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jerry whitfield

1950 GMC show truck from California for sale

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1950 GMC pickup truck, series 150, beautiful red paint, with red upholstery, original, correct, 6 cylinder factory correct 228" Pontiac engine, 101715 miles, floor shift, with beautiful curved front accessory grill guard which is very rare...(bet you've never seen one before). This is a California truck, from a dry section of California with ZERO rust. It has beautiful oak bed with shiny stainless fittings. Rear end has been changed from 4.56 to 3.90 so it goes down the highway better. Also has accessory visor over the front windshield and accessory dash mounted fan which works. Original GMC factory radio! One family owned since new until I bought it. I don't think you will find a nicer truck than this. It is ready to enter into car shows. Priced at what I have invested in it, which is $19950 (firm). 336-765-8312, North Carolina. email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com, delivery available. Have some fun in life and let your dream become a reality.

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A slight correction needs to be made in your description of the truck. The engine is 228 cubic inch overhead valve (OHV) GMC inline six cylinder not a Pontiac. This is the smallest GMC inline 6 cylinder engine. The 1950 Pontiac inline six cylinder is a flathead of 239 cubic inches and was not used in GMC trucks. Pontiac OHV V8 engines were used in GMC trucks in 1955 and later years until they started sharing the Chevrolet small block V8.

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