1987 GMC Sierra Classic - We search the US daily for clean, mechanically sound, original Chevy/GMC trucks and are amazed at how hard they are to find. When we located this very clean and great driving short bed Sierra Classic in here in TX, we jumped on the opportunity to purchase it. It is widely known that 1987 was the last year of the square-body truck and the first year of the fuel injected V8. This one year only combo, beautiful paint and original rally wheels make this C10 (R1500) a true head-turner. The carpet, headliner, and bench seat are all brand new and look excellent. Even better than its great looks is the drivability of this classic GMC. It drives great, the A/C blows cold, and everything works like it should. This GMC has never left TX, has never been in an accident, and has a clean Carfax. Features and options include; 305 V8 (TBI), Auto, 2WD, A/C, Spray-in Bedliner, Center Console Storage, Chrome Mirrors & Bumpers, Cruise Control, Dual Exhaust, Dual Tanks, Power Steering & Brakes, Rubber Floormats, Sliding Rear Window, Retro AM/FM Stereo, Owners Manual, Tilt Steering, Tinted Glass, Tire Tools, Full Spare, 15” Rally Wheels, and Thick 275/60/R15 Raised White Letter Tires! The industry experts at Hagerty already value this truck at $22,800. Each passing day these trucks become harder to find and are constantly increasing in value. Don’t let this one slip away from you!
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