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1984 GMC s15 !!FACTORY 2.2L ISUZU DIESEL!! like chevy s10 luv/pup

1984 GMC S15 high sierra

Condition: Used
Make: GMC
Model: S15
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: high sierra
Year: 1984
Mileage: 199999
VIN: 1gtcs14s4e2512476
Color: White
Engine: 2.2l isuzu diesel
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Browns Summit, North Carolina, United States
Extras
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Description for GMC S15 1984

Ultra-rare gmc s15 pickup with factory original 2.2l c223 isuzu diesel engine and 5 speed manual transmission as found in the isuzu P'UP and isuzu built chevrolet luv, and then installed in the GM built s series pickups (s10/s15) until isuzu quit offering them (i think 1986). these little diesels are like most 80's small diesels, they are a slow and fill a little under-powered but you cant kill them and will idle around 55-60 mph all day and hardly use any fuel doing it. the truck starts, runs, shifts, and drives good with no know issues. the body is pretty straight and rust free inside and out with the exception of one spot in the drivers side cab corner that is starting to bubble, and also on the drivers side bed there is a spot that must have had a dent and repaired at some point as there is a spot where the filler is cracking and both are shown in the pictures along with a few scratches. i hit a deer with it a few years ago and had to replace the hood, drivers door and headlight bezel, light and marker assembly. the interior is in pretty decent shape and was redone sometime before i bought it as the dash, and door panels seems to be out of a 4 door s10 blazer as the drivers power window switch has 4 switches (power windows do work) and fuel gauge says unleaded fuel only. actual mileage is unknown as the gauge cluster is from a gas donor and only goes to 99k before tripping over. for any questions or would like to come see it please feel free to call or text me at (336)669-8790. If you need shipping i have a freight broker i have used regularly that can certainly get it picked up. also below is a url address of a YouTube video of truck starting and running that could be copied and pasted into your address bar to view
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvXdVI8k7cA