GMC

Patina And Performance: 1968 GMC C10 Short Bed

UPDATE 10/16/19 – This sweet C10 has been relisted here on eBay with a $3k price drop. Is that enough though? FROM 9/20/19 – Is this the quintessential truck of today’s patina and performance fascination? This 1968 GMC has… more»

Ready To Roll: 1941 GMC CC302

There is always going to be an attraction to owning a classic vehicle with a bit of interesting history to it. That’s the case with this 1941 GMC CC302 1½ Ton Truck, which is now looking for a new… more»

Short Bed Survivor: 1963 GMC C1500

This sweet little truck was built for durability by GMC in 1964 and features the optional large rear window. It is located near Dallas, Texas and is listed here on eBay with a current bid of $5,100.

Custom Built By A Legend? 1989 GMC Vandura

Almost as an afterthought, the seller of this custom van briefly mentions in his Craigslist ad that it was built by a “famous builder.”  Scrolling through the ad’s photos reveals three potential candidates: Jim Radoff, Steve Lippman, and famed… more»

Awesome Project! 1949 GMC Shorty Bus

I love shorty buses. When done right, they are really cool and are a great way to get to a car show or family event. The front ends look just like their pickup cousins and the large round passenger… more»

1 of 12 Built? 1972 GMC Suburban

This 1972 GMC Suburban sports a unique raised roof design with additional windows installed, acting as skylights. The seller mentions it is one of 12 made for an vague “Edison Company,” which could be a veiled reference to Con… more»

Stored 35 Years: 1954 GMC 150

This 1954 GMC pickup has been parked for 35 years and just recently removed from its long-time New Jersey resting place. Old-school New Jersey blue plates confirm that this truck hasn’t been registered in some time, but despite this… more»

Small Block Equipped: 1958 GMC Panel Delivery Truck

This 1958 GMC Panel Delivery Truck is ready to hit the road and features a few nice mechanical upgrades. It is a solid vehicle and offers the next owner a world of possibilities when it comes to personalizing it…. more»

Solid Engineering: 1951 GMC Hauler

One of the great attractions of the rat rod scene is the fact that the vehicles not only come in all shapes and sizes but the people who build them demonstrate some pretty fertile imaginations. This 1951 GMC 1-Ton… more»

Short Bed Project: 1978 GMC Sierra

While trucks are utilitarian by nature, many enthusiasts enjoy trucks with standard cabs and short beds to make into cruisers. This 1978 GMC Sierra that Barn Finds reader local_sheriff found here on eBay needs some love, but it is… more»

Cheap Short Bed: 1985 GMC Sierra

Another day, another short bed pickup. This 1985 GMC Sierra is the twin to the more commonly seen Chevy C/10 pickup, but it still has those perfect proportions that only a single cab, short bed pickup can capture. This… more»

Big Block Barn Find: 1969 GMC Sierra

This 1969 GMC Sierra is presented as an honest example with the desirable 396 big block engine under the hood. Despite being listed for sale in Pennsylvania, the seller notes it is originally from California, which could help explain… more»

Heavy Cruiser? 1959 GMC Suburban

Here at Barn Finds, we see a lot of vehicles with tons of patina. Most of them are cars and pickups, but occasionally we get something a little different, like this cool-looking 1959 GMC Suburban. It’s listed for sale… more»

Manual Time Capsule: 1977 GMC Vandura G15

The third-generation of General Motors’ van is a very popular model among van enthusiasts, due to its uncomplicated styling and reliable powertrains. This well-kept short wheelbase 1977 GMC Vandura G15 is available here on eBay, and it’s ready for… more»

High-Performance SUV: 1993 GMC Typhoon

If you’re on the roads these days, SUV models are just about everywhere, but few of them are exciting or noteworthy in any way. That alone makes GMC’s Typhoon such a special model – this SUV was powerful enough… more»

Well Optioned Workhorse: 1948 GMC Truck

While we’re all sick of hearing about patina, there’s no denying the appeal of a truck that wears its honest-to-God workhorse graphics, such as this 1948 GMC pickup. There’s no fake mumbo-jumbo here, just the honest appearance of a… more»