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The 1964 GMC 3/4 ton pickup truck with a 305 V6 engine and 4-speed
manual transmission was a heavy-duty truck offered by General
Motors as part of their GMC brand. This truck comes to you with a
more recent restoration and looking absolutely great. The 305 V6
engine was a relatively small and efficient engine for the time,
but very large in the scope of V6's by today's standards. It was
also a relatively new engine option at the time, and it was likely
seen as a more fuel-efficient alternative to the larger V8 engines
that were also available in these trucks. The 3/4 ton trucks were
commonly used for commercial and industrial purposes such as
construction and farming. It would have been popular for its towing
and hauling capabilities. The 4-speed manual transmission would
have provided a good balance of performance and control not to
mention gear ratios for the driver, making it a popular choice for
those who needed a heavy-duty work truck. It would have been used
for towing and hauling heavy loads, as well as for other commercial
and industrial applications. Financing is available and trades are
welcome so call, click or come on by today.
1964 GMC 1500
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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