Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is happy to present this
tough looking 1972 GMC Jimmy. Yep, GMC, read on! This custom GMC
2WD looks cool with the red / black exterior and low stance. It was
featured on the History Channel show "Counting Cars", where Counts
Customs in Las Vegas put their touch on it, making sure it looked
great. The head painter Ryan Evans handled the pinstripes. Before
you Chevy guys go "Whoa - hold on, that's a Chevy man!", it is a
GMC vehicle by VIN, featuring some Chevrolet components such at
tailgate and interior trim. But that is what a custom is all about!
Keep em guessing as we say. It is titled as a GMC. The exterior
paint is quite nice as are the gaps, and the custom flames, trim
delete and pinstripes. The low-profile tires and custom wheels
really make it pop! The removeable hardtop is an added bonus, just
to make sure your hair gets messed up. The interior is very
spacious, with nice diamond pattern upholstery on the doors and
seating areas, along with the large console and generous storage
area. A tilt wheel makes room for most folks, and power steering,
power brakes and air conditioning - along with a nice sound system
make it comfortable and easy to drive. Pop the hood and you will
find a neat and tidy 383 Chevrolet connected to a 700R-4
transmission, complete with aftermarket air conditioning. It is
dressed to kill, and sound awesome! It's a sweet ride and 50's-70's
custom trucks are very popular these days. Get it before its gone.
This 1972 GMC Truck is for sale through our Fort Lauderdale
showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HDA
pictures and a HD video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com for more
information please call the showroom at 954-227-4202 or email us at
1972 GMC Jimmy
Exterior Color:Red/ Black
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