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1972 GMC Sierra Grande

This custom 1972 GMC Sierra Grande started life as an original 4x4 short-bed pickup and has undergone a 2-year, no-expense-spared, frame-off restoration. It is powered by a new factory GM crate LS3 engine and a new 4L65E 4-speed automatic transmission and a rebuilt NP205 transfer case with less than 200 test miles. It has been repainted in its original light yellow with white in base coat/clear coat. Both differentials have been completely rebuilt, and it has all-new brakes. The fuel system has been upgraded with a Rick's fuel tank featuring an in-bed filler cap. Nearly every part on this truck is new or rebuilt, although it retains almost all its original sheet metal. It has been upgraded with Dakota Digital gauges, Bluetooth radio, a Vintage Air system, Be Cool radiator and electric fans, front disc brakes, new wood bed and factory Rally wheels.

1974 Ford Bronco

This custom 1974 Ford Bronco 4x4 came from the northern Great Plains in Montana, where it lived a dry, rust-free life. A frame-off restoration was started in the early spring of 2021 and was just completed in the late summer of 2022. It is powered by a rebuilt 302/350hp V8 engine paired with a rebuilt C4 3-speed automatic transmission. The engine was built by the Engine Factory in Lebanon, NJ, with a Holley Sniper EFI and a CVF serpentine system. This Bronco was taken off the frame, the body and all metal were media-,blasted and the frame was powder-coated. It is powered by a rebuilt 302/350hp V8 engine paired with a rebuilt C4 3-speed automatic transmission, rides on a 3.5-inch WH suspension lift with Bilstein shocks, and has a rebuilt Dana 20 T-case mated with Advanced Adapters. The interior was soundproofed with KilMat throughout and has been fitted with new carpet, Corbeau heated and reclining seats, a Tuffy lock box, a 23-gallon M3 SS fuel tank and a 4-point color-matched roll bar with custom 3-point shoulder harness mounts. Sound comes from a Bluetooth Retrosound radio, a Kicker subwoofer/amp combo and two sets of speakers mounted in the rear quarter-panels. It is finished in PPG Green with Envy Pearl coat and features Painless wiring throughout, along with Dakota Digital gauges, an Ididit tilt steering column, JW Speaker 8700 LED headlights and billet accessories throughout to complete the look. This Bronco rides on custom color-matched 17-inch wheels with do-dish hubcaps and new BFG K02 tires.

1975 GMC Jimmy

This custom 1975 GMC Jimmy High Sierra 4x4 SUV has undergone a no-expense-spared 10-month restoration. It is powered by a FiTech fuel-injected rebuilt small-block Chevrolet 350ci engine backed by a 3-speed turbo automatic transmission. The engine has been ceramic-coated, and the frame and drivetrain has been restored. This vehicle includes all-new brakes, locking hubs, and tie rods and ends. It has a 4-inch Rough Country suspension lift riding on custom 17-inch steel wheels with restored factory hubcaps wrapped with new 35/12.5R17 Maxxis Razr M/T tires. The chassis is finished off with a new dual exhaust tied with MagnaFlow mufflers finished with polished stainless-steel tips. The body has been painted in PPG base coat/clear coat orange and white with OE-style moldings and trim, new bumpers and an NOS grille with factory Jimmy emblems. Nearly every part on this truck has been restored or replaced with new parts. The fully removable hardtop has been refinished with a color-matched Raptor liner, inside and out. The interior is trimmed with all-new carpet, door panels and custom-made interior rear quarter-panels and has Vintage Air and Nu Vintage gauges. The original seat frames have been media-blasted, refinished and upholstered with factory Highlander Orange plaid material and trimmed with OEM white vinyl. The OE-style factory center console matches the new black dash. The interior is fitted with a factory roll bar and has original seat belts throughout. The stereo is powered by and OE-style RetroSound Bluetooth radio.

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