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This 1989 Chevrolet 1500 Cheyenne is the two-tone custom pickup that delivers the right features for the right price. That includes an awesome stance, an A/C interior, and old-school V8 power.
We don't have to tell you there has been a proper investment in this Chevy, because the first impression announces it to everyone. The two-tone black and red is exceptionally stylish. After all, most people choose black OR red when they want some aggressive style, but this one gives you both. You'll even love the details like the metallic in the red and a gray pinstripe that provides a clear dividing line. The clean and straight body gives this a sporty sleekness that's highlighted further by upgrades like the cowl hood, flush rear roll man, and center-exit dual exhaust. There's plenty of added flair, too, with the billet grilles, chrome front bumper, crystal-clear headlights, Euro-style headlights. And these themes of performance and polish come together nicely on those Ultra 20-inch alloys.
The custom packaging continues on the inside. It starts with an upgrade to later-model Silverado seating. This has good bolstering for bucket-like comfort, and the center seat also folds down into an armrest console. This was made to be a comfortable place to spend some time, so there are desirable features like an AM/FM/CD stereo upgrade, tinted windows, sliding rear glass, and factory air conditioning. The Grant sports steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you a good view of the factory gauge panel - now with a cool metal finish. And there is also a full array of upgraded gauges with a tach below the dash and auxiliary readouts on the A-pillar.
The engine bay has the clean look that goes with the exterior red. At the center is a Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8. The motor is set up with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an aluminum intake. And if you're someone who likes to do their own maintenance on a Saturday morning (or maybe like to add economical performance upgrades) this simplified arrangement likely has some big appeal. It fires up readily, and the Flow Tech headers add power and rumble as they feed into the dual exhaust. And it's a solid all-around driver with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide Cooper tires.
This is the two-tone custom pickup with the best features and an attractive price. So don't miss out, call today!
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