1972 GMC K10 Shortbed "Super Custom" Factory 4x4
1972 GMC K10 factory 4x4 SWB,
90,000 mile original paint survivor. Matching #'s 350, TH350, rare
wood floor bed, etc. These trucks have become impossibly to find
in original condition. This one also features the fancy "Super Custom" trim package. As mentioned it
has the matching numbers 350 that runs as smooth as a watch. It also
has a nice shifting TH350 automatic, and the HD NP205 transfer case.
It also has power steering, and disc brakes, with 3.73 gears in the
differentials. Another neat feature is the factory 8" wide non rally
wheels. They are rare and look awesome. Again, as mentioned this
truck features the original paint on all but the drivers side front fender.
It is 99% + rustfree with the only rust being in the top and outside of the
drivers rocker panel, and in the pass side inner fender under the battery.
This is as solid as you will find an original survivor anymore. They
are just too old to be 100% rustfree anymore. I have a new GM rocker
that comes with the truck. The wood floor in the bed is also a rare
and desirable option. The bed floor is in unbelievable shape for being
all original still.
This truck is about as original as you will find one anymore. It even still has the stock am radio.
If you have been waiting for me to get one of these trucks, don't drag your feet. She wont last. I am luck to have found this one. I haven't has a short bed 4x4 in this vintage for a couple years. Who knows when of if another will pop up.
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