800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Clean and Mean. That's what this truck is. The added shine and sleekness to the already clean body lines of this 1989 Chevrolet Silverado really turn the style up a notch. But upgrades like the stance and Vortec V8 also give it the added power you'll love on the streets.
The silver paint has a nice gloss and depth from an upgrade later in life. It's part of a full quicksilver style of this truck that has been upgraded to look sleeker, brighter, and more powerful. In the front, there's added shine of the upgraded headlights, chrome bumper, and color-matched grille with billet insert. And you can see the meaner upgraded cowl from the front or sides. Deleted trim, color-matched mirrors, clear taillights, and a flush roll pan continue the smooth and sporty style. Those 20-inch wheels give this a terrific stance. There's even liner paint in the bed to give it a clean style and the option to run some errands.
The interior is loaded, stylish, and upgraded. The red looks good on the carpeting, door panels, and dash. The seat is the classic bench, and the driver's area shows some use. After all, with a comfy velour and fold-son armrest, this is the kind of truck you'll want to drive. You have great factory features like power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, and the stock air conditioning is now blowing cold with R134a refrigerant. It's further upgraded with an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth, tinted windows, new gauges, and a custom sports steering wheel.
The well-placed upgrades continue under the hood. This has V8 power, but the 5.3-liter Vortec motor is a younger generation than what this had as stock. So you get a more versatile fuel-injected powerhouse. It fires up readily and makes a terrific sound out of the true dual exhaust and upgraded Borla mufflers. This one is built to drive with ease, so you have power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern grippy tires allowed by the wheel upgrade. Plus, the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive even makes the long journeys quite nice.
Sleek, upgraded, loaded, and powerful - these are all ways to describe this pickup, and since it's also so affordable, you know the real word to describe this one is "irresistible." Call now!
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