800 Derita Road, Ste. A
While the custom Harley-Davidson style got you to stop and look at this 1989 Chevrolet Silverado, you're going to want to dig a little deeper. This has the extra interior space, fuel-injected V8 power, loaded features, and long bed usability to be the ideal mix where you get to stand out from the crowd without giving up real truck practicality.
You know no one will ever mistake this for a stock Silverado. After all, Chevrolet never had a Harley-Davidson edition but had they beaten Ford to it, this is how it SHOULD have looked. In fact, this is such a well-done package you could probably tell people it was a prototype. That means a cool orange and black color theme that gets noticed. This distinction starts at the front where the color-matched bumper, clear headlights, and H-D logo in place of the bow tie all look stylish. Plus, the design of the custom hood scoops looked like they were borrowed from the meanest version of the final-gen Pontiac Trans Am. The sides let the long bed really show off the two-tone treatment, and that also means more space to show off the barbed wire pinstriping. Because they deleted any brightwork trim, those 20-inch polished alloys are true standouts. It all ends with an awesome look in the rear with bright exhaust tips, a color-matched bumper, and a Harley logo dominating the tailgate. A distinctive look, but it never loses the practicality you want in a pickup. That soft tonneau cover gives the long bed a sleek style, and it also comes off easier in case you want to use the long bed to mount your hog.
The interior has a full upgraded upholstery package that gives you Harley-Davidson's iconic black and orange done in supple leather. Matching floor mats and flame-kissed door panels are all part of the comprehensive style where people could really believe this custom was a prototype. More than just bold, this Silverado has a practical side. The handy extended cab is nice for added secure storage, and the full back seat had proper seat belts to easily bring along family and friends. There are plenty of comfort features, including power windows, power locks, cruise control, the unique factory AM/FM stereo w/cassette, a sliding rear window, and factory air conditioning.
Under the hood is a 5.7-liter fuel-injected V8. It looks highly stock and well maintained. So while it's unknown if the odometer reflects the truck's actual mileage, the way it fires up and runs is an indicator of the right care and investments. And it's truly a great anytime choice with easy driving features like power steering, power brakes with discs up front, modern sport tires, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive.
Complete with owner's manual, you can easily imagine strapping your Harley into the back of this truck or just enjoying the unique style all on its own. That's the versatility of a mean and comfortable custom. Call now!
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