Distinct, custom, and an all-around attention grabbing presence – that's what attracted you to this 1954 GMC Panel Delivery Streetrod. But when you check out the craftsmanship, powerful big block V8, and luxury features of the A/C interior, you'll soon realize this is a cool and coordinated classic that has everything you could ever want.
Getting attention has never been difficult for these truck/van delivery machines, but the full custom paint and body of this one gives it an attitude that draws people in to see the full build. The high gloss black is a quality application. And fire that burns all the way down the profile is that kind of thing that makes this cool custom machine command your attention from the moment it comes into view. As you get closer, you see they chopped inches out of the roof to give this a sleek profile, and the adjustable air ride suspension allows this one to hug the ground on-demand. The deleted brightwork all around the vehicle gives it a modern look and really makes the stylish Weld wheels really stand out. There's awesome work with the custom logo up front, shaved door handles, sport mirrors, frenched license plate, integrated taillights, trailer hitch, and more. Have you seen the eagle that's leading the flames?
Inside, the custom presentation continues. After all, you could never get bucket seats with this much bolstering in the '50s, and these even have awesome flames in the stitching on both rows of leather seats. In fact, the flame-kissed theme is seen throughout the interior panels, and your custom flamed eagle logo is even on the dash. This one is built to be a great cruiser with a ton of great features, including an AM/FM/CD stereo, power windows, and air conditioning. The driver's seat power adjusts to the ideal position. The black and chrome steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you a good view of the full VDO gauge package, and all of your air ride controls are neatly integrated into the center console. There's plenty of room back there for bringing home the trophies, but also don't forget this van's practical side. It has all the right room to be the ideal tailgater.
Wherever you park, you're going to want to show off this big block motor. So the whole front end tilts forward on an electronic actuator to give this one the proper reveal it deserves. This is a 454 that you can tell is a full custom build by the smooth firewall and all the shining components. But more than just look great, this is a powerful V8 with a bored .030 over kit, oval ported heads, and mild 268 Comp Cam. Plus, there are more go-fast goodies, like a dual plenum air intake, Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and Hooker Competition headers that feed add power while feeding the glasspack-style dual exhaust. This one might sound wicked, but it was also built to be smooth. The same goes for the TH400 three-speed transmission. It's stout enough to handle all the power, and it's also easy for automatic cruising. This feeds a stout Ford 9-inch rear with limited slip differential. Plus, this has power steering, the front subframe borrowed from a Cadillac, and front disc brakes. So this custom can was meant to be a true driver.
Complete with build receipts, there's so much to go over on this one, that you'll need to call us for all the details. Of course, you already know that you probably won't find anything as unique or powerful as this ever again. So don't let this opportunity slip away. Call now!