- Engine Size
- 350 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- Body Color
- Blue & White
- Interior Color
3/4 TON 4X4 SQUARE BODY FUEL INJECTED GMC K20! FUEL INJECTED!! CLEAN!!!
This 1987 GMC 2500 (K20) 3/4 Ton 4x4 Pickup is in impeccable condition!!! This is the coveted year of the Square-bodies. 87 is the last year and first year for Fuel Injection. Plus being a 3/4 Ton makes it extra rare. It is also loaded with factory options like Power Windows and Locks, AC, Tilt, Cruise, and Clock. This is a Michigan truck that was always stored in the winters and never driven in bad weather. See the underside pictures and you will be able to tell. Last owner stated he was the 3rd owner and it is evident all of the owners cared for this truck. The 2nd owner apparently had a full repaint done in base-coat clear-coat and it still looks amazing!! There is no rust and we found no evidence of any prior rust. The repaint was done in its original colors of 2-Tone Chevy White and Chevy Light Blue Metallic. the body is super straight.
the interior looks to be all original with the exception of the seat which was recovered. Even the carpet is original and looks great!! Dash and Instrument Cluster also look excellent and both fuel tanks are new and they do work.
The engine is the original 350 V8 TBI and it runs excellent. Transmission is the 700R4 Automatic. This truck runs and drives amazing and all of the lights, gauges, wipers, etc are working. The Cat-back dual exhaust sounds great!! It is a real pleasure to drive. They did add a 2 Inch all Spring Suspension Lift to this truck which is a great touch and it has 265/75/16 Tires which are brand new on new Aluminum Rims. It also has a matching spare. No disappointments with this very cool and rare truck!!
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