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Greenville, South Carolina
United States


 

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Jun 13, 2009 at 12:17 am
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Allstrz
Mar 10, 2009 at 11:09 am
Manual brakes not so bad... How about power steering?
 
 
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Mar 2, 2009 at 8:04 am
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1972 Chevrolet C-10 Custom (The Parts Chaser)

Last updated Mar 24, 2009  

Photo of a 1972 Chevrolet C-10 Custom (The Parts Chaser)

No longer owned

About

I went looking for a truck and this body style was on my list. I found it in a motorcycle shop I passed on the way to my sisters school. I was exactly what I was looking for except for two things. It has manual brakes and I didn't have the money. My dad and I looked at it twice and the own said he was trailering it to a large car show the next weekend and wasn't expecting to bring it back. That same day we went home and I checked the mail. My dad had recieved a loan offer for $500 more than the asking price. I have a great dad. I have to pay for it but he got the loan for me because of my lack of credit. I had it for a few years. This truck is now my dad's. I needed to get something more reliable. The truck is still in the family though and I can drive it when I want!

Specs

It has a 350 chevy with a mild cam in it. It has an edlbrock intake, carberator, K&N air filter, and sanderson shorty headers. The exhaust is dynomax turbo mufflers (sounds good).

Factory Options

It has manual brakes, power steering, front disc brakes. It came with air conditioning although alot of it is missing now.

Mods

I added LED taillights from Brothers trucks and a pioneer stereo and 6x9 speakers.

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