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Item Name: Item Gone: FS/FT SPM ***

Location: Metro Atlanta

Zip Code: 30316

Item is for: Sale or Trade
Sale Price: Price lowered : $4000
Trade Value or Items Looking For: Gold , silver, 9mm ammo ; Smith 357 pre lock or performance center

Willing to Ship: No

Bill of Sale Required?: Yes

Bill of Sale Info: I will provide a bill of sale if you would like one for your copy. I will also have one for my records.

Item Description: I am listing a 1988 C1500 that I once wanted to restore from the ground up. Priorities have changed and here it is for sale.

116,352 miles. This is low for this truck.

I bought this truck about 5 years ago, sold it about a year later to a good friend, and then bought it back in the last year. :)

The truck is solid. Drives very well. I had the breaks serviced at a Meineke when I first bought it (I have the receipt). Plugs, wires, distributor cap were all replaced when I first bought the truck. Regular oil changes. The truck has been taken care of. New Grill, new LED headlights (hi and low). I was told by the owner before me that his father had put a crate engine in it and a shift kit. However, I do not have documentation to prove or show this. All I can tell you is that it drives hard, fast and is a blast.

Music: The truck has a subwoofer behind the seat and a decent amplifier under the seat as well. You can see both in the pictures. Bluetooth radio, etc.

There is a plastic bed liner in the bed. This came with the truck when I bought it.

The truck has a 5.7 with a TBI on it and I believe a 700R transmission (don't quote me on the transmission but it has an overdrive). It starts every time, all the time. I would drive it anywhere.

The truck will come with the original set of keys, spare keys, a back up chrome grill and a clean title.

The transmission has a very small leak, I believe it is coming from the oil pan on the transmission. I am just too lazy to make a mess and put a $20 gasket on it. I periodically check the fluid in the transmission and fill accordingly.

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