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GMC Sierra Classic 305ci V8 1983

General description : Mileage : 80882
Interior Color : Black
Exterior Color : Black
VIN : 1GTDC14H6DF716760
Transmission Description : 4-speed Automatic
Doors : 2

Description : Gateway Classic Cars Houston Showroom is proud to present this clean 1983 GMC C1500 pickup. Being a part of the iconic 3rd generation (often referred to as the "square body" era), which Chevrolet first introduced in 1973, this is a well-preserved example! With this generation style of truck almost lasting almost two decades before introducing the fourth and final generation of this style of truck, its design has stood the test of time. This truck is powered by a 305 CID V8 which powers its 4-speed automatic transmission. If you only take a quick glance at this truck, you will miss the iconic paint scheme of the legendary racecar driver Dale Earnhart. Inside this truck you will find that the cloth bench seat has been replaced, along with a dash that is showing little to no wear. Other features on this truck include, A/C, AM/FM Radio, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Radial Tires, Seat Belts, and a Tilt Steering Wheel. So, whether it's for a cruiser or for work, this truck is ready to start its new chapter!

1983 GMC Sierra Classic 305ci V8 is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Houston by Gateway Classic Cars - Houston for $27000.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : GMC Model : Sierra Model Version : Classic 305ci V8 Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1983 Location : Houston Vehicle Registration : Undefined

27000 $

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Gateway Classic Cars - Houston

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About GMC
Did you ever mistake a Chevy pick up for GMC? No wonder as those have been virtually identical apart from the grill and logo since the 20's.
The difference is Chevrolet trucks were marketed towards private users, while GMC was intended for commercial use, so it's more about market segmentation than anything else.