1951 GMC Woody
Why This Car Is Special
If you ever had a love for Woody Wagons, then we have just the one
for you here at Skyway Classics, a 1951 GMC Woody Wagon. It sure
turns heads and elicits a lot of smiles at the cars shows and
cruises, and you are sure to be the only one like it there.
Pop the hood and you will quickly realize that this Woody is far
from stock as it rides on a much updated suspension featuring coil
overs and much more and also a Corvette LT1 engine with tube
headers, ram air open air cleaner system, HEI type electronics,
performance pluming and air conditioning.
It rides on brown painted wheels with chrome caps and trim rings
and big blackwall tires.
The interior is a work of vintage art with its brown front bench
and rear seat, original dash, gauges, steering wheel and
instruments, radio, black carpet wood work beyond nice, and
two-tone door panels.
Open the rear doors and see the wood floorboards, door panels, and
inner fender wells along with the custom speakers in the rear cargo
It is painted in a super tan paint highlighting the stylish body
lines with the gorgeous woody side panels attracting so much of
The original hood emblem spear sits up front with the iconic 1952
GMC grill, original side view mirrors, original running boards, tan
canvas over the slatted roof, and chrome bumpers.
The 1951 GMC Woody Wagon we have here at Skyway Classics is a
high-dollar restoration and build on a performance chassis with a
performance engine to give you a classic Woody Wagon with modern
day handling and acceleration, as well as a comfortable ride.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
Information found on the website is presented as given to us by the
owner of the car, whether on consignment or from the owner we
bought it from. Some Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and
other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is
deemed reliable, but Skyway Classics does not warranty or guarantee
this information. Skyway Classics is not responsible for
information that may incorrect or a publishing error. The decision
to purchase should be based solely on the buyers personal
inspection of the vehicle or by a professional inspection service
prior to offer or purchase being made.