800 Derita Road, Ste. A
That big hood scoop is absolutely out to devour everything. That's because this 1990 Chevrolet C1500 454 SS Pro Street pickup has the big block muscle to consume just about every other vehicle out there. It's a stunning full custom treatment that takes this blue-collar truck to an entirely new level, and you get to enjoy the full custom power package from the comfort of an A/C interior.
The Silverado 454 SS was already quite a mean machine. Chevy gave it a blackout look right from the factory, and since the low odometer is believed to represent the full mileage, the stock midnight pieces continue to show a nice luster. Of course, what first grabs your attention is the full custom presentation. The big hood scoop, hood pins, aerodynamic tonneau cover, and big rear spoiler make this look ready to be a quarter-mile king. And that goes double for those bright racing wheels with the tubbed rear end. That makes this preserved classic look more overall like a track-ready instigator. The real secret to a pro street machine is that it looks like it has the power for the racetrack, but it also gives you good modern comforts. And this one strikes that balance well.
These SS trucks received a distinct Garnet Red interior. It has an attractive and preserved style everywhere from the plush carpeting to the texture inserts of the special high-back bucket seats. This SS is loaded with air conditioning, power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, a sliding rear window, and the original dual-panel AM/FM/cassette stereo.
But, as much as you might think of this as a luxury machine, the added large tach on the dash reminds you of its true power.
The callouts on the rear fender weren't lying, and the big block motor is now a 502 cubic-inch unit. More than just added displacement, this one is enhanced further with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a Dart intake, and headers. And we bet you noticed the big blue bottle in the full red interior, it has been noted that it has never been used. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is one of the stoutest in Chevy's arsenal. This feeds into a Dana 60 rear end. And the full rear package is done right with a four-link suspension, adjustable coilovers, and wide Mickey Thompson tires. So it knows how to get the power to the pavement. But what's really surprising is the level of drivability in this total package. It fires, up, idles, and runs with that same kind of nature you get in a regular 454 SS. And the exhaust note doesn't make the neighbors wonder if you're on the dragstrip. It's absolutely powerful but absolutely drivable. You even have power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
This is a truly amazing truck that provides you with a wolf in wolf's clothing. This pro street Silverado SS can be yours if you act quick enough to catch it. Call today!!!
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