614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 GMC C1500 Sierra Grande is a true classic pickup. With its two-tone style, long-bed profile, plenty of wood-like trim (inside & out,) and proper V8 power, it's an intoxicating balance of workman vibes and true vintage charm.
GM had some great two-tone style on their pickups. After all, it's not just a white streak on the body against the blue, but also on the cab roof - the result is a truly layered look. Plus, we love the way this premium Sierra Grande has the extra space of the long bed to show off the vintage wood-like trim. The overall appearance is far from fancy, and that's exactly what a truck like this is supposed to be. It has all the best vintage elements that we all love to see, and it also makes sure to never lose that pickup usefulness that will have you driving it every chance you get. And with guards on the bed sides and a step bumper with trailer ball hook up, this one wants to even do some chores, too.
There's a sea of blue inside, and vintage lovers will enjoy how this has plenty more of the wood-like trim. In fact, this one really has a feeling that turns back the clock, right down to details like the working AM radio. Even with the classic presentation, you can tell there have been the right investments along the way, including the good headliner and the front seat was reupholstered using premium houndstooth cloth inserts. The GMC steering wheel that has the classic textured grip, and it gives you a clear view to the full gauge package. So the driving position feels like a commanding one.
The engine bay has proper GM 350 cubic-inch V8 power. It fires up readily as it inhales deeply from the four-barrel carburetor. This one was built to be an enjoyable driver. So you have power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission. There's also wide BF Goodrich T/As mounted on a sharp-looking set of iconic Rally wheels.
Classic GMCs always have more distinction because we see them as real trucks. So this pickup celebrates that legacy in all the best ways. Call today!!!
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