Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Cummins Diesel Power: 1972 Chevrolet C-10

I've been on a diesel kick in the last few months -- something about the glackity-glack of an idling oil burner mixed with the wheeeeeeeeeeeee of a spooling turbo has some strange appeal.  It has been sticking with me like the sweet aroma of diesel fuel C12H24, and I want this next beast.  Find this 1972 Chevrolet C-10 offered for $14,500 here on eBay buy-it-now or make-offer located in Riverside, CA.

From the seller:

1972 Chevy ( has GMC grill ) C10 custom short bed with a 12V Cummins turbo diesel and a built turbo 400 auto transmission. Truck is a blast to drive and turns heads everywhere and then you open the hood! Has working air conditioning. Motor is stock with the exception of a fuel pin and does leak some oil as with most Cummins. Paint is not perfect but looks great from a distance maybe a 7/8 out of 10. Interior is pretty nice. Is not a show truck but does show well and does have a ton of work into it and is one of a kind with that Cummins and is ready to drive anywhere. Makes a great daily driver being that it gets 20+ miles per gallon. 

If you have questions just message  me via eBay with your call back number and I'll get back to you asap. I have taken a walk around video of the truck  and video of it running and driving so if interested I can send you that. Thanks for your interest

See a better way to drive smokey?

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