Monday. It’s a terrible day for some because it’s back to work and the same old grind but around here Monday is great because it means more lifted trucks. And this particular Monday is all about lifted 1988 Chevy trucks. An 88 Chevy Silverado, a large and in charge K30, and a jacked up K5 Blazer to be exact. All three of these vehicles are currently being sold or have already been sold on various internet sites in various cities across the U.S. Do you think the French are cool enough to have a plethora of big trucks? I didn’t think so.
Our first 1988 Chevy truck is located in Nevada City and listed for $4500. It’s a lifted, 5 speed, 4 wheel drive, step side, 1988 Chevy Silverado with 120,000 miles on it.
The photo was taken in an open wilderness expanse, yet the truck has been inexplicable backed up into the bushes. It almost looks like this 88 Silverado needed to take a leak and one of his unruly friends snapped a photo and placed in online for all to see. Despite this, I’m sure it is a fine automobile and I’m proud to feature here today.
Our next 1988 Chevy pick up truck is a 1 ton, 4×4, 7.4 liter diesel, crew cab, Chevy K30. I didn’t know they allowed trucks in Delaware but that is where this one is hiding at a cost of $3,900. The K30 or 3500 was the heaviest single wheel chassis that Chevy made so if you couldn’t tell by the size of the engine, this animal has plenty of power. You can also tell that is has plenty of room. The crew cab looks huge and the bed is rather long as well. Good luck parking this one.
Last up for today is a 1988 Chevy K5 Blazer located in Neguanee, Michigan. Having grown up in Oklahoma I can tell you that is most likely an Indian name, and having Wikipedia I can tell you that is definitely an Indian name.
Ethnic city names aside, this K5 is lifted six inches, equipped with thirty-six inch swamper tires, and is a 4×4 just like it should be. Having a lifted truck with no 4×4 capability is like having a pretty woman with no breasts. Sure it looks nice, but what are you going to play with when you get bored?