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1951' GMC Series 100 Short Bed Pickup

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Body: Pickup

Sonoma Classic Motorcars is proud to present the 1951 GMC Series 100 Pickup Truck. GM's Advance Design trucks rolled into the 1950s, but Chevy and GMC continued to sell more trucks than all rivals—even with Ford's new F-series models on the market after 1948. Notable updates included vent windows being added to the doors in 1951, and a restyled grille and trendy one-piece windshield appearing in 1954. That same year a much improved 235-cid six-cylinder was installed and an optional automatic transmission was introduced. Advance Design production continued briefly into 1955 before the era came to a close. GMC and Chevy’s new “Task Force” trucks were launched, and these last-run Advance Design models carried some Task Force features—accordingly, they are highly prized by collectors today. Please contact Marvin for additional documentation and images. Shipping can be arranged.

1951 GMC Series 100 Short bed Pickup
Engine 350 V8 4bbl carburetor
Automatic Transmission
Brakes Disc
Power Steering

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  • United States
  • 16 October 2020