1954 marked a significant design change year for the GM light-duty
pickup line. The windshield; for the first time; was replaced by a
single piece of curved glass versus the divided windshields of
previous generations. The interior received updates to the
dashboard and the exterior saw several lighting updates.
This 1954 Indigo Blue GMC step-side pickup is a fantastic example of a truck that has been restored to its original beauty and provided additional enhancements to promote pleasure while driving. The truck runs on a Thrift Master 234 straight six engine with a two-barrel carburetor and is tied to a 3-speed manual transmission. The Indigo Blue exterior reflects amongst the impeccable brightwork; including chrome grill and hood rocket. The truck bed has been finished with an oak and chrome rails lending tremendous eye-appeal. The interior is in grey vinyl and is complimented by a light-blue dash and off-white steering wheel. One glance at this step-side truck and it's obvious that it is not only a great driver but a truly collectible piece.
Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is exempt and unknown if original.
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