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Old 02-06-2018, 02:42 PM
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1995 GMC K2500 3/4 Ton Truck

SOLD, SOLD, SOLD

Hi all, just wanted to throw this out there for your consideration.

This was a garage kept second vehicle when the original owner passed away. When I came to buy it, the oil was fresh and air filter was brand new. He seemed to be a meticulous owner.

When I bought it, I added the following:
Method Hole Wheels with new Michelin LTX tires.
Happijac Camper Mounts.
Torklift Rear Hitch to allow towing with a camper overhang.
Wired the truck for a Lance Camper, trailer brake, and 7pin and 4pin off the back.
Firestone airbags for the rear suspension.

Truck has less than 52,000 miles, this is not a typo. The paint is in good condition, a few scratches and a few dings, but great shape for a 1995. The interior had seat covers when I bought it and I put some junky Costco covers on, but the cloth is in great condition. Has the 454 (non-vortec) motor and 4.10 gears. This is basically a 1 ton with the upsized tires and wheels.

Anyway, I ended up getting a Dually Diesel, so the stealth hauler is up for sale.

The only item that does not work on the truck is the anti-lock brakes. Everything else works great.

We used this to haul our 11 ft. cabover and it did a respectable job. I even put my Maristar 210 on it and it did ok, but struggled going over mountain passes.

I did get a Blackstone Oil Report and it was all good also.

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Old 02-06-2018, 02:56 PM
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Hi all, just wanted to throw this out there for your consideration.

This was a garage kept second vehicle when the original owner passed away. When I came to buy it, the oil was fresh and air filter was brand new. He seemed to be a meticulous owner.

When I bought it, I added the following:
Method Hole Wheels with new Michelin LTX tires.
Happijac Camper Mounts.
Torklift Rear Hitch to allow towing with a camper overhang.
Wired the truck for a Lance Camper, trailer brake, and 7pin and 4pin off the back.
Firestone airbags for the rear suspension.

Truck has less than 52,000 miles, this is not a typo. The paint is in good condition, a few scratches and a few dings, but great shape for a 1995. The interior had seat covers when I bought it and I put some junky Costco covers on, but the cloth is in great condition. Has the 454 (non-vortec) motor and 4.10 gears. This is basically a 1 ton and with the upsized tires and wheels.

Anyway, I ended up getting a Dually Diesel, so the stealth hauler is up for sale.

The only item that does not work on the truck is the anti-lock brakes. Everything else works great.

We used this to haul our 10’8” cabover and it did a respectable job. I even put my Maristar 210 on it and it did ok, but struggled going over mountain passes.

I did get a Blackstone Oil Report and it was all good also.

I am not really sure what this is worth, but I am trying to get $9,500 for it. Feel free to comment, not going to hurt my feelings!

Let me know if you are interested, truck is located near Lake Tahoe California.Attachment 171763Attachment 171764Attachment 171765Attachment 171766Attachment 171767Attachment 171768Attachment 171769Attachment 171770Attachment 171771Attachment 171772


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Old 02-06-2018, 03:00 PM
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Old 02-06-2018, 03:05 PM
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I also have the original wheels and caps, then it's really back to the 90's! Upgraded the wheels and tires to get more capacity. The tires on the original wheels are from 2001!
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Old 02-06-2018, 05:11 PM
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Very cool. Someone's going to get a sweet truck.
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Old 02-06-2018, 05:49 PM
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Very cool. Someone's going to get a sweet truck.

Thanks!

I have had this truck for only a bit more than a year and I thought I would keep it forever. It is so fun to cruise around and it was a top of the line truck back in the day. Power windows, locks, AC, all the bells and whistles of 1995. The stereo cassette is awesome also. You can even drive this around without your seatbelt and there is nothing dinging away at you, not that I do that though!

But, turns out we are hosting a foreign exchange student next year. So, with my two kids and someone elses child, I wanted to make sure I had a legal truck for the weight of camper I was hauling.

Picture of the replacement. Will ease the pain of selling -Blue-

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Old 02-06-2018, 07:37 PM
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I love the truck and the nostalgia. Original mileage is a huge plus. Can't wait to see how this unfolds
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Old 02-07-2018, 03:01 AM
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Well that Duramax will blow the friggin doors off the old big block, but I cannot believe the old GMC will last for longer than about 6 minutes before selling at that price.
I'd ask more $ for it and get some cheesehead from the rust belt to come out and bring back the only 23 year old truck that ain't a rusty pile of bolts to the Midwest!

Seriously, GMT 800s were and still are one of the most reliable trucks for the money and if I had even a remote need for a tow rig that gets 10mog uphill or down I wouldnt even be typing this, I'd be on my way to Tahoe!
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Old 02-07-2018, 10:18 AM
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Thrall, thanks for the input. I hope I am asking a price that makes sense to buy a capable classic tow vehicle. When I was looking for a bigger truck, it seems you need to spend over $10k to get something that isn’t beat down or way up in mileage. This is a truck that is fine to drive and gets the thumbs up from everyone.

Blackstone oil report for your viewing pleasure this morning. This was my first oil change on the truck and it made sense that there was a high amount of lead. I worked this truck hard the whole time with either a cabover or cabover with boat combination. The trip I took the cabover/boat combo was mid-July with heat in the 110 degree + range to the valley in California. I don’t think this truck has done any work prior to my ownership. I bought it with 47,158 miles in December 2016.

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Old 02-07-2018, 06:05 PM
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+5, great vehicle, stewardship, and capabilities. Your ask is more than fair.

If no one here snaps it up, which they should, you have no hassle listing services that work well including:

https://bringatrailer.com/auctions/
cars.com
autotrader.com

In all three cases, get a good camera, take a bunch of high res pics. BaT auction examples are tremendous how to's in their own right.
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