Is It Just Us, Or Does The Fact That This Big Block Truck Has No Bed Mean It Does Better Burnouts And Is Therefore Way More Exciting?


Is It Just Us, Or Does The Fact That This Big Block Truck Has No Bed Mean It Does Better Burnouts And Is Therefore Way More Exciting?

I’d like to think that the fact that someone took the utility bed off of this cab and chassis, big block equipped, 1990 GMC 3500 truck, is a sign from God himself that this truck is meant to do burnouts. Lots and lots of burnouts. In fact, I think this is the case so much, that if the seller will come down by half I’ll but it just to do burnouts with it. I mean what could possibly go wrong? Give us some good reason why this shouldn’t come home. Hell the interior is even clean!

The truth is, I’d throw another utility bed on it if I could find one cheap. It could be a really handy truck for the money. And if it sucks there is still the fact that it is a big block under the hood.

Disclaimer: Even if we bought it, and a utility bed, we’d do burnouts before ever installing it. Just so we are clear.

Here is all the info from the seller:

Selling my
1990
GMC Sierra 3500 (same as Silverado 3500)
2WD
REGULAR CAB PICKUP
7.4L V8 OHV 16V.
180k miles

Right now it’s just a Chassis Cab but you can add :
Towing rig
Stake bed
Flat bed
Dump bed
Regular pick up bed.

Has the wires for the tail lights and it also has the trailer wiring all set up already.

Has New A/C Compressor and New Alternator and Brand New Battery.
Clean truck title in hand.

Call or Text me anytime
562 277 3034


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