Welcome to Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee, where we are excited
to present to you this 1984 GMC C1500 Short Box. GMC was created in
1911 when William C. Durant combined Rapid Motor Company and
Reliance Motor Car Company, which he acquired in 1909 and 1908
respectively. In favor of the name "GMC" both names Rapid and
Reliance were dropped at that point all GMC trucks were produced at
the former Rapid Motor plant in Pontiac Michigan. This truck is
nearing the end of the 3rd generation and is referred to as the
"Square Body", which ran from 1973 to 1987. The beautiful almost
root beer brown 1984 GMC C1500 is powered by a Chevrolet 305 CID
engine and a 350 3 speed automatic transmission. It is equipped
with Cold Air Conditioning. a Pioneer CD player, power brakes,
power steering, and a negative battery terminal breaker to save on
the battery when the vehicle is parked. It has alot of new parts
including the tilt steering column, carpet, seat cover, wheels and
tires, spray in bedliner, chrome bumpers and wheel moldings, ball
joints, tie rod ends, idler arm, pitman arm, brakes, wheel
bearings, and paint. It also has new 2" drop spindles in the front
as well as 3" lowering springs in the rear. If you are looking for
a fun and nice looking truck to cruise around in, this 1984 GMC
C1500 Short Box is a great choice for you. One of the most popular
body styles, this "Square Body" is sure to get plenty of looks and
1984 GMC 1500
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