This 1972 GMC C1500 Sierra Grande is a true classic pickup. With
its two-tone style, an attractive stock-style interior, and proper
V8 power, it's an intoxicating balance of workman vibes and true
GM had some great two-tone styles on their pickups. After all, it's
not just a white streak on the body against the green, but it's
also on the cab roof - the result is a truly layered look. Plus, we
love the way the full-length trim divides the colors and shows off
the well-fitting sheet metal. The overall appearance is far from
fancy, and that's exactly what a truck like this is supposed to be.
It has all the best vintage elements that we all love to see, and
it also makes sure to never lose that pickup usefulness that will
have you driving it every chance you get. And with the thick rubber
mat in the bed, this one wants to even do some chores, too.
There's plenty more green inside, and vintage lovers will enjoy the
fully detailed style. This one really has a feeling that turns back
the clock, right down to the working dome light and premium
western-style pattern on the door panels. We particularly like the
seat. It has the same embossed pattern as the doors, and there is a
clean/complete feeling that tells you this is a later investment.
The GMC steering wheel even has the classic textured grip, and it
gives you a clear view of the full gauge package. In fact, the only
modern addition you'll likely spot is the subtle upgrade to a
retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with cassette. So this classic
still gives you the best in driving music.
The engine bay has proper GM 350 cubic-inch V8 power. It has that
ideal classic look of the bold block radiating from within a dark
engine bay. And you know how hardy these are and how plentiful
upgrade availability is. So there's fun in tuning and tweaking on
this any weekend morning just to unlock all that extra power. And
in total, this one was built to be an enjoyable driver. That's why
you have power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and a classic
column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. There are also
modern cruising tires mounted on a sharp-looking set of iconic
Classic GMCs always have more distinction because we see them as
real trucks. So this pickup celebrates that legacy in all the best
ways. Call now!
1972 GMC 1500
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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