Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1991 GMC Sierra SLE C1500. In 1912 General Motors patented the GMC truck name and the rest is history. GMC has become known for building dependable trucks that have become the workhorse of America. During the 30’s and 40’s the pickup became more popular than ever as the Army invested in 600,000 GMC trucks during WWII. This fourth generation GMC Sierra was produced from 1988-2002. Manufactured as a full-size truck with varying body configurations, bed lengths, and payload capacities. Offerings also included two-wheel and four-wheel drive trains.
This 1991 GMC Sierra SLE C1500 is painted in dark blue. The body configuration consists of a regular cab with a 6.5′ bed. A set of raised white letter B.F. Goodrich tires mounted on factory chrome wheels, pinstriping, and a framed tonneau cover are added features on this good-looking pickup. The interior consists of cloth bench seating, full carpeting, and many options including air conditioning, tilt wheel, cruise, Am/Fm radio, power windows, and power locks. Under the hood is a 350 V-8 attached to a four-speed automatic transmission. Additional options include power steering and power front disk brakes.