Sharp and loaded, this 1989 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE is a distinct classic. And at the same time, it has the features, investments, and fuel-injected V8 power to make sure you can get the real truck work done.
The Black and Garnet Red is not only attractive, but it's also the original color for this truck. So it sets the tone right for something special. The paint was resprayed later in life, and there's even a nice little hint of metallic in the black. It looks good against the good fundamentals of the well-fitting body panels, full-length trim, and shining chrome bumpers. This SLE also has premium details like five-spoke wheels and upgraded tinted windows. But nothing on this truck will ever strike you as too fancy to use and enjoy to the fullest. That's also why the bed is protected by diamond plating around the edges, a thick rubber mat, and a full texture paint. And there's a proper trailer hitch on the back to tow the toys.
It looks like they mixed the two colors of the exterior to get the dark maroon interior. The full package looks stock and exceptionally preserved. So you'll love the details, right down to the GM rubber floor mats to the working courtesy lights. An attractive style is especially nice on an SLE trim because it's also loaded. It includes cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, cup holders, a sliding rear window, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input. This is a desirable extended cab where the rear is great for carrying more people or a secure place to put cargo. The front seats feel almost like a sports car with well-contoured bucket seats and a center console in-between. The steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you a commanding view of the dash and factory gauge package.
The engine bay continues the correct and respected appearance. It's unknown if the odometer represents the actual mileage. But this two-owner truck has been treated with the proper respect over the years. So that not only means good care on components, but also big investments, like a new motor around 1999. This 350 cubic-inch V8 is a fuel-injected powerhouse that means better power and consistency. And this one fires up with the eagerness of a truck that wants to hit the road. That's why you also have good long-haul features like cruise control and the four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. There's also power steering, power brakes, ABS, and front discs.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and maintenance records. This is a classic GMC that has a lot more appeal than just its two-owner history. So if you want a loaded pickup of distinction, call today!