Sometimes the right classic 4x4 that you want for both work and
play can also be available for a very affordable price. That's why
you're stopping to take a look at this shiny, capable, and
well-documented 1984 Chevrolet K-10 Silverado.
The factory-correct Midnight Black has been professionally resprayed to give it a superior luster that perfectly represents the top-of-the-line Silverado model. Add to that beautiful chrome bumpers, bright bed rails, and full-length upscale Silverado trim, and you are instantly reminded of what a premium pickup was three decades ago. This one remains faithful from the factory hood ornament to the Rally wheels. But just because it looks fantastic doesn't stop this pickup from earning its keep. The step bumper makes reaching the bed easier, and because it has a space for a hitch ball, you've got something very cool to tow the toys.
Inside the premium feeling continues. The grey bench seat has been treated to a new cover. Plus, the carpets, door panels, and the dash pad all coordinate nicely and show good preservation. A truck purchased for work usually comes with bare bones equipment, so this Silverado's long list of options points at a more comfortable life. It includes the power locks, power windows, a tilt wheel, and an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo. But the features we think you'll enjoy the most will be when you open the side vent windows and slide the rear one open. It creates a rush of air through the cabin that only a classic truck can. And on those days when you need a little more cooling down, the factory air conditioning is still blowing cold to keep you comfortable. If all of this seems like a great truck for cruising near or far, then you'll be happy to know it also comes with long haul features like dual fuel tanks and cruise control.
Open the hood to see the kind of tidiness that's tells you there has been the right kind of investments to keep everything correct and running accurately. In fact, this one is so correct that we even believe the 305 cubic-inch V8 to be original. These motors are legendary for being quite adaptable, but right now the four-barrel carb V8 is churning out plenty of power, so why mess with something so charmingly authentic? This is backed by a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. If you were starting to think that this is a great truck for all-day cruising at any speed, you'd be quite correct. This Silverado has comfortable features such as power steering, front disc brakes, and a Positraction rear end. And when you run out of roads, Chevy's tough 4x4 drivetrain with two-speed transfer case and Warn locking hubs can instantly get you out of most trouble. Plus, the newer Michelin XCX rubber is great for all conditions.
The sale comes complete with the original bill of sale, owner's manual, and factory build sheet. There's even the original dealer invoice that shows you it was sold new only about an hour from our showroom. So something this distinct, well-presented, and well-preserved is always a treat... but at this affordable price, it's downright irresistible. Call now!
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