This 1987 GMC High Sierra being offered by Classic Car Auction Group was meticulously kept.
It is completely possible that this truck started off as or at some point later on became a work truck but it sure doesn’t look like it. As it sits, this 4x4 is an unrestored true survivor in excellent condition inside and out. Being garage kept since new has kept the paint and bright-work shiny and clear and the underside free from rust. The truck's single owner has managed to only put 98,000 miles on the clock while keeping up with all of the needed maintenance.
Under the hood sits a well-maintained 5.7-liter fuel injected V8 engine. Power is routed to the wheels via a manual transmission and the four-wheel-drive works as it is supposed to. The option list for this truck is very long and represents the best GMC had to offer in 1987. Power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, rear sliding window, and dual gas tanks are among this truck's best original options while a trailer hitch and a trailer brake controller were added. Protecting the truck’s bed from the usual dents and dings is a rubber mat that has likely been there since the truck was new.
With the exception of a single crack in the dash the interior is in incredible condition. The original door panels, headliner, carpet and dash all look great. As the only non-original part of the truck, the seat which features new cloth upholstery fits in surprisingly well. This is an awesome opportunity to get behind the wheel of this classic truck. For more information visit Classic Car Auction Group.