This 1987 GMC Sierra C1500 is the kind of build that left no stone unturned in the quest for a bold and powerful custom pickup. With its hot small block power, cool A/C interior, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and super-slick presentation, you're looking at a total package custom cruiser with an award-worthy sense of style.
We sell plenty of tough GM trucks at Streetside (and you can still find a few right now) but this one goes in a bit of a different direction. The .....
moment you lay eyes on the super-slick red paint applied to the crisp sheet metal, you know this one was built to really show off. The billet grille helps make a shining first impression that goes well with the mirror-like chrome bumper and clear headlights. But it also gives this truck some added aggression that's furthered by the cowl hood done with a silver racing stripe. So you can tell just from the face that this build is detailed, thoughtful, and impressive. The sides are free from trim and most badging so that the crisp lines of the body are the true star. And it also means you can't help but take even more time noticing the 20-inch US Mags alloys. The rear is often an afterthought on pickup, but they spent extra time on this one. A well-integrated rear spoiler, wide GF Racing exhaust tips, and a flush roll pan with integrated Euro-style tail lights prove just how impressive the total package is.
The interior is both about comfort and performance. It starts with a pair of gray cloth bucket seats that have the kind of modern bolstering for all-day comfort. Fresh carpeting, a smooth dash, billet accessories, and cold-blowing air conditioning make this a nice place to spend some time. But this one is also built to be a powerful driver. The Colorado Custom polished aluminum steering wheel, B&M floor shifter, AutoMeter readouts, and AiR tach are a nice reminder about this truck's power attitude.
The engine bay looks sharp with smooth color-matched inner walls, a color-matched engine block, and plenty of polished components. At the heart of it all is a well-built small block. This 350 cubic-inch V8 has been built with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a Holley high-rise intake, and Hedman ceramic-coated headers feeding the dual exhaust. You'll also spot good sporting components like an Optima red top battery, an MSD distributor, a serpentine belt system, upgraded pulleys, and an aluminum radiator with electric fans. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit that can handle the power, and it also offers nice overdrive cruising. This dual sporty and useful nature can also be seen with the power steering, upgraded QA1 rear coilovers, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
This custom GMC is an all-around stunner. So if you like taking your classic anywhere and turning heads everywhere, you know this is your truck. Call today!!!