Skip to main content

eBay Listing: 1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne Super

Classics, SUVs  /   /  By Jim Pickering

1972 Chevrolet C10 Cheyenne Super

It’s hard to go wrong with GM’s 1967-1972 trucks, especially if you’re in the market for a classic pickup that has both vintage looks and modern usability. Options on the range included power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM radio, sliding rear windows, bucket seats, coil spring suspension, and more – so they’re actually pretty comfortable. And they’re super simple, which makes them really appealing. Just the thing for both cruise-ins and weekend runs to Home Depot.

This C10 is a Cheyenne with the Super package, which added special woodgrain exterior trim, headliner, and other interior upgrades to the relatively basic C-10. The seller says this truck was repainted at some point in the recent past, but other than that, the truck is mostly original, including the interior.

It’s rust-free, features power steering and power brakes, and has a factory tach dash. New parts include a replacement rear bumper, a recent tune up, a new washer pump, a few a/c components, and a replacement heater control valve. The engine is a stock 350 coupled to a a TH350 automatic, and the seller claims there are no leaks and no problems with either.

C-10s of this era have been popular for years, but values continue to rise for really good original examples. This one has a lot going for it, both visually and mechanically, so it should make a great driver. Over 6,400 1967-1972 Chevy trucks have sold on eBay Motors over the past several years, with average prices topping out at around $11k. See this one’s listing here.

Related Posts

If you love cars, an automotive museum is the perfect destination for a late summer road trip.

The '58 Fury was the star of the 1983 horror movie “Christine." This one was brought back from the...

To those who know its underpinnings, the Ford Fairmount is one the stealthiest, smartest sleepers...

Comment Using Facebook

comments

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!