1965 GMC Series 1000 half-ton pickup DGT965A VIN 1001PF31965A
Street rod that was built from the frame up approximately 10 years
ago and has been with the owner since 2014. Power comes from a
Supercharged 454ci big-block Chevrolet V8 topped with a chrome
Roots blower and 4-barrel carburetor. Turbo 350 3-speed automatic
transmission andmodifications include a custom front and rear end,
battery relocation. Refurbished interior. Equipment includes an
AM/FM/CD stereo. Heat and air conditioning, an anti-theft battery
shutoff switch, and more. Finished in yellow with chrome accentsand
hardware, the truck has been fitted with aStepsidebed sourced from
a 1990's era model. The bed has been retrofitted with wooden slats
and stainless hardware,and a set of square dual exhaust tips
protrudefrom the rear. Power steering and power brakes are equipped
to handle a set of black-walltires over aftermarket 6-spoke
aluminumwheels. We did find rust bubbles on one door and crack in
the paint on the left rear of the cab. A couple paint chips
otherwise the paint is very nice. The suspension sits lower than it
came from the factory after being updated with a Camaro front end
and Chevrolet Nova parts in the rear.I like the looks of it. The
interior is trimmed throughout in gray and black, withcloth
upholstery over the split bench,a built-in center console, a black
vinyl dash and door panels, and black carpeting. Equipment includes
manually cranked windows, Instrumentation can be found behind the
aftermarket 3-spoke steering wheel and consists of a complete
Stewart Warner gauge set including a 160-mph speedometer,
tachometer, and additional dials for fuel level, battery voltage,
coolant temperature and oil pressure. The odometer is reported to
show 6,970 miles, which is reported to bethe mileage driven since
completion of the build. The engine bay is finished in
body-matching yellow. A photo collage of the build process along
with a catalog of parts used will be included.
1965 GMC 1000
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