Ferrari Alternative: 1991 GMC Syclone

While the concept of hot rodded SUVs is a trend that continues, single-cab, light-duty pickup trucks with lofty performance aspirations are a dying breed. Yes, I know, they stuffed a Viper drivetrain into a Ram, but that was a… more»

Field of Dreams? Chevy and GMC Truck Projects

If you have a hobby like car or truck collecting, it’s helpful to have lots of land and some steel buildings on your property. Of course, it can get quite dangerous, too, as your collecting can get out of… more»

Yosemite Tour Bus: 1964 GMC Suburban

Hopefully, this long wheelbase GMC Suburban is restored true to its original purpose as a tour vehicle for Yosemite National Park. You have to figure in a few short years, we’re all going to be hurled around such planes… more»

READER AD: 1984 GMC Sierra Classic 1500

What a great looking truck! Reader Charles H has spent the past 4 months or so getting this 4×4 survivor back on the road and cleaned back up. The engine runs great after a fluid flush, it drives as… more»

No Faux Patina: 1987 GMC Stepside Pickup

While I am not necessarily a vintage truck guy, my favorite of the domestics is the short-box, stepside-bed GMC and Chevy twins from the middle 80s. This truck is a great example of the breed and perhaps made a… more»

Hangar Find? The Plane Car!

I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when the conversation that resulted in this hybrid airplane-truck was occurring! Or perhaps the bartender — it might have come after a rather large tab! The PlaneCar… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1951 GMC 5 Window Pickup

Reader Terry W has owned this ’51 GMC pickup for a number of years and has spent much of its life in South Dakota. When moving to Minnesota, Terry left the truck in a garage in South Dakota. Unfortunately,… more»

Buy One Now: 1993 GMC Typhoon

I don’t claim to have a crystal ball, but I have to believe there’s going to be a day when the Typhoon and Cyclone are impossible to buy in decent shape for under $20K. This one here is the… more»

Turbo SUV: 1992 GMC Typhoon Project

Based on the GMC Jimmy of the time, the 1992 GMC Typhoon remains one of the greatest performance SUVs ever produced, with eye-catching styling and impressive driving dynamics. However, any vehicle can deteriorate when left out, which is definitely… more»

One Owner: 1968 GMC 1500 Pickup

The GMC brand has been around since 1911. In more modern times, it has been an alternative to Chevrolet trucks, and in the present day a more premium offering. Unlike today, back in 1968 GMC produced mainly pickups and… more»

Canadian Cousin: 1956 GMC 9300 Pickup

Looking at the pictures there should be no disputing this cool truck is an actual barn find with lots of character. Although some vehicles are purchased for collect-ability and pampered since new, I really doubt this was the case… more»

Is That A GM “Old-Look” Transit Bus?

This is definitely something that we here don’t see often… it appears, to our untrained eyes, to be a public-transit bus from the 1940s and 1950s – specifically, an “Old Look” GM, for sale here on Craigslist near Reading,… more»

Bulldog Barn Find: 1957 GMC Dump Truck

Just as it is with a real dog, everyone has their preferences. Some have an acquired taste for a COE, while others might prefer the look of this 1957 GMC Bulldog dump truck. It is has a buy it… more»

Canadian-Built Workhorse: 1951 GMC 3100

I know, I know – the word patina is thoroughly over-used, a debate we don’t need to enter into here. But sometimes it’s just the best way to describe a truck, and in this case, the seller goes a… more»

Ready to Roll: 1953 GMC 100 Pickup

The climate in California tends to generally be very kind to vehicles, and this 1953 GMC Pickup demonstrates the benefits perfectly. It has spent its entire life there, and for an original and unrestored 66-year-old vehicle, it is in… more»

Junkyard Finds: Classics at Yank-A-Part Yard

One of the comments I make most frequently to salvage yard owners is that they should put their most unusual or special parts cars and trucks online, somewhere, anywhere, in order to drive foot traffic and phone calls. Few… more»