*** UNRESERVED ****. 1984 Chevy 1-ton, crew cab, 4x4. *** UNRESERVED ***

Price: - Item location: Great Falls, Montana, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C/K Pickup 3500
  • Type: Crew Cab Pickup
  • Trim: Silverado
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 104,845
  • VIN: 1GCHK33W3ES176065
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 454
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1984 Chevrolet C/K Pickup 3500 Silverado

1985 ChevroletSILVERADO1-TonCrewcab 3+34-Wheel Drive

UNRESERVED
For salePRIVATELYby the second mature adult owner.
Available to anyone in the United States, and WORLDWIDE (yes, we have experience!)
Hello everyone. This is a private sale of a great bigChevrolet Silverado 1-ton 3+3 4x4.
Vehicle is currently located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada(about 3 hours north of the border).
  • It is domestic build, considered antique status, and... FREE TO TRAVEL WITHOUT RESTRICTION.
    • (Ebay does not have provision for people with multiple residences).
  • WE HAVE CONTACTS AND WILL SET UP DELIVERY FOR YOU.

We are the 2nd owners of this truck, having owned it foronly a short time. For several years, I tried in vain to buy this truck. It was owned locally by a farmer in our rural area. I really wanted it quite badly. These bigsquare body’s don’t comearound often, especially with the big-block 4-speed, and this kind of condition. I liked the colour combination too. In addition to the relatively low mileage, it was never a city used truck but, rather highway. The speedometer reads both MPH and KM/H. The 6-digit odometer however reads just shy of 161,000 kilometres. Converted, this is exactly 104,845 miles.
The low mileage is due to this being used mostly as a campertruck for summer holidays. Being a summer camper truck also means that it's usage during winter months was kept to a minimum.
Of notable mention is this big old 3+3 was kept indoors all the way since new back in 1984. To me, this is a huge bonus. Most of these configuration trucks didn't fit in residential garages. They were left outdoors. The fact this truck was kept indoors since new contributes tremendously to it's condition.Oh, speaking of maintaining condition, brings me to the seat covers it’s wearing. They are heavy duty Westerner covers, put on when the truck was new and never removed. I never looked under but would imagine the seats are pretty perfect. It’s a really nice truck overall. I know well how difficult it is to find something like this. When the opportunity arose to finally purchase this rig, I jumped. I was at the gentleman's house in under 15 minutes, and shook his hand immediately. I was so happy I hardly slept that night from joy and excitement. Then, in the days to follow, reality sunk in. When I first wanted a truck like this, it was years ago. I pursued something like this for so long that my mindset never changed. I bought it in a flash, believing it was what I really wanted. Thing is, and reality is…. I’ll never use it. The plans I had are gone with the younger version of me. A few years makes a lot of changes sometimes. Now, I am a spoiled early-retired softie driving an import car and owning vintage collector cars that I only look at but never touch with a wrench. Yep… times change. Anyhow, the truck can be negotiated to include a 6” lift kit and 35” Dick Cepek Fun Country II tires that I'll never use. I would like $1500 for them.
With that said…. Feel free to make an offer. Maybe only half our auctions actually make it through to the end. Ihave atendency of selling to the early birds out there. They seem usually most sincere.
If you have any questions about the truck, please feel free to write. I will do my best to reply as quickly as possible. My email, if you prefer, isbravohomes@rocketmail.com. Telephone conversations are invited, and can be arranged. The truck is basically as you see. I can describe fully every mark or character flaw but, I’ve gone over the pictures and feel they are pretty representative. It is in it’s basically original“found” state. I haven’t shined the paint, vacuumed the floor, shampooed the seats, or even windex’d the windows. The engine, tires, and dash have likely never seen a single squirt from an Armour All bottle. I enjoyed driving the truck and have put about 500 miles on it only. It’s clear to me that it runs and drives excellent. I’ve even taken the kids back/forth to school with it for giggles. Now, I’m satisfied. Truck is now parked, awaiting shipping to it’s new home.
Of importance to note is that this truck is listed UNRESERVED. I'm not a car salesman that takes 250 pictures. I didn't put a phoney shine on this truck for maximum profits. What you have here is a genuine person-to-person sale.
In the end, I’d hope to break even. That may happen. It’s all relative though. if I make some, break even, or lose. That part is somewhat unimportant. What I’m looking for mostly is an easy sale to a genuine and sincere buyer. As you can see, being unreserved, and open to offers (so you don't have to take the chance of being snookered out in the last few seconds), means I'm obviously intent on a sale. We’re pretty good at ensuring a smooth sale and arranging delivery. Check our feedback comments. People that’ve bought some of the vintage cars I’ve cleared out tend to be pretty happy.

TRUCK IS CURRENTLY LOCATED IN CALGARY ALBERTA CANADA. Ebay has no provision for persons with multiple residences. It can be brought to Great Falls or shipped from Calgary.
As a final-final-final thought....We are taking a big chance bylisting this truck UNRESERVED. I am hoping that it narrows down the bidder pool to only super-serious and genuine buyers. Please, please... Write to me, call me, message, email. I will reply or answer quickly, informatively, and happily. Don't worry about being bothersome.... I'm always up for some "car-talk" with a fellow enthusiast. Your bid is a contract to buy; not to consider, reconsider, and then ignore. I'd rather answer honestly and describe accurately than have a "misunderstanding" afterwards. I cannot stress enough... Look at the feedback comments from people that bought from us. I promise to be Mr. Helpful for you too !!!


We have a little procedure. It focuses on a good back/forth flow of communication, and works flawlessly. Here's how it goes:
  • Immediately after winning auction, YOU send us your buyer's information, exactly as youwould like it to appear.
  • WE confirm receipt of such.
  • WE fill everything in, including title, and send it back to you.
  • YOU confirm receipt of such and acknowledge.
  • WE send banking information.
  • YOU validatereceipt of such.
  • YOU go to your bank and make transfer.
  • WE confirm receipt
  • WE immediately get to work on shipping duties.
  • YOU get your fabulous new/old truck, and confirm/validate how happy you are!!!
  • *You'll see that all communication is constantly validated and acknowledged.I am very adamant about this procedure and will not deviate.It is so easy and works so well. If, for any reason, you cannot oblige to this little system, we will assume that something isn't "right" anyway.If you would like to pick up your vehicle, please keep in mind, that doesn't extend any payment period. It will still have to be paid for first.
    Your bid is a commitment to buy (not come examine, then decide). This is an unreserved auction for a reason. I want simplicity. Scrimping every dime to top dollar is not my goal. Payment is still due within 48 hours!!! If you are cynical about the condition... Refer to my feedback.



    And finally, no... I don't have a price in mind.If you have an offer, we'd certainly consider.(I can appreciate the go-getter approach and have closed many of our previous auctions early).