Hi, up for bids is my fathers S10 pickup. She needs some work but is in good running condition. It has been garage kept all its life and I consider it a good truck for someone needing dependable transportation. It has 106000 miles on her and has been very well maintained. The clear coat on the camper shell and the running boards is letting loose. Not to worry it wont rust. There is some rust starting to show up on the cab corners, some small bubbles on drivers quarter panel around the wheel well. The front bumper is pushed up slightly on the drivers side. The rear bumper has chips and scratches and the extensions could use some paint. The passenger door has a large chip in the paint. The truck has a strong running 6 cyl 4.3 vortek motor and a automatic transmission. It had a new altanator put on last year. It has a tear in the drivers seat ,from rubbing getting in and out, the rest of the interior is in good condition. The extended cab has two small seats that fold down in the back. Tires are decent, two are not very old. Rims and Centers are in decent shape. I try to describe everything so their are no suprises, please email me if you have any questions. Thanks for looking and happy bidding.
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