800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1987 Chevrolet Silverado K10 4x4 is the kind of classic pickup that delivers fun and versatility. After all, it has good lines, the right upgrades, an overdrive transmission, and a proper fuel-injected V8 to be a great all-around find.
This truck has a good look with straight body lines, well-fitting doors, and excellent chrome that make for a desirable look on these classics. The body is nicely presented in factory-correct Midnight Black paint. The finish strikes a balance of a good glow in the sunshine with an overall driver-ready appearance that makes it an anytime cruiser. Plus, the cowl hood and billet-style grille give an upgraded attitude. And the lifted 4x4 stance, rear step bumper with tow hook, and lined bed all remind you that this classic pickup also still knows how to earn its keep.
The charcoal gray interior goes well with the black exterior. The comfortable cloth bench seat has been recovered and has the kind of presentation that\'s quite inviting. It\'s very much a drive-quality presentation, and that means it\'s driver-ready. So you have excellent cruising features, like cruise control, a tilt steering column, and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with a USB input for your phone.
We like the squarebody Chevy trucks for their classic style, but these later ones also are great for the modern world. After all, the 350 cubic-inch V8 comes with fuel injection, and the transmission was updated to a four-speed automatic with overdrive. And there are even fun upgrades like long tube headers and Flowmaster mufflers on the dual exhaust. And power steering, power brakes, and front discs make for a 4x4 with an overall appeal.
You\'ll want to service some features to have them working correctly, like the air conditioning and power windows. But overall, there is an appeal here of having a sharp-looking classic pickup with a fuel-injected heart that is all about being a solid driver. So if you love a solid square body, don\'t miss this deal. Call now!
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