1980 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
This truck was built from the ground up. Engine is a 92 350 TBI with a new 700R4. Along with the engine they used the 92 steering column and wiring. Body is all new including, front fenders, inner fenders, radiator support, doors, box sides and tailgate. Cab is real solid also. Frame was painted. New shocks, new brakes, new dual exhaust. Under hood new alternator, radiator, starter and a lot of the air components were replaced. There was a lot of money invested in this truck. Air blows cold. Cruise not hooked up. Stock radio not working. Wheels are from 1976 and are Crager polished alum slots. Tires are 255/70/15 inch. The paint is driver quality except for the hood which I had painted a black with the metallic in it that's pro paint. This truck runs out very good. It's smooth on the road. Dual exhaust sounds good. Gets lots of thumbs up. I drove it everyday this summer. The tilt part of the wheel started working it's way loose over the summer. When I parked the truck the column can be moved quite a bit. If you wiggle it just right it will pull the rod to the ignition switch up enough to shut the truck off. Truck will start right back up. What needs to be done is take the steering wheel off and get in there to tighten the column bolts up. Use something like lock tight on the bolts so they won't work there way loose again. I just didn't get to it before snow hit here. In the pictures it was snowing when I run the truck out totake the pictures. That's all the white streaks in the pictures. Truck can sit inside until you can arrange to pick it up. Look at the pictures the best you can and ask questions. Title is clear in my name. Truck is stored 50 miles from me at zip code 56650 for location. It can be picked up there. This is all the pictures I have.I have factory rally wheels with Goodyear Wranglers on them if you would rather have those. I'd give you some money off the truck if you take these wheels rather then the slots. Last two pictures of the truck arewith the rallys on it. I'll gladly answer all questions. Make sure you have your funds in order or permission to bid on my pickup. Now let's have fun bidding on the old Chevy. Thanks for looking at my auction!!!