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just picked up a 92 sonoma st from my ex yesterday. it was her grandpas truck and she got it when he died. she didnt want it anymore so i gave her 300 for it. its an extended cab 4x4 with the 4.3 in it. only has 142k on it and everything works and it runs like a top. i put 425 miles on it yesterday driving it home and had no issues at all with it. when i looked up the vin to see the list of factory options(it has every option avaliable for the year) it came back saying this was the only st gmc made with these options. just wondering if it has any extra value because of this. reguardless of if it does or not i think its pretty cool owning a truck that there was only one made of and its def getting restored
 

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What made me look up the vin was the fact that the doors and tailgate say sonoma st but the glovebox in the cab says sls so i was confussed. from what ive ready this is common because the st's had sls interiors. my wife is almost home from work and she has the camera so when she gets here ill take pictures of the truck and post them on here
 

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Pretty rare just find ing an ST much less a 4x. It was a factory deal that
added some parts off the Jimmy like a larger y-pipe, buckets, the SLS
interior option, different gears [at least in the 2w models] an trans cooler,
an oil cooler, and a couple other things. You'll play hell trying to find the
red/black stripe and the Sonoma ST decals. I have 1 for the right side
door. They usually only came in 3 exterior colors, that being red, black,
and white, though 1 time many years ago, I'm pretty sure I saw 1TEAL
painted ST with the stripes, but it looked very strange. Interior colors
varied. Many were red with black, all red or black. Mine is the GM
dark navy blue with grey and 2 tone light blue/dark blue seats with
orange piping.

There's no special VIN for the ST like the hot rod trucks. There's no
cladding for them like the Cameo. They were simply a basic S-15
called a Sonoma and a few parts added on to make it an Sonoma ST.

ST's are rare. Jimmy ST's are rare and I'd have to think the ST 4wd
truck version is probably the rarest. I have a 2wd x cab ST and it's been
a good truck, I also think ST's were only avail in 91 and 92.

OLD SLO..
 

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its a pretty cool truck. ive been trying to find out info and its really hard because theres not a lot out there about the st. the truck runs like a dream. the 4 high and low work perfect and the interior is a 7/10. it has the oil and trans cooler and a heavy duty radiator. also has the heavy duty off road suspension with a gu6/g80 rear end. just wish it didnt have all the rust. might have to buy some body parts for it. im curious on what its other because the same truck thats just the sls in fair condition is 3000 on kelly blue book
 

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You could use KKB to see what it;s worth, but it and mine are simply
S-15's - Sonoma's with some Jimmy heavy duty parts installed and
badged different than other trucks.You have to remember that GM
getting ready to launch the 93 2nd Gen trucks with the 2G Jimmy's
and Blazers coming in early 94, so GM came up with ways to dump
most of the 1st Gens inventory.

The 1st Gens had a great run from 82 to late 93 and a lot of parts
were still factory avail, but GM was now focused on the 2nd Gens
and they needed to get rid of production parts for the 1st Gens.
 

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Pretty rare just find ing an ST much less a 4x. It was a factory deal that
added some parts off the Jimmy like a larger y-pipe, buckets, the SLS
interior option, different gears [at least in the 2w models] an trans cooler,
an oil cooler, and a couple other things. You'll play hell trying to find the
red/black stripe and the Sonoma ST decals. I have 1 for the right side
door. They usually only came in 3 exterior colors, that being red, black,
and white, though 1 time many years ago, I'm pretty sure I saw 1TEAL
painted ST with the stripes, but it looked very strange. Interior colors
varied. Many were red with black, all red or black. Mine is the GM
dark navy blue with grey and 2 tone light blue/dark blue seats with
orange piping.

There's no special VIN for the ST like the hot rod trucks. There's no
cladding for them like the Cameo. They were simply a basic S-15
called a Sonoma and a few parts added on to make it an Sonoma ST.

ST's are rare. Jimmy ST's are rare and I'd have to think the ST 4wd
truck version is probably the rarest. I have a 2wd x cab ST and it's been
a good truck, I also think ST's were only avail in 91 and 92.

OLD SLO..
My daughter inherited this teal ST from her grandfather last year. Its 2wd 5speed
340675

Pretty rare just find ing an ST much less a 4x. It was a factory deal that
added some parts off the Jimmy like a larger y-pipe, buckets, the SLS
interior option, different gears [at least in the 2w models] an trans cooler,
an oil cooler, and a couple other things. You'll play hell trying to find the
red/black stripe and the Sonoma ST decals. I have 1 for the right side
door. They usually only came in 3 exterior colors, that being red, black,
and white, though 1 time many years ago, I'm pretty sure I saw 1TEAL
painted ST with the stripes, but it looked very strange. Interior colors
varied. Many were red with black, all red or black. Mine is the GM
dark navy blue with grey and 2 tone light blue/dark blue seats with
orange piping.

There's no special VIN for the ST like the hot rod trucks. There's no
cladding for them like the Cameo. They were simply a basic S-15
called a Sonoma and a few parts added on to make it an Sonoma ST.

ST's are rare. Jimmy ST's are rare and I'd have to think the ST 4wd
truck version is probably the rarest. I have a 2wd x cab ST and it's been
a good truck, I also think ST's were only avail in 91 and 92.

OLD SLO..
 

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You could use KKB to see what it;s worth, but it and mine are simply
S-15's - Sonoma's with some Jimmy heavy duty parts installed and
badged different than other trucks.You have to remember that GM
getting ready to launch the 93 2nd Gen trucks with the 2G Jimmy's
and Blazers coming in early 94, so GM came up with ways to dump
most of the 1st Gens inventory.

The 1st Gens had a great run from 82 to late 93 and a lot of parts
were still factory avail, but GM was now focused on the 2nd Gens
and they needed to get rid of production parts for the 1st Gens.
You're a year ahead on your 2nd gens. Trucks came out in 94..Blazers in 95.
 
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