A custom 1993 GMC TopKick with a five-speed manual was recently listed for sale via online car auction Cars and Bids. That alone should be enough to pique the interest of many GM truck fans, but this TopKick is also being offered with no reserve price, which means one lucky bidder could get a hot deal on this low-mileage two-door truck.
Many Chevrolet Kodiak/GMC TopKick models went into service in fleets and as such, they can be notoriously difficult to come by these days. This custom TopKick features a shortened factory frame and bolted subframe, along with the bed from an early 1990s Chevy dually pickup. The current owner also swapped in a 6.0L Vortec V8 engine and an Eaton five-speed manual transmission, along with an Eaton rear axle with 4.63 gears and a 60-gallon fuel tank.
Inside, this unique GMC pickup has a bench seat from a different GM truck, along with an Alpine head unit, air conditioning, classic hand-crank windows and vinyl floor mats. The owner also installed a tow hitch and a trailer brake controller, just in case the new owner actually wants to tow with this truck instead of just driving it around to impress onlookers with its gargantuan size. A set of mud flaps and rear low auxiliary brake lights complete the package.
This unique GMC TopKick has 61,800 miles on the body/chassis, but the actual mileage of the Vortec V8 engine and Eaton five-speed are unknown. The Carfax history report submitted to Cars and Bids also shows the truck, which has spent most of its life in Florida, has never been in an accident. It now resides in Warrington, Pennsylvania.
Check out the auction listing at this link to learn more about the truck. As of this writing, there are still four days left before the auction times out.