Deluxe Two-Tone: 1989 GMC Suburban V2500

It’s to be expected that family haulers will take some abuse. Especially those that can perform other heavy-duty tasks well. Sometimes, however, we come across examples that have escaped the grips of their presumed pre-determined fate, like this 1989… more»

Nicely Optioned: 1972 GMC K2500 4×4 Pickup

Pickups are some of the most versatile vehicles in the classic world and continue growing in popularity. This 1972 GMC K2500 takes versatility to a higher level courtesy of its stepside service box and 4×4 capabilities. If those features… more»

Original 454: 1984 GMC K3500 Sierra

The ongoing popularity and desirability of classic Pickups means it is unsurprising that we see our shares come across our desks at Barn Finds. Their condition can range from stunning to extremely tired, but this 1984 GMC K3500 Sierra… more»

NAPCO 4WD – 1957 GMC 150 Pickup

With beefy oversized tires and a low camera angle, this 1957 GMC 150 4×4 Pickup looks ready for work or whatever off-road adventure you have in mind. A 347 V8 powers the Middletown, New Jersey classic, currently listed here… more»

All Original: 1976 GMC Sierra Short Bed Pickup

Pickups. Most live a hard life and can look pretty battered and bruised when they have a few decades of hard work under their belts. Some are an exception to that rule, which is the case with this 1976… more»

Patina Lovers! 1947 GMC EC-102 Pickup

Deciding which path to follow with a project build can be challenging, especially for a candidate like this 1947 GMC EC-102 Pickup. It wears a consistent coat of surface corrosion, but its solid nature makes it a prime candidate… more»

BF Auction: 1986 GMC C1500 Long Bed

Manufacturers produced post-war Pickups as workhorses. As such, they offered few concessions to luxury and comfort. That is not the case with this 1986 GMC C1500 Long Bed. It presents exceptionally well, and its interior looks like a place… more»

Already Restored: 1941 GMC Cabover Flatbed

The cab-over-engine (COE) truck began as an “engine under seat” design, produced by Autocar in about 1899. Early trucks didn’t even have cabs – though users sometimes built their own crude enclosures – until the late teens, when the… more»

No Reserve RV: 1977 GMC Motorhome

The benefits of the compact GMC motorhome are well known, with the bulk of the appeal stemming from a shorter wheelbase that makes it easier to pilot – especially appealing for first-time operators of a rig like this. The… more»

No Reserve Hot Rod! 1993 GMC Typhoon

It coulda been a contenda! And this 1993 GMC Typhoon would have been had the General produced more than just 4,600 over a span of just two years (’92 and ’93). But as specialty vehicles go, they’re often short-lived… more»

Rare Variant: 1977 GMC Sprint SP

Is it worth getting excited about a vehicle you know well simply because it bears a different badge? That’s the question before you as you ponder whether it’s worth getting excited about this 1977 GMC Sprint SE, which is… more»

Build Your Own EM-50: 1976 GMC Motorhome

Every once in a while, General Motors hits a bases-loaded home run.  From the small block V-8 and the Tri-Five Chevies to the C-8 Corvette, when GM gets something right it makes history.  Take for example the brief period… more»

BIG Rat Power! 1973 GMC Suburban

Nothing says 1973 like a butterscotch hue! And when it’s sprayed over something the size of a GMC Suburban – well, that’s a lot of butterscotch! Known as a “Super Custom”, this 1973 Suburban presents pretty well but shows… more»

305 cid V6! 1964 GMC 4×4 Pickup

After decades of service as a South Dakota farm truck, this nearly all-original 1964 GMC 4×4 pickup comes to market in running mechanical condition. The faded red original paint, never-repaired dents, and tall skinny tires complete the authentic work… more»

Factory Hot Rod Truck: 1991 GMC Syclone

In the early 1990s, General Motors dabbled in the performance pickup truck market like Chrysler had done with the Dodge Lil Red Express in the 1970s. A one-year-only model, the 1991 GMC Syclone’s speed capabilities were on par with… more»

Don’t Call it a Blazer! 1976 GMC Jimmy

Some people don’t realize that Chevrolet and General Motors Corporation (GMC) produce different vehicles. Urban legend says that GMC-designated vehicles are built with more care and to a higher standard. I’m not sure about that theory, but it does… more»