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1969 GMC Stepside Pickup 350 V8 4 wheel power disc brakes power steering

  • Location: Clearwater, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: GMC
  • Model: PICKUP
  • Trim: Air condition
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 18889
  • VIN: CS10C1A15263
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: V8 5.7L
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1969 GMC PICKUP Air condition Description

1969 GMC Stepside Pickup For Sale. 350 V8 engine, Holley 4 bbl carburetor HEI ignition, automatic transmission, Classic Performance Products 4 wheel power disc brakes, power steering, ceramic coated headers, A/C, 17" polished alloy wheels, custom pin stripes, wood bed, powerful semi air horns, dual mirrors, rain guards, upgraded TMI bucket seat interior, B&M floor shifter, auxiliary gauges, wood rim steering whee, custom rear glass tint, Protect-O plate. Beautiful and built to daily drive. This rare GMC always attracts attention and is refinished in its factory color, turquoise metallic!!! Automotive History: GMC traces its history to the 1902 founding of the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company in Pontiac, MI. In 1909 William C. Durantgained control of Rapid Motor Vehicle Company and made it a subsidiary of his General Motors Company. In 1908 Durant gained control of Reliance Motor Car Company, another early commercial vehicle manufacturer. In 1911 General Motors formed the General Motors Truck Company and folded Rapid and Reliance into it. In 1912 the Rapid and Reliance names were dropped in favor of "GMC." All General Motors truck production was consolidated at the former Rapid Motor Plant 1 in Pontiac, MI. GMC advertising marketed its trucks to commercial buyers and businesses, whereas the Chevy's targeted private ownership. From 1939 to 1974 GMC had its own line of six cylinder engines, first the inline sixes known as Jimmy's from 1939-1959, and then their own Vee-six from 1960-1974, of which a V8 and a V12 version also existed. Additionally, from 1955 through 1959, the less than 2-ton, domestic GMC gasoline trucks were equipped with Pontiac, Buick, and Oldsmobile V8s"”whereas the Canadian models used Chevrolet engines. New Chevrolet vehicles are sold exclusively at Chevrolet dealerships, GMC vehicles are sold alongside Buick and Cadillac dealerships (Pontiac and Oldsmobile branded dealerships also had a similar arrangement). Stand alone GMC franchises exist for sales of the entire GMC line up and includes medium and light-duty commercial models as well. This crossover allowed GM dealers that did not sell Chevrolets to offer full lineups of both cars, trucks, and SUVs by offering GMC's trucks and SUVs. Between 1962 and 1972, most GMC vehicles were equipped with quad-headlights, while their Chevrolet clones were equipped with dual-headlights.