Few trucks will turn as many heads as this 1998 Chevrolet Silverado. The 1500 Silverado is a light-duty version of the legendary Silverado line that was introduced to replace the Chevy C/K. Interestingly both Chevrolet and GMC offered a Silverado trim on their top-of-the-line C/K and Suburban trucks, prior to the Silverado being spun off as a model of itself. The Silverado nameplate remains the gold standard of Chevy pick-ups to this day.
Originally conceived as a light pick-up truck, the classic truck body style was available in three variants; two-door standard cab, four-door extended cab, and extended cab with front-hinged doors. The variations extended to the bed lengths as well, with the Chevy Silverado also available with either short, standard or long load-carrying trays. To ensure heads are turned this Chevrolet Silverado can be slammed thanks to the addition of airbag suspension. It sits on custom rims, while the customization stretches to a unique interior and speaker set-up. Plus, with AC that blows cold, you can remain unfazed in traffic leaving you with more time to enjoy the many admiring stares this Chevrolet 1500 Silverado is sure to attract.
The truck featured here has a quoted low mileage of just 1000 miles. But that’s not all. This Silverado 1500’s party piece lies under the hood: a 6.2L motor from a Cadillac Escalade. Ensuring that the power from the larger engine is put down it has been paired with a 6L80 transmission.