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Pay attention, because this 1970 GMC Jimmy is the 4x4 you've been waiting for when it's time to make an impression on or off road. With serious big block muscle, a seriously mean look, full convertible top, and a tough/tall stance, this is the fully restored classic SUV that is ready to take on anything.
The square-jaw stance of the first-gen Jimmy makes them instantly aggressive. Of course, this one maximizes that intimidation factor with its tall suspension and a new application of Dark Green Metallic paint. The slickness of the clearcoat also highlights the straightness of the body, and reminds you the quality that comes from a full frame-off restoration. And while the green looks awesome, we really know it's this GMC's dark side that grabs your attention. Up front the black tubular steel bumper knows how to clear the path, and the integrated 12,000 lbs winch is there to make sure there's nothing you can't tackle. Those 20-inch black wheels with Kumho Road Venture M/T tires look tough and add to the aggressively tall stance. In the rear, the diamond plated step bumper has a great look and nicely integrates a trailer hitch. And to make sure these black upgrades look great on this fully coordinated package, you have cool stripes on the hood, large towing mirrors, and the full soft top finished in black, too.
What also makes this first-gen Jimmys so desirable is that you can get a classic SUV that's also a full convertible. So it's great to take down the roof and be fully open to nature. And the full black package inside means you have a well-coordinated color theme inside & out. More than just look nice, this upgraded GMC is absolutely ready to hit the trail. The full roll cage adds strength, and all four people get upgraded seats with racing harnesses to keep them planted at all times (yours are especially nice with proper Sparco units up front.) And because this one is great for going everywhere from the deep trails to the beach dunes, you get to take your best music with you. The Pioneer AM/FM/CD touchscreen stereo is you gateway to everything from a DVD player to a JL audio system w/subwoofer. You've got a Hurst shifter, later model grippy steering wheel, and a full set of AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges â€“ so you instantly know there's something special in the engine bay even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
When you lift the hood, you're going to love that this big engine bay is filled with big block power. This 454 cubic-inch V8 has an ultra-tidy presentation that reminds you the invested nicely in the restoration. And it's a seriously powerful unit with upgrades like the Holley 570 CFM four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock hi-rise intake, Merlin Gen VI cylinder heads, and headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, there are terrific supporting components, like upgraded pulleys, full MSD ignition system, superconductor spark plug wires, electric fuel pump, a large Champion aluminum radiator w/electric fans, and a separate transmission cooler. It's a full package that's said to be rated at 575 horsepower. That's the kind of pure power to keep you out of any trouble on the trails. What also keeps this 4x4 moving are more stout components like an HD transfer case, Dana 60 ARB air locker front differential, and Detroit Locker in the rear. And for those times when you just want to explore the downtown, the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front make this a fine anytime choice.
This is the fully restored and upgraded toy with the power to tow the other toys. It's the cool 4x4 convertible that will be memorable anywhere. But to go everywhere, you first need to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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