1988 Chevy "Silverado" V30 1 ton Crewcab 4x4
desirable, and hard to find 1988 Chevy 1 ton, crewcab non-dually 4x4.
This heavy duty 4x4 is 100% RUSTFREE from California. It features
most of it's original black paint and has a pretty straight body for it's age.
The only real dent is on the front of the bed on the passengers side.
It hasn't been a beat to death work truck. These were the last of
the rugged, straight axle true heavy duty Chevy 4x4's. They
feature the solid Dana 60 front axle, the bullet proof New Process 205
gear driven transfer case, and rock solid 14 bolt rear axle.
Other options include: a new GM crate Fuel Injected 454, with just
25k miles, a nice shifting HD TH400 automatic, conservative 3.73 gears,
limited slip rear differential, 3+3 seating, A/C, PW, PDL, Tilt, Cruise,
Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Dual Fuel Tanks, Tow Package, CD
sound system, etc. The interior is clean, we installed a new
The engine has an Edelbrock TBI intake with a throttle body spacer, and an aftermarket chip in the computer. It comes with the stock chip also. The engine is smooth and strong.
This truck also has the rare 8.25" wide factory GM wheels on it with nice 33x12.5x16.5 BFG's.
This truck has a 6" rancho suspension lift, with all the proper components to make it drive perfect. These trucks need some lift to make them look right. The brakes, suspension, and exhaust are all sound. It has a lot of new parts including a radiator and steering gear box. These are my most requested trucks. I tell everyone first come first served. So don't drag you feet if you want it. The 4x4 system works excellent and it goes in and out smooth. If you have been watching my site for one of these, don't miss it.
The only negative about this truck is that it has a Salvage title. I have had a number of California trucks come in this way. Other than the dent in the front of the bed there is no other body damage or any signs of frame damage, so most likely, a previous owner let the registration laps. In California they pile on huge fines and penalties for lapsed registration. I have seen the late fees as high as two or three grand. There is a loophole that if you deem the vehicle as Salvage you can re-register it and the fees and penalties drop off. So if the person ever wants to drive the vehicle again they either pay the fees or "Salvage" the vehicle. I have had several trucks that people have done this on. None the less this is a nice no excuses crew cab, that I wouldn't afraid to put a 10,000# trailer behind it and head cross country.
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