Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
While you can already tell this 1990 GMC Sierra 1500 has an awesome and upgraded custom exterior, you don't immediately see other great additions, like the custom interior and supercharged V8 power. So take some time to dig into all the details on one impressive total package.
This one looks custom from every angle. It starts with a full package that looks like they dipped the whole truck in burgundy. And from the high-gloss presentation, you know this truck as made to show off with pride. Even the front end has a full color-matched presentation with the pained billet grille, bumpers, and front spoiler. And yes, those painted headlight covers easily come off if you want to sacrifice style for vision at night. And speaking of night time, there's a full custom lighting kit, so you can draw extra attention at the evening's cruise-in. The cowl hood, full body kit, sport mirrors, rear window louvers, and flush-fitting hard tonneau give this pickup a sleek speed-machine look. And there's also sophisticated appearance here, too, with the custom airbrush package that you see like a breeze sweeping over ever side of this truck (it's especially nice on the smooth tailgate that also frames the GMC logo.) As a true modern machine, brightwork is kept to a minimum. That way elements like the dual exhaust tips and artful Billet Specialties polished wheels really stand out in this already very custom truck.
And because people are going to want to take a look inside, this one also has a terrific custom interior. The exterior burgundy returns to make this a uniform package, but now it's just an accent color to the supple tan. And the diamond pattern on the seats, door panels, and custom center console will make you wonder if they looked to a Bentley for inspiration. They really paid attention to detail. That's why little things like the seats belts match, and we know you'll love the full custom upholstered bed that's done to match. While this is done for show, this GMC also never loses its practical side. That's why you have great features like the power windows, power locks, cruise control, a fold-down cup holder console, factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and provisions for R134a air conditioning. There's even a TV mounted in the center console. You get an upgraded Grant sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and your gauges are easy to read thanks to a glowing Dakota Digital package.
With such an impressive look inside and out, it's only fitting that you can show off the engine bay, too. We dare you to find another component that can be polished in this tidy presentation. So while this is believed to the original motor, you can tell it's far from stock. The fuel-injected 5.7-liter V8 is a mainstay for stout power in these pickups. And it only gets better with a B&M 144 blower top. It inhales deeply with a cold air induction, and it exhales with added power thanks to Edelbrock headers. And because you want to show this one off everywhere, features like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, ABS, and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive makes this truck a terrific cruiser.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, owner's manual, and service manuals. This is an impressive total package where they sweated the details to create a show truck. So if you want to be memorable long after you drive away, call today!
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