When you want a cool classic pickup that not only has an awesome vintage appearance, but also is still ready for heavy duty work, and had the same owner for 33 years, then it's time to step up to this 1986 Chevrolet Silverado 3/4 ton K20 long bed 4x4 Camper Special.
The full name on this pickup is a mouthful, and that's because it has all the features truck people want. After all, the K20 designation means you not only get the extra duty 3/4 ton rating, but also four-wheel drive. .....
And you can tell this one is still ready to work today with great features like long bed with thick rubber bed mat and a Class III tow hitch with wiring plug. But it's not the practical side that really has you attracted to this one. What really grabs your eye is the factory-correct Bright Red and Steel Gray two-tone. It has an exceptionally bold look, and the details are even nice with the Silverado's premium trim and pinstriping providing the dividing lines for the colors. In fact, speaking of details, you'll really enjoy the little things on this truck that most others lose over the years, like the hood ornament and hub caps. The reason why this is all preserved and presented so nicely because you have a low-mileage machine (averaging under 2,400 miles annually) that has been cared for by the same owner for almost its entire life so far.
The interior is exceptionally stock, clean, and a great place to spend some time. You get a comfy velour bench seat, factory AM/FM stereo, power locks, and power windows. Not only does the full instrument package warp around the driver for convenience, but also you have a tilt steering column to get a great view of it all. As a Camper Special, this also was given some great features for the long haul, like cruise control and dual fuel tanks. Plus, cold-blowing air conditioning is great for trips near or far.
Under the hood is an exceptionally stock and clean look. Everything from the hoses to the brake booster has the unmistakable look of both time and money investing in keeping everything in top condition. The 350 cubic-inch V8 has a partial VIN match, and the decals even still look nice. But if you look closely, there is an upgrade to an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor to let this motor inhale deeper. The V8 fires up nicely and runs like a machine that have been given the correct long-term care. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case and the K20's extra beefy suspension components remind you it can be a workhorse. But for those days when you just want to drive a nice and easy classic, you'll really appreciate the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the true classic that retains its true usability. So when you want distinction and versatility, call today!