For sale in our Atlanta showroom is a restored stunner, 1947 GMC 1/2 ton pickup. Recently off of a complete nut and bolt restoration, this pick-up was built spared at no expense. It shows, through a pick-up that's going to turn heads wherever you go. Powering this '47 pick-up for sale is a rebuilt 302 cubic inch GMC inline 6-cylinder engine. Plucked from a military vehicle and completely taken down and rebuilt, it sits in this pick-up with just 160 miles on the build. With a two barrel carburetor, mild cam, and a dual exhaust system that's music to your ears, you can tell that this 1947 GMC for sale was built right. Backing the beautiful inline six cylinder is a Saginaw 4-speed manual transmission. With nice and long throws, you're really taken back to yesteryear, with a feeling like you're driving a tiny semi. The new 3.31 geared rear end sets you up for a truck that makes for one nice cruiser. Performance aside, the exterior will make the crowd do a double-take. The exterior is a lovely two-tone paint scheme, consisting of a Hunter Ivy Green primary color, accented with Black fenders and running boards. With just enough chrome to make this truck appear classy, this truck has it all. The painted to match steel wheels are topped with polished GMC hubcaps and are wrapped in Firestone wide whitewall bias ply tires, making this truck a very elegant 40s throwback. The wood bed mixed with the earthy Green exterior gives the truck a natural and warm vibe. The interior is just as nice, with a mixture of Dark Burgundy and Gray interior pieces. The bench seat is simple and functional, while still maintaining a look that's so simple, it almost seems modern. Add in the Hurst shifter and you have a truck that's just as hot as it is cool. Options on this 1947 GMC longbed pick-up for sale, include: Hub caps, seat belts, vinyl interior, and white wall bias ply tires. Whether you're looking to show or go, this GMC is ready to roll! For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833 or e-mail us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com.