The market for classic SUVs has been at an all-time high. Ahead of the market and every collector's dream vehicle is the GMC Jimmy and for good reason. You really can't go wrong with the GMC Jimmy, you get the genesis of American full-size SUVs, decent performance, and a design that's timeless, just look at this lovely 1973 GMC Jimmy we have today. With a reported 58,100 miles on the clock, this is one clean and original example that is waiting to be driven or looked at.
The GMC Jimmy never really became a household name until the introduction of the 2nd generation. This 1973 GMC Jimmy sports a green exterior with a white top that showcases the initial years of the 2nd generation design well. This vintage beauty sits on a set of aftermarket wheels which are finished off in white to match the top of the vehicle. With heavy and rough usage finding a Blazer with its interior intact is a very tough task. This 1973 GMC Jimmy is one very rare bird as its 2-tone green interior looks the same way it did when it rolled off the factory floors 49 years ago. The interior is reported to be original by the owner which sweetens the deal, all its factory components are present and in great condition, and even the factory GMC steering wheel is intact. Looking at the dashboard and you would notice the wood inserts blending in with the interior and sporting a “Custom GMC” badge, on closer inspection you would find an AM/FM radio for your tunes and even air conditioning to keep you chilled on a hot summer day.
With this 1973 GMC Jimmy, you don't just get the good looks and factory styling as underneath the hood lies a 350ci (5.7L V8) powertrain. The 350ci is renowned for being a reliable platform to tune and squeeze more power out of if the current performance doesn't fancy you. Power is sent to all four wheels of the vehicle through an automatic transmission with overdrive as well.
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