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1986 GMC Sierra 3174 Miles Tangelo Pearl Pickup Truck 350 LT1 4 Speed Automatic

Make: GMC
Model: Sierra 1500
Type: Pickup Truck
Trim: --
Year: 1986
Mileage: 3,174
VIN: 1GTDC14H7GF725939
Color: Tan
Engine: 350 LT1
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1986 GMC Sierra 1500 -- Additional Info:

The affordable price on this 1986 GMC Sierra might make you think that the budget was blown on the super slick paint and bodywork. But take some time to go over the fully customized interior and fuel-injected Corvette V8, and soon you'll realize you can drive home the coolest total package around for less than you ever thought possible. Let's start with the paint that's instantly grabbing your attention. From a distance, it might just look like a bright take... on Chevy's iconic Hugger Orange, but then as it draws you in, you see something extra bold. It's a modern Tangelo Pearl with plenty of glossy clearcoat on top of this metallic/electric orange. This ultra-smooth paint makes all the custom work look amazing. The cowl hood is nicely integrated, the front bumper almost looks seamless, and the sides are butter-smooth with the elimination of the door handles. And this paint and customization combo is best in the rear where there was even more investment. The bed cover fits snugly into the design, and the roll pan has been fully integrated, including the taillights. And we love how the tailgate has been permanently integrated, so the sheetmetal now has an unbroken line that runs around the body from headlight to headlight. While the orange consumes nearly every inch of the exterior, there is room left for some good 'ol American-style brightwork. You see it on the full-width billet grille, crystal clear headlights, and large 20-inch alloys. When you pop the remote door openers, the world of custom upgrades resumes. The bold orange continues inside, but now it's an accent piece to the premium black interior. The luxury starts with the split seats that provide seating for three when you need it, and the center folds into a cup holder console when you want individualized comfort. And while this is a wild custom on the outside, you can eat away the miles with ease thanks to conveniences like cruise control, tilt steering column, power windows, and an AM/FM/CD stereo. Best of all, the air conditioning is running modern R134a, so you can stay as cool as you look behind the wheel. And speaking of the view from the driver's seat, the blue glow if the full Dakota Digital gauge panel is always a welcomed upgrade. Under the hood is upgraded fuel-injected power. This 1986 pickup is harnessing the power from a 1995 performance machine. It's a 350 cubic-inch LT1 V8, there's only about 28k miles on this motor. And more than just modern fuel-injected reliability, this muscular V8 gets a nice upgrade in power and rumble thanks to the Sanderson headers that feed the dual exhaust. Plus, no matter if it's a grocery run or a cruise-in night, you'll appreciate features like the power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of modern performance tires. The finishing touch is the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive that reminds you once again that this flashy pickup is also a great highway cruiser. Complete with the original bill of sale and the owner's manual, this is a true uniform build that has been heavily invested in to create a striking total package. But best of all, you don't have to heavily invest in it to take this truck home. Call today!!!