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The vintage GM pickup trucks have been a surprise success in the world of automotive collecting. While they were enjoyed at the time as workhorses that could offer comfort and utility as a daily driver, some examples have managed to stay in great condition, and those are highly desirable in this current climate. People are looking for them to relive some of their college or starter jobs years, or looking to add one to their GM collection to gain value as a collector’s piece. Either way, people love these GM trucks. Which of these two different year model examples would you pickup?
1972 Chevy C10
This lemony yellow C10 is as smooth as butter. It is powered by a 350 cubic-inch V8 engine, backed by an automatic transmission. Hedman headers help it exhale, an Edelbrock carb helps get it fuel, and it has an aftermarket distributor. It has ac and heat, and rolls on a set of alloy wheels. See it here.
1983 GMC Sierra Classic 1500
This GMC is a boxy dream. It gets power from a 5.0-liter V8 engine, backed by an automatic transmission. It has ac and heat, and automatic windows and locks, and rolls on steel rally wheels. See it here.
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