This 2004 GMC Sierra 1500 was the recipient of several performance and aesthetic mods, giving it a sharper, street-spec look and feel behind the wheel, all courtesy of Regency. Now, this modded pickup is up for grabs in an online auction.
Outside, we find the regular cab body finished in Fire Red paint, which is complemented by unique exterior bits like a billet front grille, matte black stripes, RST windshield decal, chrome door handles, and custom rear fascia with billet square exhaust tips. In the corners, we find 20-inch Regency Speedster wheels, as designed by Chip Foose.
The upgrades continue into the cabin with black leather upholstery matched to red stitching. There’s also the Regency logo embroidered into the back of the headrests, plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel, carbon fiber interior trim, and a white Regency shift knob. Don’t forget the usual lineup of comfort features, like air conditioning, an AM/FM/CD stereo, power windows, and power locks.
Providing the motivation in this GMC Sierra is a naturally aspirated 4.8L V8 Vortec engine, which now inhales through an aftermarket K&N intake, while exhaling through ceramic headers and performance exhaust system. Additional under-hood details include performance ignition wires and a red engine cover.
Sending output rearwards is a five-speed manual transmission, which replaces the four-speed automatic that came from the factory. The five-speed feeds a 3.73 limited-slip differential. The odometer shows 110,800 miles. As a street truck, the handling was upgraded as well, with new suspension bits and larger brakes.
Of course, with that sort of mileage, it should come as no surprise that this 2004 GMC Sierra does have a few flaws to point out, such as faded clear coat on the tailgate, scratches in the bed, rusty underbody components, and a few other issues.
Now, this custom 2004 GMC Sierra 1500 RST by Regency is up for grabs on cars&bids. As of this writing, the current highest bid of two placed is just $2,826, with five days left in the auction. The truck is located in Detroit, Michigan.