If you're going to look as mean as this 1998 GMC Sierra, you better have the power to back it up. That's why it's running a 400+ horsepower LS3, a six-speed, and all the right supporting upgrades. And not only is it powerful, but the adjustable air ride suspension means dial-in a show-ready stance on demand.
The blue paint has an electric level shine, especially from the radiance it gets from the metallic element. There's only about 3,300 miles on the full build, and so not only does the paint look fresh, but also the body panels give it a straight canvas to showcase it. Plus, the overall fit and finish love to add plenty of sleekness. The front end has a color-matched bumper and grille. And speaking of the grille, it's now a Chevy unit so that they could use the symmetrical design to give you those mean and bright billet slats end-to-end. The side showcases the shaved door handles, deleted trim, and sport mirrors. And in the rear, the tailgate and roll pan are butter-smooth. There's liner paint in the bed, but we doubt you'll be doing much hauling. After all, the center section has a custom insert to remind you the full suspension can be laid right to the ground. And they did it with such care that there's even a Chevy bow tie in the center. And this full custom truck also has a powerful style with the cowl hood, integrated side exhaust tips, and large 22-inch polished alloys that look like what Chevy would have done if the factory made a Corvette pickup.
Pop the key fob remote door openers to reveal a comfortable and loaded interior. The seats are a set of extra comfy buckets borrowed from a modern Impala. So you get long-haul car-like bolstering and easy power adjustments. You've also got all the right factory features like cruise control, power windows, power locks, and ice-cold R134a air conditioning. The comfort is also taken up another notch with custom elements like a cup holder center console that also houses your air ride controls. And your stereo is a modern touchscreen infotainment system that includes AM/FM/XM and Bluetooth. The sports steering wheel is on a tilt column, and that gives you a full view of the GlowShift readouts. And that large tach is particularly handy with the floor shifter.
There are plenty of investments inside and out on this pickup, but we bet your favorite is the one under the hood. This is a 6.2-liter fuel-injected LS3 motor that is said to have only about 16k miles on it. These produced well over 400 horsepower in cars like the fifth-gen Camaro and C6 Corvette, and so it should easily do the same in this well-prepared package. It even exhales with added power and authority as titanium headers feed the dual exhaust and Borla mufflers. You have full control over this awesome power package and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to this six-speed manual transmission. The suspension has also been upgraded to handle the power with McGaughy's two-inch drop spindles, DJM front control arms, and a tubular four-link rear. This is also good for the kind of travel for letting the full air ride suspension let those beautiful allows tuck into the body. And it's all built to cruise nicely thanks to power steering, the grip of modern sport tires, and four-wheel disc brakes with a Wilwood proportioning valve and drilled & slotted rotors.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and maintenance records. You know a custom and complete powerhouse pickup like this is going to find a new home soon. If you want it to be yours, call today!