1964 GMC Street Rod
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RM Sotheby's - Spring Carlisle
27th Apr 2012
1964 GMC Street Rod
The custom build on offer began from the frame up with the 1964 chassis painted in silver metallic and fitted with a modified suspension, including a two-inch drop in height, custom-made ladder-bar and leaf rear spring. The engine is a new 383-cid Stroker kit that develops 500 horsepower, assisted by 202 aluminum heads, a Victor Jr. air gap intake, Holley 750-cfm carburetor, MSD computer box and ignition, along with headers and a three-inch Flowmaster exhaust system with stainless steel tips. The transmission is a new Turbo-HydraMatic 350 that is built to withstand 600 horsepower and has a tall-shift Street Rod automatic shifter. The truck is also fitted with a new positraction rear end, four-wheel disc brakes, KYB gas shocks and 16-inch Boyd wheels. The body is finished in Flame Red and is original with only two minor repairs. The front bumper and grille is original along with the tinted glass. The pickup has new side moldings, new rubber throughout and a new oak bed with a stainless steel kit. The interior is finely finished with red paint, black seats, carpet and door panels with white tuck and roll inserts. The majority of the gauges are original, with a new tachometer and oil pressure gauge.
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