4.3 L PFI Turbo charged V6 engine
4 speed auto trans
4 wheel anti lock brakes
AM/FM radio cassete
P245/50VR16 BSW tires
The 1991 Syclone set a new performance standard for hot rod pickups, combining turbo power, all wheel drive and a sport suspension. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is happy to present to you this very unique GMC pick up truck.
Syclone was based on GMC's regular cab compact Sonoma pickup. Coming from a mild four cylinder to the 160hp 4.3L EFI V6 engine, then added a turbocharger with 14 psi boost, oil cooler and dual exhaust outlets. A 4 speed automatic transmission was the only transmission.
The body was painted from it's original black, about 10 years ago, the original black trim is all over this truck and with the correct emblems and a very clean finish. Inside there are two large bucket seats in black cloth trimmed with a bright red piping and red embroidered Syclone is on each seat back.
Gauges are easy to read and understand. They consist of a fuel, temperature, oil pressure, voltmeter and speedometer. Looking up provides a wide view of what's directly up front in the windshield. The odometer reads 33,186, however there was a problem with the speedometer in 2003 and the odometer was reset according to the owner. He informs us that the engine was rebuilt and has less than 10,000 miles on it since the overhaul. So, technically the truck has over 100,000. miles on it, but the engine doesn't.
Air conditioning, stereo cassette, cruise control and a host of power accessories were standard in every truck. Everything is working properly. The 1991 GMC Syclone used the Vortec V6, yielding to a rousing 280 horsepower at 4400 rpm. A four speed automatic transmission was the only one available at the time.