This was my grandpa's truck, he bought it brand new in 1984 for $11,000. At age 12 I learned to drive on this truck. He died in 2001 so then my dad got it, and it sat in his driveway until last year when he gave it to me. I put $3,000 in to restoring it.
1978 GMC Sierra Classic 15 Stepside
Power Windows/Door Locks
450+hp Fuel Injected 383 Stroker, and 750R Auto Transmission
Have handily beaten Challenger SRT8's, BMW 335i's, Mustang GT's, and every rice burner that's ever tried.
I am currently working on this truck, when i'm done with it, it's going to be a wild custom, but am just starting work on it.
Very, very rare truck.
V8 Small Block 350, Holley Street Avenger 670cfm carb. Modular crome wheels, Hankook Ventus 275/60-15 tires, No cat converter just a Cherry Bomb Glasspack Muffler, Moroso Crome Oil Pan 300hp/315lbs tq
450+hp Fuel Injected 383 Stroker Small Block
750R Automatic Tranny
Deluxe Edition, A/C, power steering, tilt wheel, rally wheels, short bed.
K&N air filter, crome oil pan, custom engine paint, Holley Street Avenger 670cfm carb, modular wheels, Hankook Ventus 275/60-15 tires. Painted and detailed rear end, professional grade undercoating, Sunpro tach mounted on dash, 5% window tint all around, new speaker system, and always more to keep working on.
450+hp Fuel Injected 383 Stroker
750R Automatic Transmission
Simpson Racing 3.73 Gears and Rearend
Custom wheels and tires
Custom MagnaFlow exhaust by Atlas
1980 GMC Sierra front clip
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