1972 Chevrolet C10 – Today’s Tempter

By: Alex Affat, Unique Cars magazine

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Right-hand converted with a 350 in the snout, looks like an awesome workhorse and cruiser

While C/K trucks were the workhorses of America, they remain a rare sight Down Under.

A radical redesign of their predecessors, the "square-body" third-generation of Chevrolet and GMC’s utility truck gained a more rounded aesthetic in order to improve aerodynamics and fuel efficiency.

The series of trucks enjoyed a lengthy life-cycle on the market, produced from the early 70s all the way up to 1987 – and throughout its time was available with a slew of engine options and transmission choices.

This C10 available via TGS Classic & Muscle Cars in Melbourne looks to be a well-sorted turn-key package.

Already right-hand converted, with a 350 V8 up front mated to a 350 auto transmission, they say the car needs nothing to be done!

The car runs on full gas and features a 200lt tank, bright red respray, air conditioning, disc brakes and power steering.

Overall, the car presents excellently. The sellers claim the ute to have been extremely well looked after.

The bright red paint looks to have plenty of lustre in it, the interior looks clean with minor wrinkling and wear on the leather bench seat, and the engine bay is near spotless.

The car is listed for sale at $35,750, and is fully registered, comes with roadworthy and new tyres.

Check out the full listing here!

 

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