1971 GMC Sprint So you think you have seen one of these but don't
recognize the name? It's because you have! In 1971 General Motors
began creating the GMC Sprint which was their version of the
Chevrolet El Camino and by their version we mean the exact same
car. In fact this light duty pickup is identical to the El Camino
except for the emblems/nameplates. The chassis for both cars was
based on the Chevrolet Chevelle station wagon/sedan wheel base and
both have that same muscle car/truck appearance. This 1971 Sprint
is a very nice looking classic. The Burgundy paint pairs perfectly
with the Beige vinyl top and has that classic appearance. A rear
tonneau cover is in place and matches the vinyl top which gives the
car a really clean consistent look. The chrome bumpers have a nice
finish and all of the original style stainless trim is cleanly
mounted in place. Completing that muscle car look is the Cragar SS
wheels which sit nicely under each corner and are wrapped with
Mastercraft Avenger G/T tires. Under the hood is a 350 V8 engine
that runs well. Edelbrock valve covers are in place on each side
with a chrome Edelbrock air cleaner up top. The car is mostly
original and any of the original components that were replaced come
with the car. Backing up the motor is the original automatic
transmission which moves through the gears smoothly. Power brakes
are in place as well as air conditioning which make the car very
comfortable to drive. The interior of the car is a combination of
Beige and Black upholstery work. The split bench seat is
comfortable and has Black lap seat belts in place. A Grant GT
steering wheel sits in front of the driver as well as the column
shifter. The dash utilizes mostly original components except for
the added Panasonic AM/FM/CD player. The original gauges work
properly as do all of the original knobs/switches/controls, etc.
Start cruising in this classic Sprint today for $20,750.00!
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