1949 GMC 100 By today's standards, the 1949 GMC 100 pick-up would
be the Sierra of its time. This 100 'Rat Rod' is a dependable
everyday driver. From the plank bed to the distinctive 'patina'
finish, this GMC pick-up is an eye-catcher. The body is straight,
and true, but like a beautiful woman does have a 'few'
imperfections. There is even the possibility that some of the
original finish may still be present. Chrome wheels add to the
appearance, blending the nostalgia with the new. The interior is
well 'thought out'. A comfortable bench seat is freshly upholstered
in tan vinyl and the dash houses factory gauges. The fuel tank has
been relocated from the cabin and it has been converted to a 12v
system. The engine compartment is home to a strong inline straight
6 motor. The engine runs well and is a known workhorse from the
era. It has a 3-speed on the column. This GMC 100 is an attention
getter and will soon become a fun ride for the right person. Comes
with a warranty. As far as design is concerned, the 1949 GMC
Pickups were largely what was seen on the 48 models. The entire GMC
line included 75 different models from 4,600 through 75,000 lbs.
There were 224 body and chassis types, powered by a variety of 9
GMC built engines. Two years prior in 1947 GMC trucks restyled
Chevrolet featured the new "Advance Design" cabs. This was a total
departure from the prewar truck line. Cabs were larger and more
comfortable with a larger glass area, standard dual windshield
wipers, improved insulation and much better seats. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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