Stk#033 1996 Chevrolet Silverado
This beautiful short bed pickup is painted Emerald Green and is slick and beautiful with gold pinstripe. Body side moldings like new, door handles like new. Black mirrors on both side and like new, wheel well moldings like new, dark window door shades like new, front & rear bumper like new, taillights like new. The emblems, grill, head lights all like new. New Cruiser chrome rims and Ironman tires 20". New RUGGED liner and tailgate cover with bed edges. Third brake light. All glass tinted. Stunning and a real head turner.
New Mahogany interior on bench seat with new door panels Tan with Mahogany inserts, Mahogany dash cover, Mahogany steering wheel cover, tan dash face, tan headliner, Tan kick panels, Tan carpet. The GM rubber floor mats are Tan. Automatic on column, all factory gauges, factory A/C & Heat, A/C blows cold, AM/FM/Cassette radio, power windows, power door locks, power mirrors driver and passenger side. Tan seat belts, tan Sunvisor’s, delay wipers, cruise control. Looks new inside and beautiful.
Vortec 5.0 Liter engine with Automatic overdrive transmission. Power steering, factory A/C & Heat, power front disc brakes with drum, rear 10 bolt rear end, stock engine, stock exhaust manifolds, single exhaust with stainless tip. Runs and drives good. Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
With Chevrolet’s full-size C/K pickup trucks getting a mid-year redesign in the spring of 1987, the carry-over versions that launched the 1987 model year were re-identified as the R (4×2) and V (4×4), respectively. One of those 1987 Chevrolet Silverado R10 vehicles, being offered for sale on ClassicCars.com by a dealership in Arlington, Texas, is […]
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