It only takes a quick glance to understand that this 1992 GMC 1500 is a custom machine

So that already makes it alluring at this affordable price. Plus, with good fundamentals and a fuel-injected V8 under the skin, this bold-looking pickup is also a practical choice.

The two-tone instantly grabs your attention. It takes a timelessly attractive white and pairs it with a metallic silver laid on the top half. To give this a distinctive dividing line, there’s full-length flames running down the side. They have a terrific tarnished brass style that mixes an almost textured look and a metallic glow. It’s even outlined in neon green pinstripes so you can’t miss them. It makes for a sleek and sporty style that continues in the upgraded details like the color-matched front bumper, bright grille, cowl hood, sport mirror caps, tinted taillights, and flush rear roll pan. And the aerodynamic hard tonneau also helps seal out the elements, and that makes way for a fully carpeted truck bed. And of course, the 20-inch Boss wheels on the lowered suspension give this custom truck the right shine and stance.

While the exterior is wild, the interior is practical and loaded. The full blue package has a tasteful style, and while the odometer reflects the truck’s actual mileage, you can tell by the condition of the upholstery that it has always been treated with respect. In fact, speaking of the seats, we love this era of GMC trucks for having the classic bench while still giving the driver bucket-like bolstering. This is loaded with the best factory features, like power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, cruise control, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And the radio is now an AM/FM/CD unit for upgraded driving music.

Under the hood is the right motor for this truck. The 5.7-liter V8 is the larger of the two small blocks from this era, and so it works well in a light single cab short bed pickup. And because this is a factory fuel-injected machine, it has a great feeling of both pep and consistency. There’s also power steering, power brakes, front discs, and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive to make for a fine all-around driver. So regardless if it’s a grocery run or a cruise-in night, this is a great choice.

Price: $22,995

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Location: Lutz, Florida, United States