1988 marked the introduction of the fourth generation Chevrolet Silverado and it was known as the GMT400. Coming in multiple versions with many engine options, this new truck was a lot more refined and advanced than the models it replaced. Unlike earlier trucks, the newer style was enhanced by an all new independent front suspension which improved ride and handling. The trucks also featured extensive use of galvanized steel for corrosion resistance and a fully welded frame with a boxed front section for strength and rigidity.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very clean 1994 Z71 K1500 4x4 shortbox Pickup for your consideration. The truck is powered by its 350 v8 paired with a 700 R4 automatic transmission. The body has 175,365 miles on it but still looks brand new. The engine and transmission were rebuilt roughly 50,000 miles ago by Berger Chevrolet. The Owner worked at the dealership and if the truck needed anything it was immediately done. The owner of the truck has owned this for the last 23 years and has babied it along the entire way. The truck has Gibson dual exhaust and sounds great. Other highlights include a toolbox in the bed, power windows, power locks, power brakes, air conditioning, JVC CD changer, owners manual, Weston step bars, 265/70R17 Michelin tires, bedliner with a mat in the bed as well. This truck is matriculate inside and out.