Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present a 1971 GMC Sprint. The GMC
Sprint was a great way to get the look of an El Camino in a more
distinct and truck-ready badge. Not only are they a rarer sight
today, but also 1971 was the first year for the Sprint name. But it
is not just history that makes this one grab attention. Just like
the El Camino, the Sprint shares a lot of Chevelle DNA inside. The
seat, dash, carpeting, and door panels all benefit from having
comfortable car-like roots. And the presentation shows they
invested time and money to make this look clean and comfortable.
Under the hood is a V8. This 350 cubic-inch motor is a strong
runner. Backing up the motor is the original automatic transmission
which moves through the gears smoothly. Power brakes and power
steering are in place as well as air conditioning which make the
car very comfortable to drive. With approximately 39,800 miles
undocumented miles. It can be seen in greater detail including 100+
HD pictures and a HD video at
additional information please call our sales staff at (702)830-9215
or email us at [email protected] If you would like
to see it, come to our Las Vegas Showroom located at: 6580 S.
Lindell Road Suite 300 Las Vegas, NV 89118.
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