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Old 05-15-2006, 04:02 AM
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How popular is a tri Five PU truck GMC type

HI there guys, I have recently bought and imported a mint condition 56 GMC Pick up 1/2 ton unit with a 336 Pontiac V8 with electric Overdrive Borg warner on the tree 3 speed, with overdrive cable pull under dash, this truck was well looked after, as it was never bastard-ized by it last owners, stock as a rock, I get a lot of looks at rod shows and just general driving, I was thinking of slamming it on it's guts and doing the old thing or two but I suspect that these trucks look pretty cool with fat white walls and red colored steel rims that have been widened, to suit tires,
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Are these trucks in the state's getting a lot of attention, are they worth hanging onto as a stocker, are they collect-able, as a chev Man with a project on the go, (57 sports coupe) here in Australia they are worth quit allot of money restored, and are worth allot as projects.
But is this truck popular over there in the states, as there are none here in Australia only maybe a Hand full, so not shore if they on a par with the chev trucks



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IMHO ... it is about the same here in the states ...
No where near as many GMC's as Chevrolets. IF it is really stock and nice ... I believe I would leave it that way and just enjoy it ...

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