Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present to you this GMC
Sierra! The GM Square Body has stood up to every test of time from
style to strength, power and value and this Sierra is no different.
Sporting a very nice red paint job this Sierra is holding on to
that classic style. You will notice this GMC is sitting low on some
original style chrome wheels by way of a Belltech drop kit on front
and rear is c-notched with a bumpstops. Around back you will find a
nearly mint bed that looks great, with no dents. Open up that door
and you will find a tidy interior with a nice maroon bench seat,
clean door panels and carpet and a very rare clean and not cracked
dash! Last and not least under the hood there is a 5.7L redone and
pulled from a 76 Corvette that has been bored 30 over (355), forged
pistons, with less than 1500 miles since done, according to the
owner. Putting that power to the ground is a 700r-4 automatic
transmission, with a 3.42 gear, which makes driving this long horn
a breeze. This GMC Sierra is a really cool southern truck that can
be used for so many things! If you want a daily driver or a weekend
cruiser, or maybe just a cool parts runner for your local shop look
no further this vehicle is the one! This vehicle features the
following options: ICE COLD air conditioning, AM/FM/CD Radio, Power
Brakes, Power Steering, and rally wheels.If you're looking for a
80s square body, done beautifully and done right, this is IT!
1989 GMC Sierra
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