1990 Chevy Silverado 3+3 Crew Cab K30 V3500
Price: - Item location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: C/K Pickup 3500
- Trim: Silverado
- Year: 1990
- Mileage: 155,000
- VIN: 1gchv33n7lf301735
- Engine size: 454
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Drive type: 4WD
- Options: Cassette Player
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1990 Chevrolet C/K Pickup 35001990 V3500. 155,000 miles. 454 motor, H400 transmission, P205 transfer case, ana 60 axle in front, M Corporate 14 bolt full floating axle in back, .73:1 gears. I bought it with 140,000 and was told there was only 40,000 on a reman motor. After having the valve covers off, believe it. the trans shifts fine. I've changed the fluid a few times, nd it always looks like shit withing 100 miles, ut the truck always shifts fine. I redid the head liner and painted the all the pillar trim with SEM interior paint, t has a carpeted cover on the cracked up dash. I put tinted windows from a suburban in the rear doors, ne is cracked, ut I have another set that comes with. Truck has power windows, ower locks, ir conditioning (compressor and brackets gone,) cruise (actuator missing) dual battery trays (one battery,) AM/FM cassette player from newer Chevy truck. 5 1/2 speakers kinda hacked in the kick panels, x9's in custom 6x9 mounts in the cab corners. No carpet or seat belts in the rear because the truck originally was a BONUSCAB, nd came factory with no carpet, eat, r belts in the rear. In the five years I've owned it I've replaced both sending units, eft fuel tank, have another brand new tank that comes with, oth tanks hold fuel and work, ut the bed on it only has one filler door, ines from both tanks to motor, witching valve, ear leaf springs, ll the tie rod ends, ll the ujoints (all are still good), arrier bearing for rear driveshaft, ront brake hoses and calipers, aster cylinder, ater pump, eater hoses, adiator hoses, adiator, tarter, ap rotor, lugs, ires, gnition module, nd coil (all ignition AC Delco, as done less than a year ago,) manifolds were pulled, esurfaced and new gaskets installed with new doughnut gaskets at the y-pipe, actory style aluminum valve covers (these came off a boat, he factory tin ones were shot, o I upgraded,) shocks front and rear, ir and fuel filters, -7000 miles on 315/70/17 Goodyear Duratracs on Hummer H2 wheels, 0,000 pound trailer hitch with 7 pin and 4 pin plugs, ire ran for trailer brakes, ut no trailer brake controller in truck. It's got a Jeep Cherokee steering shaft in it to get rid of the factory rag joints. I screwed up putting that in and the steering wheel is upside down now, simple fix that I haven't had the gumption to fix.
In the last month it got new front pads and rotors, nd new front wheel bearings. The rear got new wheel bearings, nd was converted to rear disk with new pads, otors, alipers, nd all 3 hoses, he rear end was rebuilt with all new bearings, ew ring and pinion, nd a new Detroit locker. When I did all this I lost the clips to hold the hoses to the rear end, o I slapped some zip-ties on there. Not my most professional repair, ut I needed to use the truck and couldn't wait to order or find new tabs.
The factory box was smashed up and rotted out, o I put on the one you see in the photos. It's in good shape. Cab needs rockers, ab corners, nd there is some associated rust in the body supports. Front doors have dents. Front fenders have been trimmed to clear the tires, ut they still rub at times.
I have no idea where to start with a price. Comparable rigs are few and far between. Look it over. Ask some questions. Make me an offer. Worst I can say is no. Or I can insult you if it's an insulting offer. It's not perfect, ut it's far from a junker. It's been my daily driver for a long while and I have no doubts about the reliability of it.