1954 GMC-100 Deluxe Cab Resto-Mod Pickup
Here we have a completely restored 1954 GMC-100 5-window ½-ton resto-mod pickup. The features include: 5.3 ltr. Vortec fuel injected V-8 engine, 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission, FAT MAN stage-III chassis with a 4-link 9-inch Ford rear axle with 3:90 gears, QA1 adjustable coil over shocks, power rack and pinion steering, power disc brakes, Dakota Digital cruise control, Old Air products heat and A/C, Speedhut/GMC logo custom analog gauges, Ididit chrome tilt steering column, Lokar pedal assembly, Rock Valley under bed stainless fuel tank, Pioneer stereo, Cragar aluminum wheels, LED integrated tail lights, electric wipers, and custom bed floor with stainless rails. The best part about this beautiful 54 GMC is the ride and drive.
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