Back in October, we took a look at a custom 2020 GMC Sierra Single Cab Short Bed, a bespoke pickup truck with sporty, compact proportions unlike anything offered from U.S. dealers. Now, that very same Sierra is headed to auction.
Designed by Eric Brockmeyer, this custom 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 started life as a standard Single Cab model with a Long Box in back, but now, it manages to pull off the Single Cab Short Bed look with flying colors, showing clean body lines and fitment that almost look like they came straight from the factory. For those buyers that lust after the Single Cab Short Bed combo, but feel sore that GM doesn’t offer it, this is certainly an acceptable alternative.
In addition to the Single Cab Short Bed conversion, this GMC Sierra also comes with a variety of extra upgrades, the first of which are custom Lexani Forged custom wheels. Sized at 24 inches by 10 inches in front and 24 inches by 11 inches in the rear, these multi-spoke rollers enhance the Sierra’s custom look by emphasizing just how short that Short Bed truly is.
What’s more, the truck is lowered considerable by way of Belltech suspension, further underlining the pickup’s sporty demeanor.
Draped in Satin silver paint complemented by a blacked-out front fascia, blacked-out grille treatment, and black trim bits, the look is surprisingly understated for such a custom build. Inside, the passengers will enjoy the suede headliner and leather upholstery, while passengers and onlookers alike will get an earful thanks to the Magnaflow exhaust system.
In addition to a feature from GM Authority, this custom GMC Sierra Single Cab Short Bed was also featured in numerous other publications, as well as in SEMA 360. Now, it’s up for grabs as Lot S95 at the upcoming Mecum Auctions Houston 2021 event, scheduled to take place April 8th through the 10th. We’ll see what it can fetch when the final hammer falls.
Source: Mecum Auctions