Colt's truck was an early 1980s GMC 4x4 pickup, with a six inch lift and thirty-seven inch Dick Cepek off-road tires mounted on a sixteen inch chrome wagon-style wheel. It also had a custom-made chrome roll bar mounted with four off-road lights and a custom chrome grille guard mounted with two off-road lights and a Warn winch. One unusual characteristic was a secret compartment in the truck's bed, used to stash away villains, or hide weapons. See more
[opening segment of the series after the credits
This is the story of one of America's great unsung heroes. I mean you've seen him, but you never knew who he was. You've cheered for him and cried for him and women have wanted to die for him. But did he ever get any credit, or the girl? No! He's what we call the "Stuntman", and the reason I'm talking so fondly about him is, well because it's me, Colt Seavers. Anyway, picture work isn't wall-to-wall employment, so maybe you wonder how ...
The Ballad of the Unknown Stuntman
Sung by Lee Majors
Written by Glen A. Larson
, Gail Jensen and David Somerville See more