Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1985 Chevrolet K10 Silverado 4x4 is an attractive classic that offers V8 power and a ton of ability. But with a sharp-looking two-tone presentation inside and out, there's also style behind the substance.
We love the beefy/boxy lines of this generation Chevy truck. This one loves to show them off with a more recent respray of the correct saddle tan and brown. The two-tone has a modern clearcoat finish, a nice metallic element, and the kind of depth that gives it a well-done gloss. Plus, it has plenty of classic American brightwork with chrome bumpers and rally wheels. The Silverado trim divides the two colors while also further showing off the quality of the body. There's even a terrific intimidating attitude with the aggressive cowl hood and the tall 4x4 stance. But this truck's lifted nature also reminds you it's built to get the job done. And The diamond plate bumper and fully lined bed make sure this Chevy is available for real truck duty.
The interior continues the tasteful and distinct style, as brown and tan return. In fact, the seat cover, carpeting, and dash pad all have a quality look of a recent investment. The best Silverados came loaded with some nice features, like power windows, power locks, an AM/FM radio, cruise control, and provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) And Chevy's dual-spoke steering wheel on a tilt column means a clear view to the full factory gauge package.
The engine bay has a clean and stock look. The tidiness comes from an upgrade to a 305 cubic-inch crate V8 later in life. Topped with a Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, it has the strong-running nature you want in a true pickup. The robust motor is a good pairing with the two-speed 4x4 transfer case for plenty of off-road ability. And the big investments in newer suspension pieces really further this confidence. And this is good on the pavement, too. There are long-haul features like dual fuel tanks and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-ready overdrive. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front discs, and this is a solid any time driver.
This is the shining vintage 4x4 that's also ready for today's world. The truck is currently being sold on an Alabama tag receipt. The history report does show a prior salvage prior to the truck being rebuilt and restored. Call today!!!
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