1984 Chevrolet S10 Isuzu Pickup Diesel on 2040-cars
Landrum, South Carolina, United States
This truck is a 1984 Chevrolet S10 with an Isuzu diesel 2.2 engine, with 5-speed transmission. Truck runs exceptionally well. The engine does not run hot, transmission does not jump out of any gears. The engine does not have any excessive smoke.
The body is solid. Has a little surface rust on the bottom of the right door. Other than that, it is rust free.
Tires about 70%. The actual mileage of the truck is not known. When the last owner transferred it in 4/13 - there was no mileage listed on the title. The engine starts up very good in cold weather.
The main thing wrong with the truck is what you see - it needs a dash pad, and needs to be painted (if you want it all one color).
This is not a new truck, but one, with a little love and care, could service someone for a long time.
Truck is sold as is/where is - truck should be able to drive anywhere you want to go.
Deposit of $300 is due within 48 hours of auction end, either by paypal or overnight mail. Balance is due within 7 days of auctions end. No personal checks.
Please ask questions, and if you would like more pictures we will try to accommodate you.
Thank you for looking.
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