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1975 GMC Gentleman Jim truck. The Gentleman Jim is a very rare and historic vehicle. This was the first luxury truck GMC ever made! In 1975 there were 2800 GMC dealers in the United States but only 1700 participated in the Gentleman Jim program. They made between 1700 and 2500 of these trucks. As far as I am aware- and I've been following this model very closely- this is the only Gentleman Jim that still has the original leather truck bed with walnut slats supporting it. It also has the original set of floor mats. Less than 35000 miles. truck is all original with all accessories that came from the factory. It does have new tires that were a special order, same as factory. bucket seats, bed cover, air, tint, auto, many other options.
No trades please!
The Pick of the Day has had only three long-term owners and very low mileage, and is said to remain in all-original, preserved condition
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