This immaculate 1969 GMC Custom/10 Deluxe Pickup is available now
from the Maxmotive Pittsburgh Showroom. Freshly built in 2018, it
has only been driven approximately 5000 miles since. From top to
bottom, front to back, the truck simply sparkles. Striking yellow
exterior paint and a rich oak and stainless steel bed floor
highlight the outside, along with the correct Rallye wheels with
white letter radials. And inside, it's simply beautiful as well. A
new black vinyl bench seat contrasts with the yellow dash, and all
the gauges and trim pieces are as new. Take control with a
three-spoke Corvette steering wheel that looks right at home. Power
steering and power front disc brakes bring added comfort,
convenience, and safety. Plush deluxe GMC floor mats finish the
stock-themed-but-like-new cabin. Luxury amenities include air
conditioning by Vintage Air and an Autosound AM/FM/CD audio system
with USB player. With a beefed 350ci V8 mated to a Turbo 350
automatic transmission, it drives smoothly yet with authority. On
top, the time tested team of a Holley four barrel and an aluminum
Edelbrock intake work their magic. The engine is finished with
chrome valve covers and an open-element air cleaner, also from
Holley and Edelbrock, and the entire engine compartment is highly
detailed. Everything's either painted or polished. This 1969 GMC
Custom/10 Deluxe Pickup is a great looking truck with an extra
helping of driveability built in. See detailed photos at
1969 GMC Custom
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