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1985 GMC Cabellero - $18,000 (PCC main campus)

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condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 130000
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: truck
There were only 3320 GMC Caballeros built by GM in 1985(compared to ~20,000 El Caminos), and this is one of them. It looks, sounds and runs great. I purchased this about 10 years ago when it had about 124k miles and it now has 130k miles. The “scalloping” of the hood was done by the owner before me and helps give this Caballero a very distinctive look when combined with the Baby Moon Chrome wheels. It has been keep covered and, in my garage, since I have owned it. I am pretty sure it has always been an AZ car registered, and that the mileage is actually 127k- the odometers stopped at 99999 miles back then. Here is the information provided to me by the previous owner who had (or did) the work done to the Caballero:
350 HO Chevy Crate Engine (330HP)
Edelbrock Manifold & 4 Barrel Carb
Auburn Rear End with Positraction (3.31:1)
Custom Headers and Exhaust
HD 350 Transmission (3speed)
Electronic Ignition
Holley Electric fuel pump and regulator (not Holley)
Trailer hitch and light socket (I have never used it)
It has been registered as a classic vehicle since I have owned it, so have not needed emissions. It had tinted windows, Power Door locks, Power Windows, Cruise Control and a custom wooden steering wheel. The oil pressure, tach water temperature gauges all work. It has a JVC stereo with Bluetooth and a CD/USB Player. The front speakers have been replaced and there is a pair of 6x9 boxed speakers in the rear powered by a small amp. It has A/C (R12!) which works somewhat as the a/c-heater ductwork foam does not seal well so about 50% of the cold air comes out from the floor vent area. The original electric clock in the dash still keeps great time. The dash is cracked and covered with a Dashmat. The paint has a few nicks and chips but the body is pretty straight. I don't drive it much, and never in the rain, so when I last checked, the wipers worked fine, but not the washer function. The radiator, power steering pump/ gearbox and rear shocks have been replaced under my watch. The window/door seals have been replaced. The electric fuel pump is on the noisy side. Just today I had two comments on how “clean” and nice the Caballero looked while I went into and out of Albertsons. It runs on Premium gas. Serious Inquiries only- am not interested in any trades.

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