614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1964 GMC 1000 pickup is for those who love a cool cruiser truck. After all, you can tell right from the first impression this is a custom machine made to impress. It has a sleeker style, a custom/comfy interior, upgraded V8 power, and even an overdrive transmission to make boulevard cruising easy.
GMC made an awesome-looking truck this year. The cab has a cool wraparound crease that proves the designers made sure even the pickups were stylish. So this one has an everlasting appeal right at its foundation. But what really turns the appeal up a notch is the fresh metallic blue paint. We have a receipt within the last year documenting over $13k invested in the paint and body. So the modern clearcoat luster and radiant metallic element know how to let the sunlight show off the truck's unique curves. The paint also includes all the custom red pinstriping that was laid on top. It looks great on its own, and it also goes with the red 16-inch solid wheels with a smoothie center. And have you noticed the GMC on the tailgate is red with white to go with the wheels and whitewalls? It really goes to show how thoughtful the full package is. The real wood in the truck bed, LED tail lights, flush roll pan, and wide dual exhaust tips are all part of this detailed style that loves to be both vintage and modern.
The hints of red on the exterior return inside to give cool tuck and roll style inserts to the door and seat. But while that's what they did for classic street machines, you can tell the investments inside were really more about adding custom comfort and quality. Nice carpeting, smooth seat covers, newer weather-stripping, and doors that close with confidence get the fundamentals right. And there's an AM/FM/CD stereo for upgraded driving music. And this is a better driver's pickup with a Lokar floor shifter, wood-rimmed custom steering wheel, a tilt column, and a dash filled with bold blue SpeedHut readouts.
Under the hood, the motor has classic orange paint and cursive script valve covers for a vintage style. But make no mistake, this is a fully upgraded package. The 350 cubic-inch size was still a few years away when this was built, and this one has plenty more power thanks to an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, a two-inch spacer, an aluminum intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. There are also good supporting components, like an electric fan and an MSD distributor. And they built this pickup right with nice driving features like power steering and power brakes with front disc brakes. Plus, the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission means you get highway-friendly overdrive.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and restoration photos to really prove how much work it takes to get a truck looking this awesome. So if you appreciate the cool step-side pickup that was made to be a head-turning cruiser, you know this is an irresistible total package. Call today!!!
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