This 1993 Chevrolet K1500 has exactly what you want. It's a loaded
4x4 with a powerful small block, an upgraded five-speed, a comfy
interior, and a seriously sleek appearance. Plus, there's something
extra fun about a lifted truck with a powerful sense of style.
We love this generation of Chevy truck because it has a timeless
appeal. In fact, this one doesn't look like it's approaching 30
years and vintage plates. But that's also because there have been
plenty of investments here. The updated chrome grille, polished
bumper, and crystal clear headlights put a shining face forward.
And the modern Cobalt paint adds sleekness that's furthered by the
delete trim, flush roll pan, and good sheet metal. Plus, this deep
blue looks great when you have a bald eagle and American flag
graphic on the rear window. But sleek can also be mean thanks to
the cowl-style hood, wide fender flares, and skull logo on the
upgraded American Outlaw wheels. And of course, the lifted stance
means you get to look down on just about everyone else.
This is a loaded truck from new, and so that means plenty of
terrific interior features like power windows, power locks, and
provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow
cold again.) The seating is a desirable split bench that gives you
a nicely contoured bucket while also giving you the utility of
sitting three across. This clean and stock style also has the right
upgrades, like tinted windows and an AM/FM/CD/DVD stereo that hooks
into a subwoofer speaker system. The wood-rimmed grant sport
steering wheel is on a tilt column, which gives you a clear view of
the full gauges, including the handy tach.
Under the hood is a fresher take on classic Chevy power. It's a 350
cubic-inch HO crate motor that includes a Holley 750 four-barrel
carburetor, a Pro Comp intake, and an upgraded cam. So while this
is an actual miles pickup, there have been the right investments to
erase the age. In fact, with newer pieces like the front control
arms, ball joints, steering box, tie rod ends, and Bilstein shocks,
this lifted 4x4 rides with a tighter feel than most other classics.
Part of the confident driver feeling also comes from nice upgrades
like the five-speed manual transmission, newer clutch, and stout
14-bolt rear end. It's a robust package that works with the NV3500
two-speed 4x4 transfer case, big ground clearance, and Cooper
Discover MTP tires to be exceptionally capable. But you don't need
to be off the pavement to appreciate this Chevy. The
fully-independent front suspension, power steering, power brakes,
and front discs are an easy-driving package that's often missing
from other classic 4x4s.
There is a thoughtful level of detail everywhere on this truck from
the skid plate up front to the hidden trailer hitch in the rear. It
all makes for an impressive package that can stand above the rest
(literally.) Call today!!!