This 1991 GMC Jimmy 4x4 is an instant classic that has no full-size
equal on today's market. And because this is the final year of its
generation, it comes with great modern features like fuel injection
and an overdrive transmission. But it never loses the removable
fiberglass roof that has made these sought-after icons.
The big wheels and tall stance is the definition of outdoor
elegance on the big GMC's squared-off bodywork. Given the
capabilities of these trucks, it wouldn't be surprising if this one
lived most of its life off-road, but the way the panels look on
this really tells you it has seen far less action. The clean Summit
White was given a respray later in life. It has a nice gloss that
looks good against the chrome bumpers and rally wheels. And we like
the detail, like the deeply tinted windows and the unique front end
that was only part of these later years. Nothing here gets so fancy
that you'll forget that the "U" in SUV stands for Utility. The wide
towing mirrors and a proper trailer hitch are perfect for
everything from getting to work with your trailer to launching your
The tan interior looks distinctive against the exterior white, and
as you look through the full package, you're going to discover
terrific factory features and upgrades. You get high-back front
bucket seats with a center console in-between. This has handy
features like a tilt steering column, a power rear window, cruise
control, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo featuring Bluetooth and
powered subwoofers. There are even provisions for R134a air
conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) The floor
mats look cool with a touch of diamond plate style that goes well
with the rugged diamond plating on the rear panels. Best of all, on
the right sunny day, you can remove a few bolts and have a complete
open rear section for a very cool convertible pickup.
Under the hood is the hardy 305 cubic-inch V8 with desirable
factory fuel injection. Plus, the electronic locking front hubs and
two-speed transfer case remind you that it's a true off-road
machine. You even have upgraded shocks and BF Goodrich All-Terrain
T/As. But as much as this all sounds like a great way to drive
through the dirt, the power steering, power brakes, front discs,
and a Positraction rear end make this a pleasant 4x4 for all
occasions. In fact, the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission
with overdrive was rebuilt only about 300 miles ago.
The sale comes complete with maintenance records. 1991 was the
final year of this generation, and so it was one of the few times
you had the desirable removable rear roof combined with practical
features like a fuel-injected V8. That's what makes this Jimmy 4x4
irresistible. Call today!!!
1991 GMC Jimmy
Exterior Color:Summit White
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