1972 Chevy Cheyenne Super 20 Custom Camper C10 C20 Custom Deluxe 454 AT Survivor

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  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • SubModel: Cheyenne Super Custom Camper High Line Survivor!
  • Type: Pickup
  • Trim: Cheyenne Super 20 Custom Camper 454 Auto AC PS PB
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 113,237
  • Color: Hawaiian Blue and White Two Tone
  • Engine size: 454 Big Block V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Steering, Power Brakes, Tilt Steering Column, Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: Two wheel drive
  • Interior color: Medium Blue Deluxe Interior
  • Drive side: Right-hand drive
  • Options: Cheyenne Super, Custom Camper
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Vancouver, Washington, United States


I have priced the truck to sell, price is firm at $5,500.00 buy-it-now. You may call me directly at 360-936-9257 with any questions you may have. Thank you, Tim.
Rare daily-driver survivor 1972 Chevy C20 3/4-tonCustom Camper withCheyenne Super optinos high line pickup. Top of the line in 1972, and a rare package. Super Cheyenne and Custom Camper trim, two-tone Hawaiian Blue and White paint, Cheyenne wood grain trim in and out, plush deluxe interior, factory/dealer Air Conditioning, power steering power brakes, tilt steering front disc brakes, towing package, etc. and more. Newer 454big block engine, sound TH 400 automatic transmission. A sound daily driver.
The truck is a survivor, some original paint, some repaint. Just polished and waxed, the paint is not great, but is still very shiny, and she's a strong 10-15 footer as you can see from the pictures. Front bumper has a ding/bend in it; I can install a new reproduction bumper for $200.00 additional cost. Minor rust as detailed below; very minor for this era and nothing serious. Again, a strong runner and driver with a more contemporary 454 and a strong Turbo 400 automatic transmission. Runs well, runs cool, starts easily, good power, no smoke, newer exhaust. As sold new dealer-installed factory is AC all there, for sure needs a charge, belt, and/or service at minimum. Newer battery, alternator, exhaust, and more.
She is still riding on original steel wheels with nice original hubcaps and sound road tires.
The interior features a nice original dash pad, nice gauge cluster, and original door panels. Came with the Cheyenne-only headliner; now missing but the factory holes are there to replace it, and the original paint underneath still looks great. The carpet is original and intact; faded but not torn up. The brand-new seat upholstery is gorgeous as you can see, and sewn in the exact seam and insert pattern as new. The truck came with the optional blue Hound's Tooth Cheyenne seat. It was torn in the seating area, but I kept it to show any prospective buyer if they'd like to see it. Good glass, sound window regulators, and rear cargo lamp option. 1972-only small camper mirrors. This seems to be a bit of an oddball truck as the SPID calls out Custom Deluxe trim and Custom Camper options, but the truck is original and obviously came not only with the interior Cheyenne trim and factory badging and correct Cheyenne Hound's Tooth seat and headliner. Most experts believe it was trimmed out as a Cheyenne due to the cab roof being punched for the headliner (erroneously?) and calling out the Cheyenne-only Hound's Tooth seat. Either way, it's the way it came originally and is loaded. Yes, I do have the original radio and it will ship with the truck. Uncut original dash metal.
Some rust, but not a rusty truck. Minor rust in door corners (original '72-only doors), a little in an outer rocker on one side, and some at the bed floor/bulkhead junction. Also, the cargo tool box on the lower right side has rust and won't open. No deal killers here; if you were going to repaint and restore the truck, the repairs are very simple and accessible. They are also minor enough to leave alone. This is a truck you can enjoy exactly as-is, or restore her and have a $35k show truck.
I can install a new reproduction front bumper for an additional $200.00 material and labor prior to shipping if you wish.
The truck looks nice, drives nice, is reliable, and won't break the bank. Not perfect in any way, but good-looking and ready to go down the road. Obviously a used truck, sold exactly as-is, no warranty or guarantee expressed, written, or implied. Feel free to schedule an inspection if you wish. I am attempting to describe the truck accurately and the issues fully. That said, I am NOT a professional vehicle inspector, and am giving you a basic overview of the truck. Please ask all questions before bidding or buying. Again, sold exactly as-is with no warranty.
Clear title in hand, matches the truck vin and glove box SPID tag exactly. Please be prepared to remit payment in full within 3 days of auction's end via bank wire transfer to my Bank of America account, counter deposit, or cash. I can help coordinate shipping.
I have priced the truck to sell, price is firm at the buy-it-now. You may call me directly at 360-936-9257 with any questions you may have. Thank you, Tim.