E-mail me for details, more pics, or any questions. I've watched trucks like this one sell and have bought some too over the last year or so and the reserve price is fair market value. Originally from a ranch in Colorado and you can tell from the sheet metal quality. Turn signals were placed on the bumper. I will be detailing the engine bay but thats it.
Truck was originally a 6. Email, call or text all questions prior to bidding 571-455-9092. It originally had air but would need many new parts to work. Tailgate is purple off another truck. This 3rd engine probable has less than 30. Also considering it was a Rust-Free Texas truck with only 93000 original miles i feel it was a fair price.
In these cases as well as most cases I go look at the vehicle looking for a reason not to buy it and if I don't find one I make a low ball offer and see what happens. Pictures would definitely help, just out of curiosity what color is it? It just needs some cosmetics fixed, and will be a great truck. I can haul it for you too if distance is not to far. Truck has a small reserve price on it. Runs an drives great with very little rust.
I put a 1993 1st gen intercooled Cummins in this truck. In the 1970s, Chevy had a 185-horsepower, 400-cubic-inch, 6. This changed in the 1980s, when the 151-horsepower 379-cubic-inch, 6. The Interior is in poor condition. Chevy introduced the new 262-cubic-inch 4.
It is a target engine and the compression is good on all 8 cylinders. It originally had air but would need many new parts to work. Clean title in my name. Brand new tires with less than 250 miles on them. Square headlamps were fitted with halogen bulbs. It started with installing a re-manufactured engine and moved on to every key component that made the vehicle accelerate, roll, steer, stop, and much more.
In the years 1985 to 1987, Chevrolet's one-ton 3500 was known as a solid performer. I found the truck on line and had my brother go pick it up. Sorry no one will get it for scrap iron price. As you know, it's basically a tank, but rides a whole lot better and gets great gas mileage. New cable in place and mileage is around 180,000+-. The Interior is in poor condition.
Payment can be made through Paypal or cash in person. This is Not an old, worn-out, or neglected vehicle from 1985. There is no part on this truck that has not been replaced at least once from the rear end to the radiator which has been replaced 5 times. It sits at around 2700rpm doing 80 on the freeway. Selling my 1985 K3500 with a Cummins swap. In 1985, a 262-cubic-inch 4.
Frame is smooth, straight without any repairs or damage. No checks of any kind will be accepted. Truck Driver side electric window is broken. This is the 3rd 454 engine it has had. So my question is how rare is this truck???? Fuel injection was added in 1987, and independent front suspension with 7. A good solid foundation to start with and needs very little work.
Sound like it is the truck to have if you are looking for a truck like that. Also leaf springs in the rear end have been rebent and additional springs added. In the early 1980s, Chevrolet changed features of its pickups, a process that continued through the decade. The front end has all been replaced. Only rust is driver's rocker and door frame, otherwise rust free as you can see from pictures.