West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional example of this 1972 GMC Full Size Pick Up C20 3/4 ton Fleetside Longbed, the CE25934 model and the top of the line Chevy truck in 1972 and fully loaded with factory options including the desirable 'Sierra Grande' trim package and 'Custom Camper Equipment' package and also boasting original factory options of:
402 (TKX Suffix) Big Block V8 engine, Turbo Hydramatic 400 Transmission, 4 Seasons Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Front stabilizer, Rear Sliding Window, Heavy front and rear springs, Rear leaf spring suspension, Auxiliary Fuel Tank, Auxiliary Battery, Camper Wiring, Cheyenne Super Equipment (Chevrolet named version of the Sierra Grande Trim), White/Ochre/White Tri-color paint Black & White Hounds-tooth interior, Front shock absorbers, Rear step bumper, Amp-Oil-Temp gauges
Finished in its original 'White over Ochre over White' Tri-color factory color paint with its original matching # 'TKX' Suffix Code 402 4V 240HP V8 engine with 85K reportedly original miles and with air conditioning equipment, power steering, power brakes, fairly new tires, 'Black & White Houndstooth' bench custom seat interior and trim with matching black color carpet and kick panel carpet and dashboard and door trim panels and boasting the original factory 'Sierra Grande' and 'Custom Camper' packages.
The truck was optioned with the heavy-duty rear springs and shocks, which raised the GVW from 6,400 to 7,500 pounds; with the 8.75-16.5 load range D tires, it earned the right to carry the 'Custom Camper' badge. You could order the springs, tires, or shocks a-la-carte and not have the badge. To get the badge, though, you had to have all the required equipment.The top-dog in the Trim Packages for 1972 was the 'Sierra Grande' package which offered an extra look of richness with woodgrain inserts in the door panels, glove box and instrument cluster, and nylon houndstooth inserts in the seats with co-ordinated vinyl trim and carpeting, extra floor and top cowl insulation is included as well as Bright Metal interior and exterior trim. Air conditioning was a $400 option.
Purchased from its long time owner with absolutely signs or history of any accidents and only some very minimal rust bubbles noticeable upon close inspection and a truck which was obviously always lovingly maintained and kept since new. This truck is one very honest truck and must be seen and driven to be fully appreciated - the original Big Block 402 4 BBL V8 engine is extremely strong and responsive, the transmission shifts smoothly through the gears and the engine temperature always remains cool.
In summary, this is one very fine example of this increasingly collectible and desirable 1972 year of the legendary full size C20 3/4 ton pick up in rare turn-key ready, daily appreciating, daily driving and daily head-turning condition and an all time classic American truck with it's original 402 Big Block V8 engine and fully loaded with factory options and the top-of-the-line trim package!