Engine Size
383 V8
Transmission Type
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Body Color
Interior Color


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This 1972 Chevy K20 pickup is a frame-off restored truck that was done by the previous owner. He owned a Repair Shop and it was a labor of love him for him and very hard to let go. It took him around 8 years to get it completed and there are roughly 7500 miles on the build. It is a very nice and well sorted truck that was built to drive and use, not to be a Trailer Queen. It was done right and he put around $50,000 in the restoration. The body on this truck is excellent and we found no evidence of rust, rust repair or bondo. The paint was professionally done and looks great with only some minor flaws and minor marks from driving. It was taken apart when painted and done correctly. The body is super straight and all of the trim, seals, gaskets, and glass is new. The bed was Rhino-Lined when restored on both the inside and underside for longevity. The underside is extremely clean and solid although it does show some dirt and dust from driving. The interior is also really nice and was also re-done. Everything is new and everything works except for the factory tach. It has Factory Tilt Wheel and a very original style interior. he never got to putting a radio in as he enjoyed driving it and hearing the sound of the engine.

Mechanically this truck is excellent and was completely gone through. It is a pleasure to drive. Everything was new or replaced when restored around 7500 miles ago. The engine is a professionally built 383 Stroker engine and it has a completely forged and balanced rotating assembly, 10 to1 Pistons, dart iron Eagle Heads, Roller cam, roller rockers, Dart aluminum intake with tuned Holley 4 Barrel Carb, Full MSD Electronic Ignition and 3 inch Dual Exhaust that sounds great! It also has a new 4 Core Aluminum radiator, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes. The transmission is a built Turbo 400 Automatic that shifts nice. 4WD works as it should. It has an original Eaton Rear Axle with 4.10 Gears and a DANA 44 front axle with 4.10 Gears. The truck was lifted 4 Inches and it sits on 305/70/16 Nitto Grapplers with Aluminum Wheels. This is a great looking truck that drives as nice as it looks!!

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