1992 Chevrolet Extended Cab 1500 Silverado V8 Pickup Fully Restored on 2040-cars
Berryville, Virginia, United States
Condition: Exterior was professionally painted. There are no known defects to my knowledge. Paint is two tone with pin striping. Interior has new carpet, headliner and suede seat covers. BF Goodrich A/T tires have less than 10,000 miles. Brakes, belts, hoses, tensioner pulley, alternator all with less than 10,000 miles. Anything that was needed was done. Truck frame has 219,982 miles
Features: GM factory 5.7L / 350 engine with 38,000 miles. Rebuilt transmission with 38,000 miles. Reese tow package with electric brakes. JVC stereo with cd player. PW, PL, AC, cruise, tilt wheel, extended cab, 60/40 front seat, custom grille and professionally gone through.
History: I bought it used just after the engine and transmission were done. The intent was to eventually have my kids learn to drive in it. I drove it regularly to determine soundness and had a mechanic do any/all repairs/inspections in preparation of my son/daughter driving. Determined after all of the expenses incurred to restore the truck to the great condition it is in, that it was too big and got them a car instead. I have spent far more restoring this truck to this condition than I can ever expect someone to pay. Unfortunately, I am now moving for work and cannot take it with me
Shipping and Payment: Truck is located in Northern Virginia. I encourage any/all interested bidders to come drive it and inspect it. I am not a dealer and do not do this for a living nor do I want to. I can not arrange shipping as I don't know anything about it. I am located 45 minutes from Dulles Airport. I would drive the truck any where without any sort of fear or reservation. It runs excellent and looks it as well. Cash or bank cleared certified funds will be needed to release truck.
I have clear title. Truck is for sale locally so I reserve the right to end auction at any time. Successful bidder will need to contact me at close of auction to arrange payment and pick up
Thanks for looking and feel free to ask any questions you might have.
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Chevrolet Silverado 1500 for Sale
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