1987 GMC Jimmy SBC 350 3 Speed Automatic

Gateway Classic Cars is presenting this 1987 GMC S15 Jimmy in the Milwaukee Showroom.

The culture for lifted trucks has always been rich as the day is long, but this GMC truly takes the cake in terms of a massive and tall truck that combines extreme off-road capability with prime showmanship with the quality of the build.

This monster grabs your attention with a two toned silver and blue paint job that is accentuated with orange graphics making this truck one of a kind right off the bat.

This little SUV has been lifted sky high in order to clear the 41×13.5″ Super Swamper tires giving this truck a true look of bad ass.
Under the hood of this beast lies a 350 cubic inch V8 paired up to a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission offering a lot more horsepower than this build really needs. The V8 makes a thunderous exhale through a set of long tube headers going out to a Pypes stainless steel exhaust system featuring electric cutouts for when it’s time to get loud. All of this power is transferred back to a Dana 60 rear axle which has been loaded with a limited slip differential and a 4:11 gear ratio.

The Jimmy comes as a party on wheels as it has an aftermarket touchscreen radio which sends a hefty powered Hifonics amplifier going out to 6 component speakers and 2 12″ subwoofers giving you enough stereo power to generate noise complaints from blocks away. The party features don’t stop there.

The GMC also comes outfitted with neon under glow lighting that is sure to attract crowds and steal those late night shows for the fact of this being so distracting to look at.

With everything done to this beauty it’s all to easy to say that you will not see one of two alike this and should not be passed on to get an incredible 4×4.


Location: Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States

Seller: gateway-classic-cars

Price: $15,000 <- check here if it's still available

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Originally listed on February 28, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.