1991 Chevy 1500 Sport Truck – These trucks were a giant step forward from the older square body design and featured independent front suspension and extensive use of galvanized steel to reduce rust. The frames were fully welded and included boxed front sections which added to the rigidity of the overall vehicle. The new GMT400 design was more aerodynamic and featured a more comfortable interior with electronic speedometers, button-operated climate control and modern radio control systems that mounted beside the instrument panel for easy access. Trucks are all the rage, and just a few years ago the square body trucks were extremely affordable. But now low-mileage survivors, restored or custom square bodies can fetch more than $25,000. The 1988-94 GM trucks are starting to rise in price, and they will likely follow the example of the now popular square body trucks. They make great trucks to customize and are reliable enough to drive on a daily basis.
5.7L, Auto, SWB, Lowered, 20″ US Mags, Custom Exhaust, Extremely Clean, Only 70k Miles!