800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1995 Chevrolet Silverado K1500 has exactly what you want. It shows the right mix of good care in the fundamentals and plenty of investments. Plus, there's something extra fun about a loaded V8-powered 4x4 with a short bed and sleek looks.
We love this generation of Chevy truck because it has a very cool style. In fact, this one doesn't look like it just passed the quarter-century mark. That's also because of good care. The paint shows all the right signs of being original to the truck, and the Onyx Black has an amazing level of preservation to give you a nice luster in the sunshine. Not only this a sharp-looking original, but also this one has been given the right upgrades for style. You see it with the shining package that comes from the new grille, updated headlights, polished rockers, side steps, side rails, full silver pinstriping, and a set of 20-inch wheels borrowed from a more modern Dodge Ram that really keep this truck looking young. You may have noticed that some of those polished upgrades also add function. That's because this 4x4 continues to be a handy machine. So you also have a tonneau cover over the protected truck bed. And the proper trailer hitch keeps this Silverado a functional friend, too.
The dark red of the interior is a classy color combo against the exterior black. So we're particularly glad to see this highly original setup looking just as well preserved and respected as the exterior. So while the odometer reflects the truck's full actual mileage, the overall presentation will put younger trucks to shame. The seat offers you the utility of a classic bench, but the fold-down armrest and contouring also give this the comfort of individual buckets when the middle is not needed. The full package is full of comfort with features like power windows, power locks, cruise control, a tilt steering column, driver airbag, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. This has the classic sliding rear window to let the breezes through the cab, and whenever that's not enough, there's also cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is the correct 5.7-liter V8. This is the larger optional motor, and it combines the Chevy small block's long-standing hardy reputation now with modern fuel injection. It's a versatile 4x4 with a proper two-speed transfer case. But as you look at the undercarriage photos, you can tell it looks like this one never left the pavement. After all, a modern classic like this means a fully independent front suspension (something that was not available in its 4x4 predecessors.) It means this is also a good driver in all conditions. That feeling is reinforced by power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker and owner's manual. This is a sleek, loaded, and respected 4x4. So it's time to grab a great modern classic. Call now!
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