GMC Syclone Gets New Coat of Paint at 278 Miles

Factory-Like Performance Truck Look
First Wash Ever GMC Syclone Truck Only 278 Miles Full Detail and Drive!

To an extent, the GMC Syclone was so far ahead of its time. It came out in the early 1990’s and was created for a single model year (only three models were officially purchased by people during that second model year), making it an unusual sight these days. We appreciate catching a glimpse of a well-kept Syclone, however the one featured in this clip is even more remarkable. With only 278 original miles on the odometer, when it made its way to the detailing center at AMMO NYC, it didn’t seem to be in great shape.

Luckily none of the components are damaged or lacking. The major issue, though; is with the thickness and composition of the paint, which needs to be handled meticulously while polishing. First, it is essential to properly cleanse the outside in order to eliminate any dirt and give the technicians a better view of the state of the paint and what method they will use. For most people, just after the wash, the truck sparkles almost impeccably yet taking a closer look reveals plenty of blemishes on the finish.

We have already shown many clips from the AMMO NYC crew and we’re aware that they are highly proficient. This black Syclone’s restoration fully affirms that; the end product looks completely remarkable! Looking at a brilliant Syclone really brightens up our day and gives us a perfect way to begin the week.

As previously mentioned, the Syclone launched in ’91. It housed a turbocharged 4.3-liter V6 engine producing an output of 280 horsepower (209 kW) and generating 350 lb-ft (475 Nm) of torque. Whilst these figures may not be remarkable nowadays, with a 0-60 mph time of less than four seconds still sound fairly attractive. The Syclone was followed up by the GMC Typhoon, a SUV version of the original that carried over the same engine and engineering.

Source: AMMO NYC on YouTube

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