1989 Chevrolet Silverado K3500 454ci 7.4L
Price: - Item location: Sahuarita, Arizona, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: C/K Pickup 3500
- Type: Standard Cab Pickup
- Trim: Silverado
- Year: 1989
- Mileage: 235,533
- VIN: 1GCHK24U23E311751
- Color: Red
- Engine size: 454
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Red
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1989 Chevrolet C/K Pickup 3500 SilveradoFor sale is a 1989 Chevrolet K3500 Silverado with the 454 7.4L throttle body injection engine. This truck is a BEAST! I have been rebuilding it for the last several years, and had a ton of fun doing it! ...but now I'm on to my next projects and need to sell this one.
Things I have replaced since I've owned it:
Complete top end engine rebuild
- Edelbrock Performer High Comp Heads #60499
- ARP Head Bolts
- Weiand Stealth Intake
- Comp High Torque Cam
- Scorpion Rocker Arms 1.8:1 & 1.75:1 ratio
- Custom Tall "Chevrolet" Embossed Valve Covers
- High Flow Oil Pump
- Overbored 52mm Throttle Body with thin vein louvers
- High flow in-tank fuel pump
- Computer Tuning locally by ES tuned.
- Bored .030 over (work done before I owned the truck)
- Hedman Long Tube Headers wrapped in DEI Titanium
- Rebuilt 700R4 Transmission w/Transgo Shift Kit & Mag-Hytec Aluminum Trans Deep Pan
- New Torque Converter
- Pro Comp 17x9 Wheels with 305/65R17 Pro Comp Tires
- Air-Lift 100 psi Rear Leveling Kit
- Flex-A-Lite Monster Fan 5,500 CFM
- External Trans and Oil Coolers (has additional fan, installed but not wired up)
- K&N Air Filter
- Replaced Stock Radiator
- Rebuilt Transfer Case
- Rebuilt Front Differential
- Rebuilt Front CV half-axles
- Mag-Hytec Rear Differential Cover
- Pro Comp Shocks
- New Front Hubs
- New Front Calipers/Rotors/Pads
- New Brake Master Cylinder
- New Idler/Pitman Arms
- New Cap/Rotor w/ MSD Superconductor wires.
- New Water Pump w/Aftermarket Pulley
- Aftermarket Crank Pulley
- 200 Amp Alternator
- Rebuilt A/C Compressor
- New A/C return lines
- New A/C Radiator
- Replaced All Front End Ball Joints
- Replaced Shoes/Springs in Rear Drums
- New Hood
- New Grill
- New Glass Headlights
- HID Low Beams with 5000 lm each
- Firewall Lined with Rattle Trap Insulation
- All Fluids Replaced
- Sony Digital Media Deck
- Polk Audio 4x6 Plate Speakers
- 3x 10" Kicker CVR10 DVC subs (not installed, but go with the truck)
- Auto Meter Tach
- LED lights Throughout
- Custom Floor Mat by Lloyds
- Entire Cab / Doors Lined with Rattle Trap Insulation
- Body is in rough shape. Lived in the north and has a rust problem. I never got around to fixing it up the way I wanted. I did take the time during the rebuild to get all the loose rust off the underbody/engine bay and spray it with Magnet Paint Chassis Saver.
- Didn't get a pic of it, but the tailgate is a junkyard replacement and is white in color.
- Front right axle seal leaks a little. Despite the rebuild, it decided to start leaking again. It's not bad, but annoying.
- Rear main seal was leaking, but I got it to stop with some conditioner. Might start again someday. It's a two-piece so it would be changed by dropping the oil pan, not the transmission.
- Windshield wipers work always on low speed, but only sometimes on other settings. I'm guessing there's a loose wire in there somewhere.
- Cruise control module is incorrect model for this truck. My guess previous owner bought the wrong one trying to get it to work. I just never got around to fixing it.
- ABS. It has never worked and I didn't care, so I never fixed it.
- Slow leak in coolant reservoir. I have to top it off every now and then.
- Dyno was done before I installed high-flow fuel pump. You can see I ran out of fuel around 3500 RPM. I didn't bother to dyno it again after installing the pump, but I get a few hundred more RPM out of it now. Still not bad with a 3.73 and 33" tires.
I know everything about this truck... I think. If you have questions, just ask.