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1993 GMC Sierra 1500 - Six-Packed

Gordon's GMC

Ken BrubakerPhotographer, Writer

One of the cool things about our jobs here at Four Wheeler is that we get to see a vast variety of different rigs. Modifications differ by region, but one thing that stays constant is that behind each rig is a real person. These folks put their heart and soul into their machines. Truly, they make the wheeling world go 'round.

Here is a six-pack of rigs we've shot in our travels. They're packed with cool stuff and they run the gamut of build styles. Most obviously, they reflect their individual owners' needs and desires.

Gordon's GMC
Jerome Gordon received this rig as a bone-stock early high-school graduation gift. Over the years it slowly morphed into a nice-looking owner-built daily driver.


Owner/Hometown: Jerome Gordon/Richland, Missouri
Occupation: Warehouse manager
Vehicle/Model: '93 GMC 1500

Type: Chevy 305ci V-8
Particulars: K&N air filter; Flowtech headers; 2.5-inch-diameter exhaust tubing; Superchips module
Output, hp/torque (estimated): N/A

Transmission: Stock five-speed; Centerforce II clutch
Transfer Case: Stock

Front: Off Road Unlimited straight-axle conversion; 8-inch-lift Superlift leaf springs; Superlift shocks
Rear: Pro Comp leaf springs; 5.5-inch lift blocks; RCD traction bars; Superlift shocks

Front: High-pinion Dana 44; chromoly axle and stub shafts; Spicer U-joints; ORU crossover steering/Detroit Truetrac
Rear: GM 14-bolt/Detroit Locker
Ring and pinion: 4.88:1

Wheels: 16.5x12 Weld Super Single
Tires: 39.5 Super Swamper Bogger

More Cool Stuff: Three-inch Trail Master body lift; Road Armor front bumper; custom paint; ArmorThane bedliner; Auto Meter C2 Shift-Lite tachometer; MileMarker 12,000-pound winch; custom paint by Ed Wilson Auto Works

Owner Quote: "I built the truck the way I did because I wanted a truck that performed well off-road and looked good on the street."