This 1991 GMC 1500 Sierra represents a well-preserved example of the new class of classic trucks. So you get one of the most iconic looks from a streamlined era, and at the same time, there's the conveniences you love of having a fuel-injected V8 pickup.
This truck has the crisp sheetmetal of a vehicle that has led a well-respected life. The red makes a bold first impression, and the metallic element really is going to make sure it radiates in the sunshine. This is a premium SLE example, and it looks the part with the chrome bumpers, full trim, and 15-inch wheels are shining nicely against the red paint. While this has the look of a premium pickup, don't forget it's still a true pickup. There's a thick rubber mat protecting the bed, and there's a proper trailer hitch to get the big jobs done.
The interior continues the full red attitude and reminds you why it's great to have a young classic. For example, you still get the classic bench seat, but now it has a comfy velour and nice bolstering for added comfort. These GMCs even had a driver's armrest to really give you an individualized feel. It's loaded with great features, like power windows, power locks, the factory two-piece AM/FM/cassette stereo, and factory air conditioning (will need servicing to function correctly.) There are even nice additions, like newer carpeting and a cover for the clean dash. GMC's grippy factory wheel is on a tilt column, and that gives you a full view to the factory gauges with large speedo and handy tach.
The highly stock and well-done presentation continues under the hood. GM's 5.7-liter V8 is one of the best motors for both power and durability, and so it only gets better on a fuel-injected example like this modern classic. It has a very original look, right down to the decals. But as you dig deeper, you can also recognize the signs of the right maintenance, including newer belts and hoses. This good care is reflected in the way the V8 fires up nicely and runs strong. The four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive makes this a great truck for near or far. The same goes for nice features like the power steering, Cooper Cobra tires, and power brakes with discs up front.
This truck doesn't look or feel like it has nearly three decades under its belt. But that does mean this well-preserved pickup is just about ready for classic insurance and plates in many places. So it's a true vintage machine with all the features you want. Call today!!!