1989 Chevy C3500 Silverado – Chevy produced several different versions of the C3500 truck in 1989. Some models had different engines, while others were two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive vehicles. 1989 C3500 trucks were also available with regular size or extended cabs. 1989 C3500 trucks were fitted with either a 6.2-liter engine or a 7.4-liter engine. The 6.2-liter engine produced 143 horsepower and 257 ft-lbs. of torque. The 7.4-liter engine offered 230 horsepower and 385 ft-lbs. of torque. Regular cab C3500s had a wheelbase of 131.50 inches. The extended cab C3500s were designed with a 155.50-inch wheelbase. Regular cab C3500s were 212.90 inches long, while the extended cabs were 236.90 inches long. All 1989 Chevy C3500s were 76.4 inches wide. All of Chevy’s 1989 C3500 trucks were three-speed, automatic transmission vehicles featuring 25-gallon fuel tanks. The bore and stroke was 3.98 x 3.82 inches on the 6.2-liter engine, and 4.25 x 4.00 inches on the 7.4-liter engine.

Here at TX T&C we love all General Motors OBS trucks and we got excited when the opportunity to add this ’89 to our inventory became available. What we like the most is that this truck make a great “Tow Rig” as is or would look killer with a lowered stance and some new Alcoas. We could envision seeing the next owner pulling a show truck behind this Summit White beauty. A cloth Dash Mat covers the dash but there are no cracks below like you find on most trucks this age. This C3500 also looks to been well maintained and only has 109k miles from new. The previous owner added a front and rear tow package, tachometer, transmission temp gauge, and a USB charger. Additional features and options include; 7.4L V8, Auto, DRW, 2WD,  Blue Cloth Bench, A/C, Chrome Bumpers, Chrome Mirrors, Chrome Running Boards, Chrome Grille, Clearance Lights, Owners Manuals, Power Windows/Locks, Alpine AM/FM/CD (model CDE-172BT), Tilt Steering, Tinted Windows, Tire Tools, Spare Tire, 16″ Factory Steel Wheels, and Thick Cooper Discoverer Tires! And don’t forget that a 1989 is officially a “classic” in all 50 states. This provides discounts on inspections, registrations, and insurance. It also gains admission into the larger classic car shows like Good Guys. This is a lot of vehicle for the money and definitely one you don’t want to let slip away!