Dave Ferro. Bensalem, PA. 1991 GMC Syclone
TECH & SPECS
BOOY: 1990 GMC Syclone
MODIFICATIONS: Custom graphics, convertible roof, creative airbrushing, tinted windows and a revamped tonneau cover which supports the roof from sliding around in the bed
PAINT: Sikkens black and teal metallic paint applied by Dave Ferro out of Bensalem, Pennsylvania
INTERIOR: Stock bucket seats with tinted windows/ and a custom convertible roof fabricated by Dave Ferro!
ENGINE: Stock GMC Vortec six-cylinder intercooled turbo with a Kenne Bell Ram Air induction setup
TRANSMISSION: Stock automatic 700R4 with an all-the-time, all-wheel-drive transfer case
STEREO: Stock GMC AM/FM cassette player with stock speakers
WHEELS & TIRES: Stock 16×8 GMC Syclone aluminum wheels with Firestone Firehawk 245/50-16 radial tires
SUSPENSION, FRONT: Stock
SUSPENSION, REAR: Stock
CLUB AFFILIATION: None
The GMC Syclone comes stock with a 4.3 liter Vortec six-cylinder which is turbocharged and intercooled through an air-to-water heat exchanger. Producing 280 horsepower and 350 lb./ft torque from the factory, the Syclone carrying Dave and his daughter CaraMia will run a quick 13.50 in the quarter mile. That’s movin’!
Kevin Belmont is the one responsible for the “race car” lettering which features Dave’s business name, Totally Auto. In addition, Dave sprayed the black Sikkens paint as well as the teal metallic tear graphics which contain airbrushed highlights.