1987 GMC Jimmy Siloam Springs, AR - Motortopia
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1987 GMC Jimmy Siloam Springs, AR


  • 5.3L Chevy LS engine
  • Camaro intake and oil pan
  • MSD LS Atomic injection
  • Eddie Motorsports S-Drive system
  • Hooker Headers ceramic titanium-coated exhaust manifolds
  • Flowmaster stainless exhaust with HP2 mufflers all built by Gary Angel of Street Driven Customs
  • Lokar Midnight Series dipsticks and throttle cables
  • Custom “GMC” coil covers by Mike Losh and Gary Angel
  • Engine paint, assembly, detail work by Gary and Tom Angel
  • Flex-a-lite custom-built aluminum radiator and dual fans
  • K&N air filter
  • Royal Purple oil and fluids
  • Fesler Built engine bolts and detail pieces
  • Stainless fuel cell supplied by Arte Busche Designs and built by Spencer Johnson
  • Tanks, Inc. fuel pump and sending unit
  • 4l60E transmission painted and detailed by Gary Angel
  • Painless Performance Products Perfect Torc transmission controller and 18-circuit wiring harness installed by Brock Payton, Tom and Gary Angel and Stephen Wright
  • Specialty Power Windows remote-mount windshield wiper kit and power window wiring
  • Miscellaneous wiring accessories and junction blocks from Darvex.com and Stinger
  • Classic Performance Products two-piece driveshaft
  • Chevy 12-bolt rearend narrowed a total of 5 inches by Charles Mayhew of Mayhew Race Cars
  • Moser axles and 4.11:1 gears
  • Auburn posi differential


  • Scott’s Hotrods Super Slam IFS welded in the completely smoothed/boxed and modified front stock frame horns
  • Scott’s Hotrods front torsion-style sway bar
  • Classic Performance Products power rack-and-pinion, SOS dropped spindles and big brake kit with cross-drilled and slotted rotors on all four corners
  • Scott’s Hotrods under dash brake booster
  • Firewall back custom 4×2 frame built by Mike Losh and Chip Fredrick
  • Scotts Hotrods Super Slam rear 4-link with pan hard bar and modified ’bag mounts
  • QA1 billet adjustable Street Star shocks
  • Energy Suspension bushings all the way around
  • Complete Chassis bodywork and paint by GaryAngel of Street Driven Customs
  • AccuAir air management system
  • Lowrider Depot twin aluminum 5-gallon tanks
  • Viair dual 480 compressors


  • 22×8.5 and 22×10 Budnik one-off custom billet 22-inch wheels designed to look like a “square peg” by Alan and Sheila Budnik
  • 255/30R22 and 285/35R22 Atturo AZ800 tires


  • 1978 Chevrolet Blazer front clip with replacement grille from Classic Parts of America
  • BASF paint to resemble ’60s VW Turquoise, Glasurit primer and clear products
  • Bodywork, paint, wet sanding and buffing by Kyle of Laid Back Recreations
  • Delta Lights HID headlights
  • Dakota Digital LED taillights
  • LMC Truck parts, glass, power window motors, tailgate band and miscellaneous bright work
  • Classic Parts of America bumpers, glass, side moldings, latches and miscellaneous pieces
  • Precision Restoration supplied all rubber parts including windshield gaskets, door rubbers, bumpers and top gaskets
  • Slosh Tubz custom inner fenders in engine compartment
  • Bead-rolled firewall, under-hood panel, side panels, core support and radiator shroud panels by Gary Angel of Street Driven Customs
  • Sisco Scissors aluminum hood hinges by Sisco’s Fabrication
  • CoverKing matching plaid car cover


  • Shop: Stitch Rod and Trim owned by Chuck Bench
  • 1962 Chevy truck dash by Mike Losh and Chip Fredrick
  • Custom center console
  • 2009 Accord coupe front bucket seats modified with Katzkin leather covers with plaid inserts
  • Rod Doors door panels highly modified by Chuck Bench
  • Dakota Digital VHX gauges and AC control unit
  • Ididit chrome tilt column and firewall mount
  • Budnik Stratos steering wheel with custom- stitched grip by Chuck Bench
  • ACC gross point carpet installed by James Carter of Bitchin Stitchin
  • Clayton Machine Works gas pedal, brake pedal and AC vents
  • Vintage Air Magnum AC unit
  • Bed Wood and Parts, custom rear subfloor with canary wood and beautiful inlays
  • Wood finished, wet sanded and buffed to perfection by Gary Angel of Street Driven Customs
  • Lizard skin from Street Driven Customs applied by Laid Back Recreations
  • Stinger Roadkill sound deadener
  • Kicker PXiRCX iPod remote control unit used in lieu of head unit, IX 500.4 amp, IX 500.2 amp, crossover, 6-inch component speakers and 10-inch subs
  • Custom boxes built and system installed by Brock Payton
  • Kinetik HC1800 BLU