800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1998 Chevrolet C1500 Cheyenne is an ideal machine for many of us. It's a former government work truck (the low mileage kind) that has also been updated later in life to have a touch of custom style. So you get a package that has industrial ruggedness and plenty of added flair.
This pickup has only averaged about 2,300 miles annually. And since it spent most of its life in government service so far, it gives off the right feeling of casual use and good maintenance that they are known for. But your first impression isn't a service truck. Sure, it's done in classic white, but there's also the right brightwork for distinction. The chrome bumpers and bright grille are complemented by upgrades like the bed rails and outlaw-style wheels. There's a nice gray pinstripe that also matches the tailgate lettering. The full package looks good, but it's far from being too fancy to get to work. And the useful nature is what you'll love about this truck. That's why it even has a full bed liner.
The interior is part of what makes this so attractive to the right person. The durable bench seat and durable rubber flooring makes this a very robust machine. Sure, there are enough aftermarket parts out there that you can easily turn this into a luxury-lined interior for a budget price. But the appeal here is that you get an interior that can work and play as hard as you do. And it already comes with the right desirable features, like an AM/FM stereo, dual airbags, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is the correct 4.3-liter V6. This fuel-injected Vortec motor is part of the more modern series of powerhouses that deliver plenty of torque in all conditions. So it gets you going from stop lights with a nice hustle, and it's also great when it's time to get any work done. The way this one fires up readily and runs smoothly is a true indication it's ready for you to really add to the low odometer. That's why there's also the four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive, power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and new tires that all make for a package with great any time driving appeal.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and factory buildsheet. This is the well-priced pickup with plenty of real truck appeal. Call now!
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