If you’re looking for an old-school, full-size pickup truck, then you probably know how difficult it is to find one — especially in nice shape. Most of these were used and abused by prior owners, who bought them to be pickup trucks with no idea that they would ever become anything else.
But this particular example is in fantastic condition, and it has a highly desirable and uncommon body style. This is a 2000 GMC Sierra in rare 3500 4×4 Dually guise, which means it’s the top-of-the-line heavy-duty model with "dually" rear wheels in back. It’s also a 4-wheel drive crew cab, which is uncommon for trucks of this vintage. It really checks all the boxes.
It’s also in amazing condition. The Sierra has traveled just 61,000 miles from new, which would be exceptionally high for a pricey sports car, but it’s an amazingly low price for a pickup like this. Most Sierra models from this era have crested 200,000 miles by now — if they’re even still running at all — so this one seems like a time capsule by comparison.
Indeed, it looks like a time capsule on the inside, as everything is in fantastic condition. You won’t find another truck from this era like this, and this one is offered by Good Car Company in Mesa, Arizona, for $18,995. That’s big money for one of these trucks, but this might just be the nicest one of these around. Find a GMC Sierra 3500 for sale
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