This 1979 GMC C15 has a cool lowered long bed patina cruiser style. And if you're looking to chill truly, there's the comfy A/C interior. It all makes for a fun classic pickup offered for a terrific price.
The two-tone green and white are aging into what looks like a genuine patina, and on today's classic trucks, that makes it worth its weight in tarnished gold. This GMC has all the correct classic details with the rally wheels, step bumper with tow ball and premium Sierra Grande trim separating the two-tone. But the lowered stance also has you thinking about more than just a vintage attitude. There's potential here for everything from a rat rod to a patina restomod.
No matter your plans for the GMC, you will appreciate the journey thanks to the comfy interior. The rubber floor, steel roof, and dual-spoke steering wheel all give the right classic truck vibe, but you also know GMC never gave you such a comprehensive two-tone interior that also happened to coordinate with the exterior. And the newer cloth seat cover is especially comfortable. You have sought-after upgrades like an AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth, upgraded speakers, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is GM's classic straight six. We all know some wicked big blocks fit under there for a nice power pickup upgrade, or maybe you just cut off some of the exhaust to give you a nice rat rod rumble. But before you dream about altering this setup, appreciate what you already have. The inline-six has an inherent smoothness that continues with this well-kept example. There's also power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission. It just feels like an easy cruiser, no matter if it's a lumber run or a Sunday coffee run.
Complete with the owner's manual, this GMC has a lot of appeal for a cool A/C cruiser on day one, and you know it's ready for your personal touch right after you take it home. Call now!