GMC Syclone With Just 278 Miles Gets its First Wash Ever
The GMC Syclone is a pickup truck that has become a cult classic in the automotive community. Originally released in 1991, the Syclone was far ahead of its time. It featured a drivetrain similar to that of the Buick Grand National, which was then fitted into a GMC Sonoma. With a few additional tweaks, the Syclone was born.
Originally, there wasn’t quite enough support to make this truck live past its first year of mass production. With just 3000 units in rotation, though, the Syclone’s popularity has continued to soar as collectors and enthusiasts have been eyeing the platform. At the time, perhaps people didn’t understand it but years later, the car community seems to really put the model on a pedestal. As a result, the truck’s value has increased significantly over the years.
Today, we’ll be taking a closer look at one of the most sought-after Syclone examples in existence, with just 278 miles on the clock, the truck is in pristine condition and looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor. This is exactly how one would see such a machine at their local dealership back in 1991, smells and all!
YouTube detailing expert, AMMO NYC, has gotten his hands on the rare bird to give it its first-ever proper detail. Although detailing the truck seems like a walk in the park, our host faces a challenge because he says that the truck has thin paint that could easily be damaged. Burning through the paint with a detailing tool would be a disaster, needless to say.
Therefore, we get to witness how AMMO NYC takes care to ensure that a gem like this gets the best possible detail to bring it back to perfect condition without anyone knowing anything different. Tune in below to see the process that will guarantee to keep just about any machine in tip-top shape.