1986 Chevrolet C-20 2 Wheel Drive, 3/4 Ton, Long Wheel Base on 2040cars
Loma, Colorado, United States
Here is a real nice and clean low mileage 1986 Chevrolet, 2 wheel drive 3/4 ton long wheel base. This truck runs and drives awesome. You can buy this truck and drive it home. Even the cruise control works great. Has its original carpet and owners manuel and option list in glove box. The truck has new dual exhaust sounds good. It is loaded with all the options: Tinted Glass-all windows, Sliding rear window,Inter. W/S Wiper System, Heavy Duty Chassis, Air Cond, Cargo box side rails, H.D. Front Stabilizer. Rear Axle-4.10 Ratio, Locking Differential Engine Oil Cooling, Electronic Speed Control, 7.4 Liter V8 Gas, 3-Speed Automatic, Auxiliary Fuel tank, Comfort tilt steering, Power steering, Glide out spare, Halogen hi-beam headlights H.D. Rad and Trans, Chrome front bumper. chrome rear step bumper, Silverado equipment. the truck was original Burgundy and Steel grey. The owner had it painted white to match his horse trailer. Its not a cheap paint job, he has worked for Chevrolet for over 35 years. Let the pictures speak for the truck. Thanks for looking. Any questions call me @970-201-9033
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