Vehicle Quick Facts

Profile ID: 42289
Year: 1955
Make: GMC
Model: Pickup
Markets: Performance, Resto-Mod, Truck
Vehicle Type: American


Vehicle Story

Nicknamed "Hellfire," this rare, inaugural model year 1955 GMC Cameo custom pickup was professionally built. Completed in late 2017, using only the finest materials and master craftsmanship. Its stunning deep red, PPG Vibrance Hellfire exterior paint complements the black Ultraleather and tan suede interior finished with black Feintuft Velour carpet. The interior features all of the modern conveniences one would expect, including Dakota Digital instruments, Vintage Air, a MasterShift pushbutton shifter, Alpine stereo, Ididit steering column and Colorado Customs steering wheel. Under the hood it is powered by a new GM Performance Parts hot-cammed 495hp LS3 engine featuring an impressive 473 ft/lbs of torque, Holley high-rise intake, Hooker manifold and custom valve covers, all mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission for outstanding looks and performance. A custom fully boxed chassis featuring an Art Morrison Enterprises C7 Corvette front end, C4 Corvette rear suspension, Dana 44 rear end, Strange adjustable coilover shocks and huge Baer 6-piston brakes with drilled and slotted rotors at all four corners gives this truck an aggressive stance and excellent handling and stopping power. Riding on a set of 20” Boyd Coddington wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion tires, the great positioning in the wheel openings only enhance the truck’s already aggressive stance. Black and red Oracle headlights, LED taillights, custom maple bed, black powder-coated chassis with raw aluminum finished suspension components, Eddie Motorsport hood hinges, LizardSkin ceramic insulation and sound control, stainless-steel radiator hoses and custom dual exhaust finish off this sophisticated-looking and sounding pickup.

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