CUSTOM 383 STROKER, AUTO, LED LIGHTS, SHAVED DOORS, FUN, CLEAN, GREAT SOUND!
This 1985 GMC S15 is more than just a little truck with some major power. It is the ultimate sleeper with some cool touches when you want to show the world you're worthy of the street, and dragstrip.
For starters, yes this is a GMC. The more mainstream Chevy front end is all part of the incognito image that this pickup uses to lure unsuspecting muscle cars at every stoplight. At first glance people might just see a nice clean truck whose cherry red paint and five-star Pacer wheels says the owner is someone who cares about his vehicle. But anyone who takes a closer look will start to get the sneaking suspicion that there is something much more to this GMC. These subtle giveaways are in the details, like the shaved door handles with remote door poppers, and the crystal clear lenses all the way around. Just in case you don't want to secretly lurk in the night, flip a switch, and you have custom LED lighting for inside the bed, wheel wells, as well as underneath the truck. You even get a second prostock hood to swap out anytime you want to hit the dragstrip.
The interior instantly gives away this truck's wild side. The vinyl bucket seats have been given a custom cover to match the exterior, and in between those chairs appears to be enough toggle switches to launch this pickup to the moon. The driver gets a B&M performance shifter for the automatic transmission, a spare set of tri-gauges, and a huge Autogauge shift light center tachometer for those times you want to expertly bang your own way through the gears (starting to see the big performance trend here?) Everyone can enjoy heat/defrost and an AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo, but this pickup is really about rolling the windows down and listening to the monster exhaust.
This S15 might look like a sleeper but it's hard to hide the mighty sound it makes. Underneath the hood is a small block V8 that's a big block's worst nightmare. It starts with a performance air cleaner, a big Edelbrock 750 cfm 4-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and MSD ignition. This feeds a 383 cubic-inch stroker motor, and all the upgrades to this crate engine has the little GMC producing around 540 hp. Just to make sure all this force can hook up on any blacktop, the truck has a stout 10-bolt Positraction rear end running 3.32 gears. The rear has also been beefed up with traction bars. Of course you've probably already noticed the last major piece to this grip puzzle. The Nitto Extreme Drag tires live up to their name by sticking to the ground like super glue, and yet they still have enough tread to be street legal. In fact, that's the perfect way to look at this pickup. It's an extreme drag machine, but it still has features like power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and an automatic transmission. That means you don't have to just trailer this one to the strip, and instead you can easily spend your Saturday nights cruising the streets for prey.
Here's a little pickup that's not for the faint of heart. It's time to be the king at the strip and the stoplight. Call now!!
- AM/FM Radio
- CD Player
- Remote Door Openers
- iPod Compatible
- Tilt Wheel
- Vinyl Interior
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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