1987 Chevrolet 1-Ton pickup truck, 4x4 Survivor, 78,000mi, NEAR PERFECT!!!

1987 Chevrolet C/K Pickup 3500 for sale in Bentonville, Arkansas, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Bentonville, Arkansas, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: C/K Pickup 3500
Trim: Silverado
Year: 1987
Mileage: 78,500
VIN: 1gchv34n4hj143051
Color: Brown/Tan
Transmission: Auto TH400
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Chevrolet C/K Pickup 3500 1987

Truck is being relisted due to non-paying buyer who strung me along for 6 days and never even paid the deposit.The deposit will be required to be paid in full within 24 hours or I relist the truck at hour 24. No exceptions.
1987 Chevy V30, -Ton Single Wheel
This truck is 95% Factory Original!
FACTORY TACHOMETER!
78,500 Miles, nly about 1,500 in the 3 years I've owned it.
454 engine, H400 Trans, P205 Transfer CaseTruck lived its life before me in Southern California and the engine still has all emission items on it and it runs perfect.
Front Dana 60 king-pin axle, ear GM 14 Bolt.
Garage Kept-- DASH IS PERFECT, OT ONE CRACK!see pics.
No radio cuts done, lder JVC 2-post radio.
Power Windows and Locks.Windows have been re-wired with relays and go up and down FAST, ven with engine off!Locks were converted to single-key style with factory-style keys and remote keyless entry.Original door locks, eys, ndignitionswitch come with it.
A/C is ice cold. Has not been charged in 2 years since Compressor replaced, till cold.
Has 10,000lb Hickey Sidewinder Winch.
See pics and descriptions below of the few imperfections in the body. No rust, ust 2 dents.
INTERIOR:
Tan interior in near perfect shape.All trim looks great, o cracking, ry rotting.Dash has been covered since new and is perfect. Has small pieces of velcro on it to hold the cover. They look like they would come off easy.Carpet looks great, inimal barelynoticeablestains and nearly no wear visible.Factory floor mats show mild fading but no missing grooves at all.Older JVC radio in factory location with no cuts done.Dash speakers were replaced with POLK audio speakers, riginals are here somewhere if wanted.I added a center speaker in the factory empty cutout, ut I never hooked it up. But its there with wires.Still has the black cardboard in the storage area behind the seat.Rare Factory Tach!Period correct Cobra CB works, ntenna behind the seat attaches to roof mount. I never used it.Seat covers are a really good repro that look and feel great. Original had a tear that was getting bigger and was thin in other places.Power windows/locks. PW were rewired with Bosch relays and heavy wire to give proper voltage to the motors. They go up as fast as a new cars'. Even with engine off, he passenger window goes up fast while sending the driver up at the same time! Never did that from factory.Door Locks and ignition were switched to a Single key design instead of the two keys. When doing that, added a remote keyless entry system that I never use. All original parts come with it. Nopermanent changeswere done during any of this.Old-school, ustom floor-mounted cup holder came with it.
Exterior:
Paint is all original and looks great. There are paint dings, cratches, ading and wear that would fit with a 30 year old truck.There is no rust on the truck. See pic from under right front fender under battery tray where rust is common in these trucks, here is none. There is some surface rust on the front push bar where the chrome wasn't applied thick enough.There are 2 dents. See pics where I tried to show them where the light would show them the worst. One in the driver's door where the mirror got caught on something and bent it in. It shows up as waves from the mirror mount down to the trim molding. The camera doesn't pic it up great but its there. You can only see it from an angle but it the most noticeable imperfection on the whole truck. Someone with better body skills than I might could smooth it out. I just never looked into it. The other is under the passenger gas fill door. It is barely noticeable unless you look.'West-coast' factory original tow mirrors.Has lower stainless trim pieces added way before me.Stainless bed rail caps and tailgate cap applied before me.The factory lower trim molding was split, eeling, nd faded and looked rough. I replaced it with reproduction trim that looks perfect. The surface was cleaned and prepped with painstaking detail with 3M Eraser wheel and the trim applied properly. Its solid.The bed has 5th wheel channels in place for the mount, o mount. There are some decent dents in the middle of the bed from something prior to me. No rust.The front grill center trim pieces are OEM but aren't painted for some reason.Heavy duty front chrome push bar. The lights on it work but I never wired them back up after re-installing the bar and the winch.
The winch is an awesome piece of west-coast 4x4 history. It is a 10,000lb Hickey Sidewinder that mounts behind the bumper. I don't know why the previous owner even had it on there as he onlyused the truck to pull a 5th wheel around California way back in the day and the truck has clearly never been off road. The winch had been used a decent amount but it was made in an era before 1987, o I suspect it was put on used. It was filthy and the cable wound poorly when I got it. I took it off and completely rebuilt it recently when getting ready to sell the truck. It has all new gear oil, asket material, nd works perfectly.
Drivetrain:
454 engine. First year for Fuel Injection. TBI. Has all factory components for the California emissions as far as I know as that's where it came from prior to me. Runs well. Starts right up. I drive it down the interstate, uns strong. We don't have inspections here, o I have no idea if it will pass other states' smog tests.TH400 3 speed Trans. No known issues.NP205 transfer case. No known issues.There are small leaks from various places as expected. I've had many seals under there replaced after I got it, ut others still leak a little.Dual factory tanks that switch over perfectly. The prior owner put a large bed tank that has two extra 25 gal tanks in it. There is a switch set-up in the cab to run these tanks and drain the fuel from these tanks into the factory ones but I never filled them or tested this set-up. This tank has storage in the top of it with stuff that came when I bought it.Truck drives straight down the road and rides quite well.New PSC steering gear as the original had been "worked on" and adjustments made that made it scary to turn when I got it. Google PSC steering gears and see they are very well thought of.New front Suspension bushings.Has Hydra-boost brake/steering from factory.Has an old-school mechanical Kelsey-Hayes trailer brake controller. I assume it works, he arm moves and the light comes on when the brakes are applied.Factory jack and accessories in proper place under hood.33 12.50/16.5 tires with about 40% tread. Chrome wheels with minor surface rust in small places.Dual exhaust present since I bought it. Looks still in good shape.Older Monroe shocks.
Miscellaneous:
Things that are not original:Seat covers, ower body molding, heels, hocks, xhaust, /C compressor, adio. I can't think of anything else.
This is a great truck. I bought it about 3 years ago as acollectiblebut usable truck. I have now bought a truck more suitable for longtrips and rougher use and don't have garage space for this one. This truck needs to be garaged as it has been its whole life.Ask me any questions about it. I want to get what I gave for it with a lot of improvements done to it since I bought it.The dent in the door is the only thing that crawls all over me and I want anyone bidding to know it is there.
ADDED: I have had several questions through messages that would be easier to discuss over the phone to save buyer's time andhopefully get your questions answered better anyway.You can call me at: 4seven9 two95 02seven5If I don't answer, eave a message and I will get back when I can. If I'm at work, hat's okay, just may not pick up until I'm free over lunch or something.

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