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1957 GMC Stepside Project! - VIDEO

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Up for sale is this cool 1957 GMC long-bed step side project truck with 98" bed and large rear window. The truck has more than $3500 in brand new parts from Brothers Trucks (see below) and more than 200 hours in labor. The bodywork is more than 85% complete with new doors, cab corners, cab and fenders filled, inner fenders smoothed and filled.

The truck has new body parts from Brothers Truck Parts including; doors ($1400) bed front panel ($130) rolled rear pan ($180), bed sub-floor ($140), radiator support and other miscellaneous patch panels.

I have a good large rear window and deluxe GMC trim which goes around it, along with a rare front GMC emblem. It does need a front windshield and door/vent windows. The previous owner stated engine is in good condition with less than 40k miles on it, it is a 1993 Chevy 350 from a truck with AC pump and TBI.

I believe the transmission is a 700R4 and appears to be rebuilt. The truck has engine mounts crossbars and transmission mounts from Brothers ($180). The front suspension has been converted to mono-leaf ($480) and front disk brakes with under the floor master cylinder conversion ($900) also from Brothers. It has a large 20 gallon aluminum fuel tank installed under the bed ($550) and the original fuel door in the cab has been smoothed. The truck also comes with the original GMC front bumper, and grill. (needs interior, paint, electrical and assembly.) The only body parts which still need work are the rear fenders, they are in fair condition but do have small rust issues at the bottom. I also have a new radiator, some weather stripping, bolt kits, 2 new chrome headlight bezels ($90) and miscellaneous trim items. Clear CA title and current registration.

Doors are not property hung, and aligned in photos.

Bed is not attached to frame.

No tailgate, or wood bed included.

Brothers trucks, Classic Parts, Classic Industries, and LMC Trucks have everything you need to finish this truck at affordable prices. Why drive a Chevy like the rest of the guys when you build a cool 57 GMC! The photo of the finished black GMC truck sold for $79K.

The truck is sold as is, where is. Located in Oakland, CA. For more info, please contact John at with your email for 75+ photos and link to a video walk around of the truck. post-66509-143139328131_thumb.jpg

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