After wasting a few months hoping to get a title I have gave up hope. Then there are extras like the snowplow-preparation package, fifth wheel and gooseneck adapter. I live out of state and fly out to California a few times a year. Clear title in hand great truck for parts or project. All the new trucks rust in 5 years northern areas never seen an 80s truck bumper rot off the truck but my 05 did! The body is overall Solid on the truck, The A pillars have holes on both sides from spot lights being mounted. The crew cab version sat on a 168. It developed 180 horsepower and 360 foot-pounds of torque, but there was a heavy-duty model of this engine that reached 190 horsepower and 390 foot-pounds of torque.
In the higher trims, at least. These trucks were and are all over the place. I'm interested in this car, and Then again,. I did install a jump pack on the truck and was able to start the truck and hear it run for 10 seconds, The motor was quite and seemed to run good. Cab has typical rust in floors and rockers. The gross vehicle weight of the standard cab version was 9,000 pounds. Kids today likely assume automatically that this truck has a diesel in it.
So to me and many others this truck is a bargan if it has no rust. The truck is massive, with an interior and bed capable of swallowing all of your friends and their gear. Legroom in the front was 41. Man we hate this thing…only because we love it. The 4wd never broke down like the new ones do, no electric parts.
The Front Seat Has A Rip On It, Just Put A New Seat Cover On It. Motor in back of truck not included. The engine had a 4-inch bore and 3. Vehicle must be paid in full before taking delivery or transporting it to another State. The trailer-sway control keeps everything in line. The seller says it remains highly original, including the paint. Buyer Is Responsible For The Fees, For All Other States The Fee's Do Not Apply.
Rear hip room was 59. Also available depending on trim are a rear-seat entertainment package, sunroof, plus blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assistance and forward-collision mitigation. The body is overall Solid on the truck, The A pillars have holes on both sides from spot lights being mounted. Their reputation for being simultaneously tough yet refined has earned them a well-deserved loyalty among many owners. Rivals from both Ford and Ram have greater towing and payload capacities.
Truck must be picked up and paid for in cash within 5 days of auctions end. It makes a muscular 910 lb-ft of torque. After wasting a few months hoping to get a title I have gave up hope. The crew cab model had a 5,176-pound curb weight. We do think that it is possible to hate something because you love it too much and that is exactly the situation we find ourselves in with this perfect 1980 Chevy 3+3 dually with 30,000 miles on the clock. The headliner is missing, presumably for the next owner to replace.
Up for auction is a 1988 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 3+3 Crew Cab Dually. The standard power plant in the 1994 Silverado 3500 dually was a 5. So bash n trash all you want but the 4wd bigblock square bodys were stronger then the cheap expensive rot boxes of today with less problems to boot computers ,body control modules etc. With the dually rear wheels, the 3500 measured 94. Dually trucks were built to haul stuff, be worked to death, be run for hundreds thousands of miles down the highway, and run until the fenders fell off. Not sure you need a heavy-duty pickup truck? Milage is nothing to these trucks as it has proven its test of time.
Of course it has a 454 in it because diesels were not invented yet in 1980. Even the diesel engine is refined, with that unmistakable metallic drumming only moderately evident under hard acceleration. Interior is very nice but needs a few thing, headliner felt is out and just the hard foam piece is there, front seat has small rip on side of the seat,drivers side by the door, aftermarket Sherwood stereo does not wor, it is complete with 6x9's behind rear seat but I have never checked it out. I did install a jump pack on the truck and was able to start the truck and hear it run for 10 seconds, The motor was quite and seemed to run good. The crew cab version cleared the ground by 7. Interior of bed has scratches from hauling over the years.
I have always maintained the truc, oil changes every 3k miles, all 6 tires are less than 2 years old with 80%+ tread,new belts, new alternator, master cylinde, replaced the turn signal switch in the colum, new fan clutch, newer windshield with no cracks,brand new heavy duty radiator 1 week old. Bringing a family of six to home games and practices in a rig like this makes having multiple children more appealing. Starts Right Up Has Plenty Of Power Runs Great. It developed 190 horsepower and 300 foot-pounds of torque. If you have anyquestions please call me at 510-565-4073 my name is BobbyThanks forviewing my listing, and happy bidding to all. Has Had One Repaint Done, Missing The Driver Side Silverado Emblem. The Last Time It Was Registered Was In 2007.
We have said it a zillion times around here but the reality is that crew cab trucks were freaks and sold in small volume back then. Serious bidders onl, please do not bid if you don't have the money or you have to ask your wife! Tail gate is not fixable and bed is rough. Ok, that last sentence was to see if you were paying attention. Dash pad has a nice cover but has small cracks around the speaker holes. Truck must be paid for in full no later than 7 days of end of auction. These old square body duallys are getting hard to find and this is a very nice example of one. The seller notes an uncracked dash, reupholstered front bench, door panels in nice shape, and original radio.