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For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom is this purple pavement eating machine, a 1968 GMC C1500. This classic truck has all the right modern features for making the long haul in comfort and style. Under the hood is a fuel injected LT1 5.7L, providing increased efficiency, easier starting, and smoother power delivery than old carbureted motors. This is backed up by the equally advanced 4L60E 4 speed automatic transmission. With the Ford 9" rear end housing 3:50 positrac gears, you are starting to understand why we say this truck is ready to pack on the miles. This isn't just any old Ford 9" stuck back there though. This rear end boasts Strange axles, and is set in an Art Morrison back half with a 9 Link suspension set up. We think it is fair to say that this rear end isn't going anywhere. Power front disc brakes bring you back down to a nice, safe, and short halt. The goodies don't stop on the outside though. In the cab, you will find Vintage Air A/C, Lokar gas pedal, brake pedal, e-brake pedal, and outside mirrors, an IDIDIT chrome steering column with Billet Specialties steering wheel, a Dakota Digital dash, and Alpine Stereo System. The saying goes that pictures are worth a thousand words, but they still can't give the whole story on this well built truck, and I don't have the room to tell it all here either. To get the full scoop on this sweet cruiser, and to view this vehicle in greater detail including HD pictures and videos, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1968 GMC C1500, email us at email@example.com or call 817-310-9400.
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