GMC and its lineup of trucks are built to last; the truck we have today is a testament to that statement. Sporting a fine mix of factory and aftermarket upgrades, this 1970 GMC 1500, present today with a reported 157,000 miles, is classic American motoring done in style.
GMC trucks from this era are quite a rare sight; it's common to see a Chevrolet come up for sale as either a factory restoration or hot rod, and that's what makes this 1970 GMC 1500 all that special. Looking at this truck, you would notice slight modifications to make it stand out; the gold exterior, for instance, is a color you would rarely see on a truck from this era, but it works exceptionally well in highlighting its 70s personality and looks. While chrome was all the fad back in the day, this truck sports just the right amount of chrome components, which are also in great shape. In terms of stance, this classic American truck has been lifted and sports a set of black warn wheels with locking hubs. The black interior of this 1970 GMC 1500 is a fine mix of factory and modifications to make it more modern. The black bench seats throw it back to the good old days, and once you get comfy, one would note the subtle modifications present. The upgraded GMC steering wheel grabs your attention; moving on, you will find an upgraded stereo for your tunes. Amongst the factory cluster, this truck sports an upgraded digital screen to monitor this truck's vital features. To top this, all of the current owner reports air conditioning as well.
Lifted looks and that classic GMC styling give off an aggressive appearance, but what about performance? Pop open the hood, and rest assured that the aggressive exterior styling is met with performance to match its looks. Powering this 1970 GMC 1500 is a gigantic 7.4L fuel-injected 454 V8 powertrain. This American powerhouse is reportedly equipped with a new battery to get rid of electrical gremlins, a power steering system to make it easy to drive, and an aftermarket dual exhaust to better hear that big old American V8 roar louder. Power is sent to all four wheels through an automatic transmission.
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