1994 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup
The origin of the word Silverado is confusing and varied with each
page you do research from. It has several meanings, however for
this description we will just say it is a truck made by Chevrolet
and is wildly popular.
For consignment, this very clean 1994 version of the Silverado in
1500 trim with tons of new parts. Not only is this truck capable of
hauling loads, but it's also capable of hauling ass with the newly
found power of a rebuilt 350ci V8 and rebuilt transmission, both
loaded with performance goodies. Get your motor run-in, lookin' for
adventure in whatever comes your way...born to be wild!
Due to modifications of the emissions control devices installed by
the manufacturer, please check your local, state, and federal laws
to determine if this vehicle is applicable for use on public
highways in your area.*
This full size model of 1994 is bathed in light blue, has excellent
straight galvanized steel panels, consistent gaps, but does present
with inconsistency to the coloring, particularly on the passenger's
fender and top of the bed on the passenger's side. A chrome
surrounded with shiny mesh insert grille has new quad halogen
headlights on its flanks, along with a shiny chrome bumper below
which is highlighted by a black trim strip and black plastic lower
air dam. A steel cowl induction hood is attached between the
fenders and gives a muscular look to this hauler. Blacked out trim
surrounds the windows and down low we note chrome wheel well
molding for a little extra pizazz. Bringing up the tail end we see
a body matching fiberglass lockable bed cover, which when lifted up
gives access to the used but not abused steel bed. A CHEVROLET
badged tailgate rests between the new cathedral style tail lights
and just below is a like new chrome bumper and tow hitch. Peeking
out from the bumper are a pair of chrome exhaust tips giving the
rear end a bit more flair. Standard 15" deep dish Chevrolet rally
wheels wrapped in like new Hankook blackwall rubber adorn the 4
corners and add to the muscle look of this truck.
A swing of the doors reveals an intricate use of dark and light
blue cloth and molded blue vinyl with some carpeted area on the
bottoms, and many differing panels to make up just the doors.
Inside is a blue broadcloth pattern bench seat stretching from door
to door and this tuck and roll insert and smooth outer bolster
covered seat is in excellent condition showing little wear. In
front is the original factory configured blue molded vinyl dash
with a charcoal instrument cluster using the square and rectangle
design of the mid 1980's. A tachometer and oil pressure gauge have
been added above the digital heater controls and in the center of
the dash we see a JVC AM/FM/CD stereo. Slightly faded and stained
blue carpet is on the floors under the full length black rubber mat
and above is a sagging felted headliner.
Under the hood in the well restored engine bay we see a rebuilt in
2018 350ci V8. This powerful mill is topped with Vortec cylinder
heads, has a Comp 280H camshaft within, and is topped off with an
aluminum intake manifold and a Holley 600cfm 4bbl carburetor.
Chrome valve covers are dressing up the bay as is the chrome air
cleaner assembly. Bolted to the back is a TH350 3-speed automatic
with a shift kit and a B&M 2500rpm stall converter. This
transmission was rebuilt by Delaware transmissions. A 10-bolt axle
conventional rear axle weighing in with 3.73 gears puts the power
to the pavement.
Very clean and surface rust on some usual suspects, however very
structurally sound. Our consigner states a new exhaust system is
installed along with new components for power disc brakes up front,
and power drums for the rear. Providing the ride is an independent
coil spring front suspension and rear leaf springs. All buttoned up
and ready to haul.
She fired right up and was ready for a few ticks around the track
and she was proven to work well. More than adequate acceleration
and shifting, bias free panic stopping, and easy drive-ability. I
did notice the A/C did not blow cold and that the speedometer
doesn't work and this truck may require a GPS speedometer to keep
track of your speed.
Whether it be your main mode of transportation, or a second truck
to show and go with, you are sure to have years of reliable service
left in this truck. No rust, good paint, and some muscle truck
styling cues certainly make this a nice well thought out package.
Go on, get to hauling.....ass!
D-5001 Thru 6000 GVWR
C-Conventional Cab 4x2
4-2 Door Cab
H-5.0L V8 TBI
Z-Fremont, CA Assy Plant
173156-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.