RECENT CRATE 454 V8, AUTO W/OD, NICELY MAINTAINED, CLEAN CARFAX, COLD A/C!!!
They're called "Texas limousines" and these 4-door dually pickups are still the coolest way to haul big loads. Don't let the mileage on this 1999 Chevrolet 3500 dually get to you, because it's got a recent big block and a cool look that'll stop shows all by itself, never mind what's in the trailer it's towing.
Maybe you need a heavy-duty work truck or maybe you just like the look, but either way this is perhaps the most heavy iron for your dollar anywhere. The two-tone black over white color combination makes this thing look as long as the QE2, but the sporty red stripe through the middle adds a racy touch, as if this was the hauler for a race team. The sheetmetal is in great shape, suggesting that even though it works for a living, someone took very good care of it. Of course, the finish is 17 years old, so it's not perfect, but you'll see plenty of heads turning as you rumble past. The big fenders out back haven't been beat up by road debris and a handy chrome step plate makes it easy to get in, particularly with the lowered stance. Running lights on the cab are a big rig flavor that works especially well on duallies, and if you're hauling stuff, this one is set up right with a spray-in bedliner and diamond plate tool box in the bed. You want attention, this truck gets it.
It's first class all the way inside, starting with wide bench seats with room for six where nobody will complain about the accommodations. The upholstery is in great shape, with no rips or tears and the low-maintenance surfaces mean that it'll look good for another several hundred thousand miles. The 1999 trucks had freshened interiors, so the gauges are big and easy to read and the steering wheel is a lot more stylish than the lump they used on the older C/K models. This dually isn't only a work truck, though, because it's outfitted with A/C, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and a great-sounding AM/FM/CD stereo in place of the original Delco setup. And since it is a big truck designed for towing, there's a rear-view camera that makes hitching up the trailer a snap, so you can get it right the first time every time.
The engine is a gas-fired 454 cubic inch V8, the big block everyone wants in their heavy hauler. This is a fresh crate motor, installed about 20,000 miles ago, so it's ready to keep going for quite some time to come. The big torque makes even heavy trailers feel lighter and while gas mileage isn't great, it never seems to run out of breath on big hills. The engine bay is tidy, with all original controls, so it starts and runs like a stocker, and you can see by the underhood details that this truck has been well maintained. There's a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission that cruises easily at highway speeds and the rear axle looks big enough to have been stolen from a cement mixer. It's too big to fit on our lift, but underneath you'll find a suspension that's been lowered five inches in front and seven in back, giving it that low, flat, even stance that makes these trucks look so good. Aftermarket chrome wheels sure dress it up and carry recent 215/85/16 heavy-duty truck tires designed for work.
Still ready, willing, and able to do the big stuff, but looking good enough that you might want to save it for special occasions, this is a cool dually with plenty of life left for fun of any kind. Call today!
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- 454 V8
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- 319,230 (Actual)
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Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months