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Old 02-22-2003, 06:13 PM
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Okay, so I need some expert advice. Just bought a 48 GMC PU minus engine & tranny. When I bought it, I thought I was buying a 48 Chevy but when I couldn't find any other Chevy's with the signal lights under the headlights,.....a wise friend happened to drop in and enligten me. My goal was to take the front fenders and hood and put on my 52 Chevy but, that plan is out the door. Bottom line,...will 48 GMC parts be hard to sell since there aren't that many around that I can find on the net? Help.

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Old 02-22-2003, 06:16 PM
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i would sell it if it was cheap. as a whole would be better cause u dont want to get stuck with a bunch of parts... unless there is a lake nearby...
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all the jimmy parts are the same thing as the chevy except for the tailgate hood and grille. The front fenders will fit your pickup. It shouldn't be hard to get rid of the parts, but it would be easier to just sell the whole truck.
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