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I have a 1972 C20 with 18,640 **ORIGINAL** miles on it. It’s as close to original as you can get. I have more pictures and info and I would like it to go to a good home.
This truck is a restoration dream vehicle or perfect for that tinkerer. It has all of the stickers, tags, plates and the original chalk markings from the assembly line in St. Louis, MO Model # CE20934. The truck is as close as you can get to original for a truck not in storage or in a museum. This truck was a New Mexico truck so it has no rust on it.
It has the optional passenger side tool box, the ‘Parchment Trim Package’ with all of the original pieces (undamaged!) and a new installation clip kit, second gas tank (Travel Tanks) and air conditioning. It has the 8’6” long bed with the original wood bed (optional in 1972) and it still has the original paint on it. The truck had a camper cover on it until recently and the tailgate and rear bumper were off the truck and in storage. It has the Medium Bronze paint only offered by Chevy on the 1972 pick up.
It drives like new and has new tires, shocks and dual exhaust system.
Call Dennis with any questions @ 303-956-1694
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