Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is excited to present this 1953 GMC
Series 100-22: Hydramatic Truck. After WWII, Chevy came out of the
box with completely redesigned vehicles. Drivers wanted a more
comfortable ride, equipped with better visibility and more width to
the cargo box. The Advanced-Design Half-Ton Pickup delivered on all
those requests. Produced from 1947 through 1953, the
Advanced-Design played a heavy role in Chevrolet's success during
the first decade after the War. The ratio of sales between cars and
trucks dropped to 2.5:1, and Chevy hit 2 million sales (the first
for any American carmaker) in 1950. Of all the Advanced-Design
trucks produced, the 1953 GMC is coveted the most by collectors.
Not only was 1953 the final year of this body style but it was also
the first year of the rare and highly desirable Hydramatic
automatic transmission. Although it shared many body panels with
Chevrolet, the GMC was considered the heavier duty work truck due
to its stronger drivetrain. The 5-window (Deluxe Cab) offer here
today was treated to a nice restoration. This GMC retains its
Hydramatic transmission, the 235 CID Inline 6 engine runs great,
shifts great, and is super easy to drive. Today this GMC stands
tall and will make the next owner proud. Give our friendly Sales
staff a call on this 1953 GMC Hydramatic for sale right now before
someone else does by dialing 817-310-9400. You can email our team
by forwarding any questions you have or requesting a vehicle
history report to [email protected] Don't see all the
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