1967 Gmc Short Wheel Base on 2040-cars
Cleveland, Alabama, United States
You are viewing a 1967 GMC(not a chevy C10--Sorry).This is a short wheel base pickup with the small back glass.I drove this truck home around 50 miles 6 months ago and will try my best to explain what i know about the truck.My mechanic told me it was a early model 1970's 350--2 barrel with 350 turbo.I think the truck used to be a inline 6 with 3 on column.It now is a automatic with B&M Shifter.Truck runs and drives but like all older trucks needs attention in places.Manual brakes(mechanic said it will need right rear wheel cylinder but still brakes.Manual steering.Will need tires.2 barrel will adventually need building but not to bad right now.Will need speedo gear o rings where it goes inside trans.Wipers work.brakes,blinkers,headlights.heater.I drive this truck to office every other week to keep battery charged.Again this is not a Chevy its a GMC.Just a Cool old truck.Front glass is fogging..Will be happy to answer any and all question best to my Ability by e-mail or by phone 205-237-2820.Email anytime.Phone after 4 pm.SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE.......If your interested i would suggest stop by and drive.......Seat belts work.
Clutch pedal still in truck along with column shifter.....Will need hood hinges and front right inner fender(under battery tray).I have also noticed left and right fender are a little diffrent at front by headlight area.Looks like left is suppose to have trim.....MILEAGE IS NOT KNOWN...I had to add a mileage...Thanks......Bed and tale gate little rough.Body sratches,nicks .Rockers have been bondoed on top.....
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