This restored 1968 GMC short-bed truck is finished in Liquid Blue
Metallic base coat/clear coat and sits on 20-inch American Racing
Salt Flat wheels and fresh Firestone rubber. A custom removeable
Show Deck black ash wood bed floats above the factory steel bed,
and the custom houndstooth interior sports full door panels with a
painted dash to match the exterior. The interior features new
Classic Industries electronic gauges in a classic look, restored
factory tilt steering wheel, Bluetooth stereo, and Restomod Air on
a custom panel with Restomod Air billet Salt Flat vents painted and
matched to the Salt Flat American Racing wheels. This custom pickup
is powered by a rebuilt and improved 6.0-liter 8-cylinder LS engine
with Texas Speed camshaft, LS7 lifters, headers, new injectors and
pushrods, double valve springs, Holley classic front drive and fuel
rails, along with a Delmo speed adapter plate fitting up to a
classic air cleaner, keeping that small-block look with modern LS
power and reliability underneath. The engine is cooled by an
aluminum radiator with custom cover and is backed up by an
electronic GM 4L65E automatic transmission and freshly rebuilt rear
end with 3.43 gear ratio. This pickup features new dual exhaust
with 40 Series Flowmaster mufflers with turn-down behind the axle.
It sits on a full RideTech suspension with front and rear
coilovers, front tubular upper and lower A-arms, front sway bar and
CPP 4-wheel disc brakes with Hydroboost hydraulic stopping power.
It has been lowered with 2-1/2-inch drop spindles and 3-inch spring
in the front, while the rear has a 2-inch block with 4-inch spring
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