Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1998 Chevrolet Silverado C1500 has the solid look of a well-kept pickup. And that's because you're looking at a low-mileage, two-owner truck. And while this has a terrific sense of originality everywhere from the fuel-injected V8 to the A/C interior, this well-preserved pickup also has the tools to keep getting the job done.
We like this generation of Chevy truck for its well-done style. It has a modern face, but with the right amount of chrome in the grille and bumpers to be a true classic American. This example is a two-owner truck that has only averaged about 2,600 miles annually. And so there's a higher degree of well-kept respect. You especially see it in the straight sheet metal and the exceptional shine of the factory Laguna Green paint. In fact, the only piece that doesn't appear stock are the 18-inch Eagle Alloy wheels... and we just really like the upgraded stance it gives this one. As nice as this one looks, it also remains a proper pickup. That's why you have a full bed liner and a trailer hitch.
The interior is another instant reminder of a low mileage machine. After all, most stock vehicles approaching the quarter-century mark don't look this fresh. You'll appreciate the feel of everything from the softness of the velour to the smoothness of the dash buttons. It really feels like it will be hard to find another Chevy from this era that feels more like a time capsule. But the appeal here is also because it's loaded. You have power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, cruise control, anti-lock brakes, and cold-blowing air conditioning. Front bucket seats, a fold-down armrest, a cup holder center console, and a tilt steering column make it easy for you to get comfortable behind the wheel. And the rear has the passenger side half-door that makes it easier to get more friends inside or securely store cargo.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 5.7-liter Vortec V8. This is the larger optional motor, and it combines the Chevy small block's long-standing hardy reputation now with modern fuel injection. The clean look of the engine bay reminds you of the good care this truck has received, and the way it eagerly fires up reminds you, too. And while the odometer is low, it's a great driver with power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
We don't get to find survivor Silverados like this very often. So if you love the style and ability of these like we do, you know this deal is irresistible. Call today!!!
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