Gateway Classic Cars Houston showroom is pleased to present this
bright red 1950 GMC pickup. This all-steel truck has been turned
into a very cool driver, ready for any cruise you want to take it
on. A 350 CID V8 provides the power to its GM TH350 3-speed
automatic transmission. The 350 has an Edelbrock top end, with a
Performer RPM aluminum intake and Edelbrock 4BBL carb, and it sends
the exhaust through coated cast iron exhaust manifolds into its
true dual setup. While the cast iron manifolds don't breathe quite
as freely as large primary headers would, they do keep the sound
levels down a bit, allowing for easy conversation in the cab. Some
recent additions include a new custom fit BeCool aluminum radiator,
electric fan, serpentine belt accessory drive system, new fuel tank
and lines, AM/FM/CD radio with Bluetooth and handsfree mic, and
chrome plated air shocks in the rear to assist with leveling things
out when the bed is full. Of course, with such attractive wood in
that bed, you're probably not going to be hauling too much heavy
stuff without putting in a protective covering in there first!
Inside, the button tufted synthetic leather adds to the vintage
look and is nicely complemented by the more modern look of the
billet aluminum gauge surround. AutoMeter gauges give the operator
feedback on the important stuff. A set of classic Cragar 5-spoke
aluminum mags give this truck a sportier look than the original
"steelies", and its Goodyear radials improve the ride considerably.
Power brakes, power steering, power windows, cold A/C, and tilt
steering wheel improve the overall driving experience. This is a
great ride for someone looking for something a little different
than the rest, so grab it before someone beats you to it!
1950 GMC Pickup
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