Surprisingly Stock: 1993 GMC Typhoon

This 1993 GMC Typhoon benefits from a recent repaint but has had a few mechanical issues crop up while it’s been sitting. It’s not exactly a secret that vintage vehicles don’t like to stay parked, and sometimes you can… more»

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44 Years Owned: 1976 GMC Sierra

This 1976 GMC Sierra is described as a desirable short-bed model that’s been in one-family ownership for 44 years. In that time, it has either been garage-stored or parked in a carport, which the seller indicates as being tell-tale… more»

Nicest One Left? 1975 GMC Jimmy High Sierra

This 1975 GMC Jimmy High Sierra is described as one of the nicest ones left by the seller, and pictures seem to indicate this may be a very real possibility. The truck appears to be a completely stock survivor… more»

Barn-Kept! 1952 GMC New Design Farm Truck

Considering this GMC spent nearly its entire life in a barn, we can’t say it was “found” there. Nevertheless, this 1952 GMC 300 pickup in Sweet Grass, Montana seeks a new owner here on eBay where bidding has surpassed… more»

Original Paint Survivor: 1975 GMC Sierra

This 1975 GMC Sierra pickup is a claimed original paint survivor that has remained under the care of one original family until just recently. Featuring a long bed that has supposedly never hauled anything of significance and a 350… more»

Poncho Powered 4X4: 1957 GMC Suburban

Here’s a rare and interesting four-wheel-drive – a 1957 GMC Suburban that is said to have had a Pontiac V8 as its original powerplant. I was intrigued by this and after a little bit of research, found out that… more»

55k Original Miles: 1978 GMC Jimmy

There is nothing quite like blazing a trail through the great outdoors to blow out the cobwebs that can accumulate in our heads from the stress of day-to-day living. To be able to do this in a classic off-roader… more»

Muscle Truck: 1991 GMC Syclone

This 1991 GMC Syclone pickup is presented as a late-production example that is described as nice, clean, and original. Late production in this case means number 2,336 off the line of a total production of 2,995 Syclones made in… more»

Garage Find: $3,500 1971 GMC 2500 Pickup

Like many of you, I watch the auto auctions on TV and look for trends along with what’s hot, what’s emerging and what’s not (anymore). I frequently ask myself, why would someone want that car, truck, custom (fill in… more»

Perfectly Aged Patina: 1954 GMC 150 Pickup

There was a time when a Chevy truck was a Chevy truck and a GMC truck was a GMC truck. They had their similarities, beyond the fact that both were designed and built by divisions of GM, but they… more»

Incredible Patina: 1949 GMC 100

I know some of you aren’t fans of “patina”, but when I saw this ’49 GMC 100 short bed, I just had to feature it. Look at this thing! This is a look only mother nature and time can… more»

7K Mile 1970 GMC 2500 Alaskan Camper Survivor!

This 1970 GMC 2500 camper is quite a stunning survivor. The seller would like a hefty sum of $29,977 to buy this truck now. There is no ability to make an offer. While this truck is located in Newport… more»

Garage Kept: 1984 GMC Sierra Short Bed

One of the bright spots in the collectible vehicle market is the ever increasing love for Squarebody (or Square Body) GM pickups. Built from 1973 through 1987, these rigidly styled trucks have steadily risen in value for the past… more»

NAPCO Conversion: 1958 GMC Suburban

Up for sale is a 1958 GMC Suburban that has had a 4×4 conversion done by NAPCO. It currently resides in Rockdale, Texas and has reached $4,050 at the time of writing from 13 bidders. There is a reserve… more»

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»