1984 Chevy C10 Silverado Short Bed BIG BLOCK

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Rushville, Indiana, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: C-10
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • VIN: 2gcdc14h5e1147828
  • Color: Brown
  • Engine size: 454
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Drive side: Right-hand drive
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Chevrolet C-10 1984 Description



-1984 Chevy Silverado C10 Short Bed

-454 Big Block Chevy (came with 305)

-Turbo 350 Transmission

-Power Windows and Locks

-Power Steering

-Power Brakes

-Tilt Wheel

-Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel

-Drop Springs and Spindles in Front

-Rear Spring Hangers Moved and Lowering Shackles in Rear (No Notch)

-Pin Strips by Jack Lindenberger

-Kenwood Head Unit (usb plug in glove box) with Memphis Sound Speakers

-Aluminum Radiator with dual fans

-Mother Thumper Cam (sounds mean at idle)

-Eldelbrock PVD Chrome Intake

-Holley Carb

-Stainless Headers

-2 ¾ inch Exhaust with Flowmaster Mufflers

-Tinted Sprayed Bed Liner

-Billet Specialty Wheels (Fronts 17x8 Rears 17x9.5)

-Hankook Tires (Fronts 255/50/17 Rears 275/60/17)

-No specs on engine, previous owner said it was rebuilt 4 years ago, no receipts

-Previous Owner Purchased 11 Years ago with 57k Miles (Miles Exempt on Title), had big camper shell on it, and 305 engine, 4 years ago, stripped down and did a repaint and said no bondo, no rust, solid body. Again, all info above is from Previous Owner

What Has Been Done within 1k Miles

-Have receipts for all the following work

-Installed Entropy Programmable Dual Fan Control, currently set at one fan kicking on at 170 degrees and the other kicks on at 175 degrees, doesn’t put a load on electrical this way, has override switch under dash to turn both on when and if needed. Has sat in traffic in the summer with ac on and stays cool. Gauge Reads about 210 and previous owner said it was off about 35 degrees, which would be where the fans are programmed

-Oil Change and Filter Valvoline VR1 20W50 with Filter

-Had the tail pipes routed under rear bumper so you didn’t notice them, they were pointed out to each corner of bed, I didn’t like the look of them.

-Fresh Antifreeze

-New Battery

-New Spark Plugs and Wires

-A/C inline pressure switch installed to get A/C working properly

-Installed new HVAC Temp/Fan Assembly in Dash

-Engine and Transmission have New Seals/Gaskets

-New Oil Pan

-New Front Shocks

-New Front Brake Pads and Hoses

-Clean/Adjusted Rear Brakes

-Front End Alignment

-Powder Coat Valve Covers, Oil Pan, Air Cleaner

-New Trans Fluid and Filter

-New Tranny Pan with Drain Plug

-Installed High Torque Mini Starter

-Wrapped Starter in Heat Shield

-Original 10 Bolt Rear End UPDATES

-Installed Detroit TrueTrac Locker

-Installed 3:42 Gears

-Installed Moser Axles 28 Spline

-New Rear Diff Cover, Gasket, and Fluid

Total In Parts/Labor in Last 1k Miles = $5,500.00 Plus

Truck was purchased for father and son cruising around. It currently runs great! I wanted to make it reliable and had mechanic go over everything. The truck was never going to see a drag strip and slicks is why I didn’t upgrade to a 12 Bolt. I built up the 10 Bolt to handle what I wanted to do with it. The only thing we couldn’t get totally fixed was the vent selector in HVAC. It blows ice cold, but mostly out of bottom vent, but it will blow small amount out of dash vents. It moves to different vents, but it’s not fully changing. I couldn’t get this fixed without pulling the entire system out of the firewall. It was internal and they didn’t sell that specific item to fix, I had to buy a whole entire unit. It keeps you very comfortable in the summer. The heat works great too. The speedo is off about 10 mph. Going 70 mph is really going 60 mph. Switched out outer gear to help, it was off about 15mph, but this is as close as we could get it without getting into tranny and playing with those speedo gears. I didn’t worry with it since it doesn’t get driven daily. The dash pad has a crack in it. You can see in pics. This truck is owned by my father who is a 72 Year Old Car Guy. He bought it to just cruise around town, but has purchased an SRT8 Charger for a more comfortable ride long distances as a toy. The old 305 block and engine stand can go with sale at no charge, it's not complete. It also comes with stock axles, and some misc. parts we replaced.

I don't want to trade for anything.

I don't need help selling it.

I won't answer any texts.


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