Pristine Pathfinder Conversion: 1981 GMC Vandura 4×4

The 1970s and 1980s were fascinating times in the automotive industry with the prevalence of aftermarket companies cozying up to the big OEMs. It was seemingly never easier to be a small outfit and able to build vehicles fresh… more»

Super SUV: 1993 GMC Typhoon Turbo AWD

The concept of vehicles aging past the point of any likely rise in value is a concept we see played out in real-time as vehicles from the late 70s and early 80s increasingly flat-line on the pricing curve. This… more»

Deck ‘N A Half: 1955 GMC PD-4501 Scenicruiser

Greyhound was founded in Minnesota by Eric Wickman, a Huppmobile dealer who couldn’t sell even one Huppmobile. Partnering up with a couple of buddies, Wickman used his orphan car to ferry miners from town to mine starting in 1914…. more»

Daily Driver: 1972 GMC Sierra Grande Short Bed

Motoring enthusiasts, especially those passionate about classics, often find slipping behind the wheel of a nondescript daily driver is unpalatable. They crave something more interesting that reflects their desire for individuality. This 1972 GMC Sierra Grande could be the… more»

BF Auction: 1980 GMC Jimmy Sierra Classic

With the massive success of the Jeep, IH Scout, and Ford Bronco, GMC needed an SUV to compete, but rather than building a rig of comparable size they decided to build something a bit larger. Part of that move… more»

Rare Project: 1993 GMC Typhoon

For many of us, buying an iconic muscle or sports car can be cost prohibitive. Therefore, the path to ownership can require buying a project-grade version of the performance car of their choice, an option I chose when buying… more»

Diablo Edition? 1984 GMC Caballero

“If you think a pickup has to look tough to be tough, we’ve got a surprise for you: the quality-built ’84 GMC Caballero. You can see for yourself that it’s no ordinary pickup. Not with that crisp distinctive styling… more»

Casa Grande Project: 1976 GMC Jimmy

We all witness “phenomena” in the car hobby: vehicles that suddenly become sought-after, white-hot after years of average sales and interest. This happens frequently with new models, and you see some folks get absolutely hammered when values fall of… more»

Super SUV: 1992 GMC Typhoon Turbo

It seems the Typhoons are not done coming out of the woodwork! I find it fascinating how certain models all of the sudden materialize after seemingly years of never coming up for grabs with any sort of regularity. I… more»

Camper Conversion: 1964 GMC TDH-3501

As best as we can tell, this coach has a commuter look to it and began life as something other than a camper but became one later. It looks to be in good condition and ready for some road… more»

Recent Engine Rebuild: 1993 GMC Typhoon

Another day, another Typhoon: it feels like we’ve had a rash of these high-performance trucks for sale as of late, and it always makes me curious what has prompted multiple owners to pull the trigger on selling. It’s not… more»

Needs Finishing: 1993 GMC Typhoon Project

This 1993 GMC Typhoon perfectly demonstrates the evolution of the automobile industry and changing buyer taste. High-performance models during the 1960s and 1970s had been almost exclusively muscle and pony car territory. However, as buyers embraced Pickups and SUVs… more»

Assortment of 1970s, 1980s and 1990s Vehicles

This collection is newer than most you find. Rather than focusing on the 1950s or the 1960s, this bunch is no older than 44 years. And as new as 24 years. There seems to be no rhyme or reason… more»

Apple Red Rarity: 1992 GMC Typhoon

The GMC Typhoon is one the more collectible vehicles to emerge from the 1990s, and represents a moment in time wherein manufacturers like GM seemed far more inclined to take chances. The idea of a major car company today… more»

Grandpa’s Truck: 1990 GMC Sierra

Pickup trucks are the Labrador retriever of the automotive world: they are somewhat one-dimensional in what they’re good at, but they’re so good at that one thing, you can’t help but love them for it. The single-cab, stripped-down pickup truck is… more»

All Original Survivor: 1980 GMC Jimmy 4×4

While this 1980 GMC is a 4WD model, known as a K-1500, GM offered rear-wheel-drive versions of their Blazer and Jimmy until 1982. I believe this is a Sierra trim 4×4 and it looks pretty good in the photos…. more»