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How big is a 1995 GMC Sierra 1500?

How big is a 1995 GMC Sierra 1500?

Classic truck – One of a kind – One owner – Canada – looking for serious buyer/truck collector. – 1995 GM Sierra 1500 SL 1/2 ton truck – 4.3 L – V6 gas engine – 5 speed manual transmission (floor mounted) – Cold climate package – Manufactured November 1994, Fort Wayne Assemb…

What makes a GMC Sierra 1500 years old?

We have the brake pads to get your wheels stopping when you command. Interior – Make your interior work just as hard as the rest of the truck. When something happens, like a drill bit stabs a hole in your seating, give us a ring. We can get your interior patched up and back to brand-new condition.

What kind of truck is the GMC Sierra?

The GMC Sierra 1500 is a light-duty pick up. Don’t let the name fool you though — these behemoths are capable of handling extreme loads. They’re a workers truck, but just like a working person, these vehicles need a break every once a while.

What’s the model year of the Chevy Silverado?

That all depends on the model year and option package you choose. For our purposes we’ll stick to the 1999 model year through to the present day, as that’s the moment these trucks came into their own as individual models.

Where can I buy a 1995 GMC Sierra?

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When did the GMC Sierra 1500 come out for sale?

No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. 1st owner purchased on 02/11/95 and owned in IN until 10/24/00 • 2nd owner purchased on 10/24/00 and owned in NM until 11/16/18 • 3rd owner purchased on 11/25/20 and owned in IN until .

Is the GMC Sierra 1500 in good condition?

This vehicle is being sold AS IS/AS TRADED and is not represented as being in roadworthy condition, mechanically sound or maintained at any guaranteed level of quality. The vehicle may not be fit for use as a means of transportation and may require substantial repairs at the p…

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