This 1973 GMC K2500 3/4 Ton 4x4 Restomod has been thoughtfully upgraded so you can enjoy it for both work and play. So look over all the details, including the fuel-injected V8 power, overdrive transmission, two-tone paint, lifted 4x4 stance, and comfy A/C interior that all prove that when you're large and in charge you can also be all-around appealing.
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right gloss that looks good in the sunshine. The full trim package provides a distinct dividing line for the two colors along the body while also reminding everyone this is a premium-level pickup. And speaking of the trim, the VIN decodes this as a GMC but you'll be hard-pressed to find anything that wasn't switched over to Chevrolet. Bright chrome bumpers, good sheet metal, and doors that shut flush give you quality fundamentals. But the way this one towers over others also immediately lets you know it wants to be a useful 4x4. And the side steps, a proper trailer hitch, and liner paint in the bed are all part of delivering serious substance within the stylishness.
Inside is a thoughtful presentation that continues the blue theme. There are good fundamentals with later investments in the carpeting, headliner, and a smooth dash pad. The bench seat is a custom setup with comfy contouring and classic-style stitching. There are additional comfort upgrades, like tinted windows and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. And this is a driver-focused machine with an upgraded billet steering wheel, a tilt column, and a Dakota Digital gauge package tastefully glowing in blue.
The engine bay has the unmistakable look of upgraded power. The engine cover proudly announces the modern Vortec powerhouse. This 5.3-liter fuel-injected V8 is related to the LS family, and so you have proper fuel-injected pickup power. The V8 was installed correctly with the right pieces, like an aluminum radiator with electric fans, an upgraded air intake, and a nice set of long tube headers. It fires up readily like a good FI machine should, and gives a sweet rumble to the dual exhaust. This is also a solid in-town driver with power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. And the fun doesn't end at the end of the street. You have a two-speed 4x4 transfer case, lift kit, and Toyo M/T Open Country tires that are all great for off-road work. There are even some nice details like newer driveshafts, newer U-joints, and upgraded shocks for a solid feel on or off the pavement.
This truck has been given the right investments for added style and added ability. So you're going to love it for both its stance and substance. Don't miss this 4x4, call today!