Rare Classic 1954 GMC 100 ½ ton, Amazing condition inside out. Number matching car.
Collector pay attention classic values will only keep rising here is your opportunity to own your own rare classic.
The design of GMC 1954 step side pickups was short-lived, making surviving examples such as this GMC 100-series very rare, and the optional extras and period-correct modifications found on this frame-off, nut-and-bolt restored, add significantly to its unique nature. It's glass-smooth, deep Midnight Blue paint and carries chrome, including the extremely hard-to-find chrome grille trim surround, tire and wheels. The midnight Blue interior with red accent to finish this classic GMC 100 in-dash aftermarket tach with a floor-mount shifter. Clear finish applied to wood in bed with painted bolts and add great charm to the overall appearance.
Highlights: Clean title and car fax.
248 CI straight 6 completely restored
New B F Goodrich tires and custom rims
4-speed manual transmission on the floor
single exhaust tailpipe
12 volt system
Midnight blue on Midnight blue with red accent interior
7" Car DVD CD MP3 Player Touch Screen Stereo Radio
Frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration
The 1954 GMC line of trucks models featured several improvements over the previous model year, including a new one-piece windshield and a color-coordinated interior.
The 1954 GMC 1/2-ton Series 100 came with the 116-inch wheelbase.
The engine for GMC trucks was an overhead-valve in-line six-cylinder displacing 248.5 cubic inches (4.1 liters), with a cast-iron block, a bore diameter of 3.718 inches and a stroke length of 3.08 inches. The engine had a power rating of 125 horsepower, an increase over that of the previous year. It featured hydraulic valve lifters and a single-barrel carburetor.
The standard transmission speed synchro-mesh unit with a floor-mounted gear shifter. A four-speed manual transmission. Half-ton trucks used a semi-floating rear axle design, electric windshield wipers, heavy-duty rear springs, heavy-duty radiator, heavy-duty generator and tinted glass. Chrome grilles and bumper
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