresh build couldn't be replicated for the asking price of $168,000.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $148,000.00!