Since it's becoming harder to find General Motors Advance Design
pickups, getting a GMC version is a true discovery. Best of all,
this restored 1952 GMC 100 is a very vintage presentation that also
has a desirable five-window cab!
Take a real close look at this one. It has great two-tone champagne
and brown color combination. There was a solid investment in
restoring this truck, so they also added a nice metallic element to
the paints to give the smooth finish and extra radiance in the
sunshine. It's part of a total package that looks terrific while
remaining period-correct. For example, you still get the large and
distinctive GMC grille, but we bet it never shined this bright from
the factory. And the bumpers, trim, and GMC hubcaps all have a
quality polish to match. You see more of this classic yet upgraded
attitude in the truck bed that keeps the real-wood. But the
lumber's deep gloss lets you know this pickup has never seen a hard
day since restoration.
The interior adds a touch of flair to its working-class attitude.
The slick champagne metallic of the exterior returns on the door
tops and dash. Plus, you've got a nice custom bench seat with
stylish inserts. It's finished in leather and the door panels were
even done to match. So it's great to have the five-window cab that
lets in extra light to get a better look at this clean and
attractive setup. But even with these upgrades, you never lose that
vintage pickup feeling. It's a true classic atmosphere with the
large three-spoke steering wheel, factory gauges, durable rubber
floor mat, and even the classic GMC heater is there for
One of the reasons why you wanted a GMC in 1952 is because their
inline-six was even more powerful than the Loadmaster unit from
Chevy. Especially with this optional 248 cubic-inch unit. That
makes for an interesting conversation piece, and this stock-style
engine bay is certainly tidy enough to show off. You'll even love
the details, like the oil bath air cleaner and GMC-stamped head.
The motor fires up and runs like a well-respected and well-restored
truck should. This kind of classic engine has a fantastic old truck
exhaust note that chugs along like a freight train. For that added
touch of period-correct fun, the motor is mated to a three-speed
column shift manual transmission.
This GMC looks distinct, has a great shine, and loves to go out for
Sunday drives. It makes for that ideal vintage pickup total package
you don't want to let slip away. Call today!!!