Low rent option lists, next to no engine choices, and bare bones interiors. NewUsedFilter selectedNewUsedList, null ; newUsedFilter. The Truck Runs, Drives and Sounds strong. SinceLastVisitFilter false, 1557428057494 ; listingsSearchManager. Price seems right on the money, though a losing prospect for us north of the border.
All the original body trim is in good condition and it's wood grained. Front axles were the Dana 44-5F, 3,300- or 3,500-pound-rated, and the K20s used an 8-lug hub. There is wide aftermarket support for these trucks, and you can find enough reproduction parts to almost build a new truck. As the mainstream public discovered four-wheel drive and pickups in general, more and more comfort and convenience was demanded. All the lights and blinkers work. And installing the new tach requires a new bezel and tach wire harness.
It made 175 net horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque. After a frame-off rebuild, a two-tone red and white color combination was applied to the long-bed pickup. This one is priced well or would be in our area. I believe this Cheyenne was the top of the line. The K20, the highest capacity 4x4 in the line, was only available on a 127-inch wheelbase, but with either a Fleetside or Stepside bed.
The body features laser-straight sheet metal, a benefit of being a well-maintained truck from the get go. The 1972 truck is the most coveted of all. I don't see any other areas that have had rust. We have never quit missing it. An R134 conversion unit was fitted to the new compressor. The base model was called the Custom and it came with painted bumpers and hubcaps as well as minimal bright trim, a stiff bench seat for the hardasses and few other options. The 1972 truck is the most coveted of all.
They had an 8-foot bed and the Longhorn option 8½-foot bed with a 133-inch wheelbase was not available for the K-Series. The frame rails are in excellent condition as well. WheelSystemFilter selectedWheelSystemList, null ; wheelSystemFilter. Claimed original, with a nice brawny 350 engine. Called them out on it and the stories began. Every piece of rubber, plastic, wiring, glass, all drive train and suspension components, interior parts and every nut, bolt and screw were either replaced or refurbished. This exchange rate is killing the chance of importing without an immediate loss.
It had almost 400K miles on it when I sold it. All the stainless trim around the windows and wing windows is very nice. All the stainless trim around the windows and wing windows is very nice. Price seems right on the money, though a losing prospect for us north of the border. It has the factory cab lights, with the embossed mounts on the cab roof, which I like.
For 1972, the 350 got Stellite valves and exhaust valve rotators. And a new bumper too not installed. This Vehicle is Sold As Is. Drove it Onto a flatbed trailer and towed it to my shop. The starter, alternator, battery, water and fuel pumps are new, along with the belts and hoses. Whoever painted the air cleaner orange should be beaten.
This Vehicle is Sold As Is. All years of this generation of Chevy pickup were offered with either a stamped steel box floor or wood planking. The vent and dual hoses are all new as well. My first new vehicle was a 72 Chevy 4-wheel drive pickup mine was a no option, short bed, six cylinder, 3 speed on the column, which was tiny and poorly equipped compared to this beast. Front axles were the Dana 44-5F, 3,300- or 3,500-pound-rated, and the K20s used an 8-lug hub. Sometime in the past this engine got an Edelbrock Performer intake and carb, along with chrome valve covers. All the lights and blinkers work.
All gauges, switches and levers work. BodyTypeFilter selectedBodyTypeGroupIdList, bodyTypeGroupIdToNameMap, null ; bodyTypeFilter. This one has an honest apperance and we like that a few decades have passed since the restoration so it looks nice but not too perfect. The standard ratio for the Chevy K20 was 4. Drove it Onto a flatbed trailer and towed it to my shop. Front chrome bumper is very nice.
The box is simply a center console. The frame rails are in excellent condition as well. Several engine bay photos are foggy but the condition looks to be good with a very stock looking presentation including air cleaner and fan shroud. For all Hagerty Insurance clients: The values shown do not imply coverage in this amount. The dash was rebuilt with a new gauge bezels, instrument cluster and tachometer.