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Sweet Chevy S10 with low miles (72K) on an original V6 engine. Clean title, no reported accidents. It runs and drives really well for the age and is super fun to roll around town in. It’s been my daily driver for the past year. Has a sic grille, cool low profile bumper and vintage style tail lights. Manual 5 gears, no power steering.

Would make a great project truck or you can drive as is. Heat works super well for cozy winter driving. Comes with combination steering wheel lock, front window reflector shades, and two back window sun blockers (great for the summer). I have the original manuals for the truck as well. Tabs are good til Jan 2022. Clean title in hand.

Has the classic dash cracks and splits on the driver's seat area for a truck this age. As well as some interior wear on the door panels. Minimal body dents/nicks for an old truck. There are the typical small nicks with rust, but no major rust spots anywhere on the body that I am aware of. Paint is original and hence is a bit worn,. Personally I'm into the faded paint with restored details look.

I've put a fair amount into her this year and have receipts from the shop for most of the work. All turn signals, lights, wipers work great. Currently has synthetic oil, and passed the oregon emissions test last January before any of these repairs were done. Averages 19-25 MPG, which I know for sure as I saved and calculated receipts over the last year (this improved over the year, possibly due to the repairs, I'm not sure).

Done this year:
New Shocks and Struts (March)
New All-Weather Tires (October, rated for 50k miles)
New Kenwood radio (May)
New Fosgate dash speakers and Pioneer side speakers (May) (4 total, 2 added by a previous owner on the driver and passenger side foot area)
New Spark Plugs (February)
New Ignition lock (March) (this means the key/wheel will NOT lock up on you as is typical with old trucks)
Brake fluid flush, wheel bearings and seal (February)
New Serpentine Belt (February)
New headlights (super seal to resist condensation)
New headlight bezels
New tail lights
Some wiring replaced
New fuel tank cap
New washer fluid tank


YOU ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK PROPERLY in order to test drive this car. I will provide you with a mask if you show up without one!! NO EXCEPTIONS. Interiors will be sanitized before you take her for a spin.

I’m open to reasonable offers and negotiations, but please do not waste my time and low ball me. Asking for money transfer/cashiers check, basically pay upfront to take her home. No trades. I do not need help selling. Thanks.

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