|Transmission||3 Speed Automatic|
|Front Tire Specification||215/70R15|
|Rear Tire Specification||235/70R15|
|Front Brakes Specification||Power Disc|
|Rear Brakes Specification||Power Drum|
|AM/FM Radio||CD Player||Heat||Vinyl Interior||Front Disc Brakes||Power Brakes|
Back when this 1951 GMC 3100 pickup was built, the GMC models were just a little bigger, more heavy-duty than their Chevy counterparts, and while at first glance they may seem similar, the GMC models definitely have their own appeal. If you like the look but don't really fancy yourself as a conformist, perhaps this beautiful silver pickup will meet your needs.
First off, there were no pickups in 1951 that looked this good. Heck, Cadillacs in 1951 didn't look this good! The sizzling paint is off a late-model color palette and you can't go wrong with bright silver paint on a vintage pickup. Every square inch of the body was sanded and smoothed to give it this look, which means lots of time and money were involved in the process, but boy, did it pay off! The doors fit quite well, and the wood bed floor shines as nicely as the paint does. The five-window cab is the most popular version, with those extra windows on the corners adding visibility and a bit of style as well, while the flared fenders on the stepside bed give even stock pickups a slightly racy look. Nothing was shaved or trimmed, so the running boards are still there, the stock tailgate still proudly wears GMC on its face, and the ... Please ask for the full description.
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- AM/FM Radio
- CD Player
- Vinyl Interior
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Front Brakes
- Power Disc
- Rear Brakes
- Power Drum
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