1977 GMC Desert Fox C10 and Jimmy

1977 GMC Desert Fox C10 and Jimmy
One of the most chic four-wheel-drive unique edition of 1970s has to be the Desert Fox. Part of GM’s Special Emphasis rotate of cars for the decade, the Fox collection reportedly increased $1731.25 to the value of a GMC C10 (2WD) or K10 (4WD) truck or Jimmy SUV.

Every Fox was dressed in Buckskin colorant and interacted to a chaotic five-color earth-tone adornment case. The collection included a three-inch-diameter roll bar and a front guard colorant body color and given by one of the early aftermarket suppliers of off-road environments, Hickey Enterprises of Ventura, California.


1977 GMC Desert Fox C10 and Jimmy


The collection also increased Cibie driving lights. Furthermore, the database of options was large, including an electric winch, folding level steps and a swing-out spare-tire traveler with multiple five-gallon water containers attached on either side.