614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This is a 4x4 done right. After all, a classic 1985 Chevrolet K-10 Silverado is already attractive at this price. But then when you find out it has fresh fuel-injected V8 power, and that's added to the lifted stance, custom look, and A/C interior, you realize how much of an all-around deal this really is.
The short bed and tall 4x4 stance already makes this one aggressive. But then you start to see the full investment into making this one truly memorable. It starts with the cool front end upgrade w/bright grille borrowed from a later GMC. And there's a nice black pinstripe that parallels the full-length Silverado trim to show off how straight the body panels are. But then it takes a turn for the dark side as a newer application of the factory-correct glossy Midnight Black goes nicely with the upgraded 20-inch black wheels. And while this looks mean, you also get all the right practical features. It includes the spray-in bedliner, rear step bumper, wide trailer mirrors, and proper trailer hitch with electric plug to keep this Chevy working hard. There are even dual fuel tanks to help you run longer than the rest.
Inside is more of the same nice black, and it even has some red accents (like on the seatbelts) for distinction. This has all the right features to keep you comfy, including power windows and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. The upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo has everything from amplified speakers to a USB input. You slip into the comfy cloth bench seat, and the later model grippy steering wheel feels good and gives you a commanding view of the wraparound dash.
Under the hood is a terrific modern upgrade. The 5.3-liter fuel-inject Vortec motor was installed less than 100 miles ago, but it looks so good you'll swear it belonged in here since day one. Plus, they really upgraded it nicely with a Trick Flow heads, Trick Flow camshaft, and a 6.0 intake & injectors. And there's also the right supporting components, like an aluminum four-inch lift kit, and AMP Terrain tires. Plus, this Silverado is also good for the long trips. Besides the dual tanks, it also has power steering, power brakes (discs up front), and a 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive for the highway.
Complete with factory buildsheet, you're getting a lot of truck wrapped around an attractive vintage package. Since it's all offered at a gone-tomorrow price, you need to call today!
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