614 E. Auto Center Dr.
It takes time, thoughtfulness, and plenty of money to create a truck this unique. So dig into all the details on this 1975 GMC High Sierra, including the custom paint, custom A/C interior, and fuel-injected V8. But don't admire too long, because you know this is a fleeting opportunity.
We really love the paint on this one. They could have gone for wild colors with a truck this custom, but instead they chose to give it a modern take on the classic style. Dark brown and a golden tan is the kind of two-tone you could have bought from GMC in the '70s, but they never did it as nice as this. Deep metallic elements, a bold orange dividing line, and an overall look that tells you they invested in excellence makes this truck command attention with its quality. And you still see this so well because there's less than 2,500 miles on the whole build. The paint is great, but it's the combination with bodywork that make this one look so fantastic. They paid close attention to getting the sheetmetal straight so light dances evenly across the whole body. It reveals a sleekness that's hidden in these square-jaw trucks. Adding to this smoothness are color-matched pieces like the tonneau cover and the bumpers. In fact, the rear bumper will have people talking, because the integrated taillights allow for the almost seamless custom tailgate. They finished this all off with plenty of sporty flair with the custom cowl fiberglass hood, hood pins, lowered suspension, notched side exhaust tips, and integrated rear spoiler. It's an overall look that tells you someone took a lot of time and care to create an award-worthy custom truck.
The interior is a full custom setup that's equal parts sporty and comfort. It starts with two leather bucket seats that have plenty of bolstering for all-day comfort. They both even power adjust to your ideal position. In-between is a custom-formed center console. This holds some great upgrades, including cup holders, air conditioning controls, and even vents for the A/C. Plus, there's power windows, cruise control, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with modern connections for USB and Bluetooth. The black and chrome steering wheel has a great grip and a classic style, which goes great with the upgrade to a full package of crisp Stewart Warner gauges.
Under the hood this one looks more like a Corvette than a pickup. That's because you're looking at fuel-injected LT1 power. This V8 upgrade also inhales deeper from the 58 mm BBK air intake, and it exhales with authority as Hedman long tube headers add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. But for those of you who really want to bring the thunder, there's a set of electronic cutouts for you to scare off the lesser street machines on demand. And while this is a powerful motor, the whole package reminds you again on how thoughtful the total build is. The V8 runs smooth, and it's nicely paired with a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. Plus, with power steering and front disc brakes, this is the classic pickup that's easy to show off everywhere.
You're looking at a fresh and full custom build of a true one-of-a-kind. So if you like to stand out in all the best ways, don't miss this GMC. Call today!!!
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