Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1954 GMC 100 pickup has all the right looks for a cool vintage truck. The Advanced Design style has matured into an old-school tough Americana attitude that you can appreciate on the rarer GMC body. And as you look over the full package, there\'s a ton of authenticity with just the right cruiser upgrades.
This GMC provides a real lesson in honesty. Over the years, plenty of classic trucks have been filled with more features than the factory ever intended. Instead, this one just loves to showcase the best in vintage distinction. You have a bed-mounted spare and plenty of real lumber on the bed floor. Plus, the GMC grille puts a distinctive but correct face forward. The red and cream two-tone has a nice gloss to showcase the curvy fender style, but it\'s never too showy. In fact, the largest piece of flair is the set of upgraded smoothie wheel covers. It gives this added polish and you also add some nice new wide tires to make this a more ideal cruiser.
The interior is clean, bright, and very vintage that\'s all part of the classic truck appeal. The two-tone continues with the cream door panels, red steering wheel, and the two colors intertwined on the dash. Everything from the vent windows to the feeling of the column shifter has the right old-school style. But the full carpeting and velour bench seat add the right comfort without taking away from the classic atmosphere.
Under the hood, the 248 cubic-inch straight-six motor looks honest and complete. You\'ll spot some worthwhile driving upgrades, like an alternator, And the way this motor fires up confirms good care. The engine still produces the kind of torque that made these an industrial legend, and the three-on-the-tree manual transmission is always great for flexibility. And the exhaust splits for a nice sounding dual pipe setup.
This truck has an appeal that goes well beyond old-school pride. So you love a solid classic that\'s also a cruiser, don\'t let this two-tone GMC slip away. Call today!!!
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