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For Sale: 1956 GMC 1/2 Ton Pickup in Vancouver, Washington


Vehicle Description

1956 GMC 1/2 ton 100 Series - stepside

Engine: 261 inline 6 cylinder 4 speed on the floor

VIN: CY3590

Engine: 3769717 – B52-848-850

Parts:  New mirrors, door handles, new bench seat with black and yellow leather, installed seatbelt's, new visors, new windshield and side windows,  rear window is original, new headlights, rear taillights, new electrical, new tires, black wheels, brakes, master cylinder, calipers, drums, plugs, plug wires, new starter, all new wiring to convert to 12 volts, and alternator replaced generator.  

Other parts:  New cab corners and steps. All new fenders for front and rear of truck. 

New bed including: Tailgate, sides, and front panels. Oak wood bed stained ebony and coated with 8 coats of sealer.

Body work done by local custom painter Olympia WA. All fabrication, paint and assembly completed by the custom painter.

New reupholstered cab seat to match exterior of truck. 

Truck color: Cobalt Yellow with black fenders. Front fender system original for 1956 sandblasted and powder coated black.  

I recently (4/26) moved the truck to the Vancouver Washington area and it is again in dry storage.  This trucks has always been inside in a heated garage and never driven on gravel or dirt roads.  I have all of the receipts from beginning to now on the restoration.  

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-946911
  • Price:$16,500
  • Location:Vancouver, Washington
  • Year:1956
  • Make:GMC
  • Model:1/2 Ton Pickup
  • Exterior Color:Yellow/Black
  • Interior Color:Yellow/Black
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:Inline 6
  • Odometer:300
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Excellent
  • Seat Material:Vinyl
  • Engine History:Original
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive