Classic... One Owner, Documented, All Original, 19K Miles. Only 2995 Syclones were built by GMC.
It comes with Original Factory Window Sticker, Original Factory Windowband, Original Tires, Original GMC Framed Poster,
Original Owners/Maintenance Manuals, Original GMC Brochures, a Lindberg 1/20 Scale Model (new in box, unassembled), Revell
1/25 Scale Mode (New in box, sealed, unassembled), and much more. This truck has been stored inside, and
has original factory paint .
Below is the GMC Syclone “Story”:
GMC Syclone was a high-performance version of the GMC Sonoma pickup truck. Produced in 1991, the Syclone spawned the similarly
powered 1992-1993 GMC Typhoon SUV. Another vehicle, the GMC Sonoma GT, offered less performance but was seen as a companion
At the time it was introduced, the Syclone was the quickest stock pickup truck being produced in the world.
Auto magazines compared its acceleration favorably to a variety of sports cars including the Corvette and - in a memorable
comparison test in Car and Driver magazine - a Ferrari. Featuring a turbocharged 6-cylinder engine, all wheel drive, and 4
wheel anti-lock brakes, the specifications had more in common with a Porsche than most other pickup trucks.
the Syclone and Typhoon (SyTy) trucks featured a Mitsubishi TD06-17C 8 cm² turbocharger and Garrett water/air intercooler
attached to a 4.3 L LB4 V6 engine with unique pistons, main caps, head gaskets, intake manifolds, fuel system, exhaust manifolds,
and a 48mm twin bore throttle body from the 5.7 L GM Small-Block engine. All SyTy's had a 700R4 (4L60) 4-speed automatic
transmission. A Borg Warner all wheel drive transfer case split torque with 35% forward and 65% to the rear wheels. Both
trucks featured sport modifications to the standard suspensions. The Syclone was the first production truck to receive a 4
wheel anti-lock braking system. Output was 280 hp (209 kW) and 350 lb·ft (475 N·m). The Syclone, when new,
was capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds and could do a quarter-mile run in 13.4 seconds at 98 mph (158 km/h).
1991 Syclones were available in black only. 1992 models were to be offered in a wider range of colors before they were canceled.
2995 Syclones were built in 1991, and 3 in 1992. 113 (estimated 31 returned) were reported as Export Sales including a subset
now referred to as the Saudi Syclones — a small number were delivered to Saudi Arabia and modified with a metric dash
cluster, leaded fuel chip, and a resonator in place of the catalytic converter.
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