It's obvious that GM built 1/2 ton pickups like this 1994 GMC Sierra 1500 with utility and practicality in mind, but they certainly didn't forget about style. Sure, it's still a rugged truck underneath, but on the outside it's one of the best-looking trucks ever built. Add in the slick black paint job with a few 'Harley Davidson' accents normally found on the neighboring Ford F-150, a comfortable A/C interior, and rebuilt 4.3L Vortec motor, and you've got one of the cooler 'modern' classic pickups you can get for under $20k. This truck's sleek, black paint looks fantastic on this GMC Old Body Style (OBS) pickup, especially with the extended cab design and elevated stance of this '94 Sierra. 1994 was one of the last years you could get an extended cab this big without at least one hinged door, and with all the 4-door trucks on the road today, it's nice to see a throwback to the way that things used to be. That super-long cab design on this Wideside pickup really makes the truck look imposing, even with the desirable short bed out back. The finish work on the Black paint is very high-end, so nice that it looks rarely driven and certainly not indicative of the mileage on the odometer. That would lead us to believe that this a faithful respray, and the added 'Harley Davidson' pinstripe and badges, along with the super-clear lenses fore and aft, only further solidify that claim. And with all that laser-straight bodywork still looking like you could set your clock to it, it means it has always been someone's special truck. Out back, the bed was lined with black spray-in bedliner that really looks great with the matching finish, and also means that you can still use this truck like it was originally intended. And there's enough real estate back there to drag away half of Home Depot with you on the weekends. Other neat touches include the big red GMC emblem in the front grille, fresh headlights/taillights, and tinted windows that give the truck a mysterious disposition that works great. Slip inside and have a seat in the bone-stock interior. Comfortable captain's bucket seats up front and a matching rear bench makes this a first-class way to haul you, your people, and your gear - and the two-tone gray cloth upholstery looks nicely maintained throughout. Because this is a modern GMC it is optioned with all the creature comforts of the era, including working air conditioning which still blows ice cold, plus an aftermarket JVC AM/FM/CD stereo, cruise control, power windows, power locks, and a tilt wheel are all at your fingertips, further blurring the line between blue-and-white collar transportation. And we haven't forgotten that this is a truck with a half ton load capacity and so power steering and power front disc brakes make it all manageable. Remarkably, the dash pad isn't even cracked (a recurring problem on OBS trucks) and the giant rear window provides a cool fish-bowl like atmosphere inside. Given the condition of the interior, there's just no question this truck has always been a respected member of the family. Open the hood and inspect the nicely detailed original engine bay. This Sierra is equipped with a rebuilt 4.3L Vortec V6 TBI (rebuilt at 162K miles according to corresponding receipts) that has been fitted to everything from Camaros to, well, pickup trucks. And before you bemoan the lack of 2 extra cylinders (essentially this is a lightweight V8 with #6 and #3 cylinders removed), note that the Vortec V6 was in many ways similar to the V8s of the era, although much more efficient. In fact, the 4.3L V6 was the first to bear the Vortec name, and because the motor was so successful, the Vortec moniker would then be applied across GM's V8 line as well. The Vortecs were popular right away and mass-produced, therefore constantly reaping the benefits of refinements within the electrical and engine management systems, making them the first truly modern GM motors. There's more than enough power available if you choose to leave the motor bone stock like this one, which looks like it just rolled out of the showroom and still runs superbly. The 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission is also performing without complaint and there isn't a better transmission available to have; after all, fuel mileage matters these days. Also take a look at the super clean undercarriage, where you'll find no secrets, thanks to a lifetime in the warm Texas climate, and again, it suggests that this truck has led a very good life. Awesome 17-inch chrome wheels add some flash to the short-bed pickup, endowing it with a sporty demeanor and it carries tough-looking 265/70/17 BFGoodrich radials that add great curb appeal. Still cool after all these years, GM has yet to top the slick OBS trucks of the mid-90s. With this one, you'll be the envy of every cruise night you attend. Call today!