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1985 Chevy K10 4x4 Silverado 3'' Lift 33x12.50 Tires Ramsey 8000# Winch Tpi 350 on 2040-cars

US $5,000.00
Year:1985 Mileage:48414
Location:

Kirtland, New Mexico, United States

Kirtland, New Mexico, United States

PLEASE READ TOP to BOTTOM and ask all questions prior to bidding. If you have questions or need more pictures PLEASE email me at ike454hull@gmail.com

Mechanically sound, starts easy, drives well, very reliable. I hate to see it go, but since replacing it with a Suburban, it just sits now and needs a new home.

Replaced the tired 305 a few years ago with a rebuilt 350 and added a Tuned Port Injection from a 1988 Camaro, about 30,000 miles on engine now

3'' suspension lift, 33-12.50R 15 Cooper Discovers, 80% tread, Ultra wheels

Ramsey 8,000# worm drive electric winch, works well

TH700R4 automatic transmission, NP 208 transfercase, Dana 44 front axle with manual hubs, GM 10 bolt rear axle, 3:73 gears, open differentials on both

Full length headers, dual exhaust, Cherry Bombs, everyone hears the Chevy thunder

Body and paint in fair shape with a couple of dings, and little rust around the wheel wells

Interior is nice, non-smoker, engine gauges indicate properly, but the dash does show it's age with some cracking

Standard Silverado features: power windows (run a tad slow), power locks, dual fuel tanks, tilt steering wheel

Note: catalytic converters and smog parts removed. Air conditioning parts missing.

The odometer works fine, but without the 6th digit, the true mileage is unknown

Clean and clear title in hand


PLEASE, Only bid if you are willing to pay, and able to pay, no personal checks. $250 non-refundable deposit due within 48 hours of auction end. Balance due ideally within 7 days, but flexible, must communicate with me.


TRUCK is USED, and is sold as is, with no warranty of any kind. I have listed and described this truck to the best to my knowledge and abilities.


I reserve the right to end the auction at any time due to the truck being listed locally. Once reserve is met, I will not end item early, and will honor the Ebay sale.


Truck is located near Farmington, NM. I can assist in shipping if needed, but arrangements needs to be made by buyer. This means, buyer makes all arrangements for a carrier, and then you pass them my phone number, and I will work with the carrier for time and place of pickup.



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