800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1984 GMC Sierra has the good look of a true classic. And as you dig deeper, you see that it has all the features you want, including V8 power and a loaded A/C interior. So when you can get vintage and practical in one truck, you know it's an attractive total package.
This GMC has received the right care and attention in its lifetime, but nothing takes away from the factory look. That's why the gold paint stays close to the factory shade of Desert Sand, and upgrades like the dual exhaust tip are subtle. The real stars here are the well-creased body lines and bright chrome bumpers. It's what that made this generation Sierra a true legend, and it really is nicely on display here. Plus, this still is ready to get to work with liner paint in the bed, wide trailing mirrors, and a proper trailer hitch with wiring plug.
The classic feeling continues inside with a well maintained and loaded interior. Tan is a nice factory-correct color, especially since we usually see these trucks with darker interiors. It has all the right features you want, like power windows, power locks, and even the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. The dual-spoke steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you a nice view to the factory gauges. There are a few well-placed upgrades, like the cup holders and a new air conditioning compressor that's blowing cold with modern R134a.
With a truck this honest so far it's great to see a proper 350 cubic-inch V8 with four-barrel carburetor under the hood. While it looks correct, it's a crate motor professional installed later in life at a GM dealer. You really can understand the quality by the way truck fires up more eagerly then motivational speaker on his third cup of coffee. It's a strong-running package that gives you confidence to enjoy this classic. Plus, it has the right easy driving features, like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes with discs up front.
GMCs are all about professional-grade pickups, and this classic Sierra proves that sturdy reputation with its steadfast operation. Call now!
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