1984 Chevy C10 Silverado: If you know anything about square-body trucks, you know that this truck is the most desireable example you can find. What really sets this highly-optioned Silverado apart from the crowd is the two-tone black and gray color combo, its high degree of originality, and its very low original mileage. The paint, interior, gauges, stereo, chrome trim, rims, tires and exhaust are all in excellent condition. The drivetrain has received a full tune-up in the last 2 months and the truck drives perfect! The truck was originally from AZ and is an unmolested, original, survivor truck. There is a AM/FM/CD added but it was mounted below the dash and the factory stereo was untouched. There are also 2 small dome tweeters in the cab and a Kicker Sub behind the seat. A complete list of features an options includes; 305 V8, Auto, 2WD, RWD, 1/2 Ton, Power Steering & Brakes, Cold A/C, ABS Brakes, Cruise Control, Dual Tanks, Owners Manual, Power Locks & Windows, Sliding Rear Window, Factory AM/FM Stereo, Tilt Wheel, Tinted Windows, Chrome Bumpers & Mirrors, Full Spare, 15" Factory Rally Wheels, and Thick 235/75/R15 Tires!
KBB Guide currently has this truck at $23,808 and Hagerty comes in at $21,100. We have seen trucks of this era bring $20-25k at auction in lesser condition. You truly will not find a nicer square-body on the market with only 51k original miles under $20k. Contact me any time to discuss further.
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