1981 GMC C1500 is a custom truck. This truck at one time was a one
off show truck. Someone had untold amounts of money in this truck.
It is being sold as a roller but it had a 468 BBC with a 871 blower
and two 1050 dominator carburetors with air conditioning setup on
it. All of the body has been shaved and the body work is lazer
straight. Even the hole cut for the blower to stick out is flanged
upwards. There are a few dings here and there mostly on the
tailgate. Other than that the body is super straight. This is
beyond a great starting point with this truck. It has been back
halved and axle narrowed ladder bar set up. It has 33/22.50/15
Mickey Thompson drag radials on weld prostar 15x15 rear wheels and
all new stainless exhaust and mufflers. The frame is painted and
has all steel braided fuel hoses, MSD box, holder for the fuel
pump, and the biggest fuel cell the current owner has ever seen
under the bed cover. The bed cover lifts and stays up with lifters
like a hood. The back half work and inner larger fender wells in
the bed are second to none. the engine bay is the same way. It has
custom made inner fender wells, firewall, and header panel. There
is a huge radiator with 2 electric fans, aftermarket billet power
steering pump as well as billet reservoir and catch cans, chrme
master cylinder, chrome brake reservoir cover, and dual fuel
pressure gauges. Everything was very professionally done. The
factory air conditioning box and all are still on the truck. The
interior is all missing except fir a steering whell with a painted
column, bilet pedals, and billet shifter as well. Also, the cab,
doors, and inner doors have been sound dampened. the truck ran 3
batteries in th back and has a hydraulic pump in the bed that with
the flip of a swith raises the front end about 3'. Someone started
to sand the passenger side rear quarter for paint. This was not
damage that was repaired. It is simply where someone used a DA on
the truck. This truck has power windows.
1981 Chevrolet C10
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