In 1911 General Motors formed the General Motors Truck Company
which soon became known as GMC. GMC has manufactured millions of
units since then, but no assembly plant has ever produced a
'Wideside' pickup like this one. Our 1979 GMC Sierra brings unique
style and performance to the nameplate. It has been fully restored
and thoughtfully enhanced. Documentation of the build is furnished
as part of the sale. The body was professionally resprayed in
Tuxedo Black - a beautiful 2-stage finish. A custom hood and rear
roll pan were installed and 'Frenched' taillights were stylishly
integrated into the design. An A.R.E hydraulic deck lid is fitted
to the bed and a roll of bed floor mat material is included with
the sale. The new black vinyl custom interior is stunning. Features
include air conditioning, Navigation system, new GM 3-spoke tilt
wheel, digital gauges, power windows/locks, new dash pad, keyless
entry and custom center console w/AM/FM/CD stereo system.
Horsepower is furnished by a built 400ci V8. It is fitted with
FiTech fuel injection, tube headers, stainless exhaust and custom
serpentine belt system. Torque is delivered through a GM TH350
automatic to a RWD differential. The GMC sits on an air-ride
suspension system and the chassis is equipped with power steering
and Baer 4-wheel power disc brakes w/4-piston calipers and vented
rotors. Polished alloy wheels (20") mount Nitto Crosstek
performance radials. This outstanding GMC Sierra will likely sell
quickly. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1979 GMC Sierra
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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