This 1991 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado is the exact opposite of every
other used and abused 4x4 out there. It has been babied over its
low mileage lifetime (averaging less than 2,100 miles annually.)
That's why it still shines brightly and impresses everywhere it
goes - exactly what you're looking for in a truck that's fast
becoming a valued classic.
Onyx Black is a great name for this factory original paint. After all, it still shines like a jewel even after a quarter century on this earth. In fact, the only thing that shines brighter are the bumpers. That's how you know this one-owner truck was someone's baby. It even got the best upgrades like the step rails, tailgate protector, front bug guard, side rain guards, and bold red pinstriping. A truck that received this much attention and care is the reason why the body still looks terrific, and even the factory wheels look like they have never been scratched trundling through nature. But just because this one looks great doesn't mean you should be afraid to use it as a real truck. After all, the tall 4x4 stance and trailer hitch are ready to get to work. And the protective mat in the bed is even covering the 5th wheel attachment.
We love how the pinstripe is a preview of the inside. And really, nothing looks better against a black exterior than a red interior. And just like the outside, this is premium, original, and preserved. The pillow-top cloth pattern is exceptionally comfortable, and since this is an extended cab, you can share the experience with up to five more family and friends. One reason why a truck like this wasn't used up for work duty is because it's also a very comfortable machine. It has features like air conditioning, power windows, power locks, tilt steering column, cruise control, and a sliding rear window. Plus, we love the original split-level AM/FM stereo w/equalizer that only came on these Silverados. So this well-preserved machine is also an executive-level ride.
One of the big reasons you want a more modern classic pickup is under the hood. After all, modern fuel-injected power on the 5.7-liter V8 is an advantage we all want. Plus, this newer generation of Silverado was the first to offer an independent front suspension on the 4x4 drivetrain. That means you still get the go-anywhere prowess, but when you're just riding in the city, this is much more comfortable than other classic 4x4s. Plus, power steering, power brakes (disc up front), Michelin LTX tires, and a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive make this a fantastic any time cruising pickup.
Complete with the original window sticker, we all are looking for a well-preserved low mileage pickup that can turn heads and still get to work. But only one person can grab this deal. So don't miss out, call today!
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