GMC farm truck
Early 50's? In those day, GM used Chevy cabs on their smaller trucks. The engines were GMC OHV sixes with a shorter stroke than the Chevy stovebolt six. That engine was upgraded from 228 cubic inches to 248 in 1954. The first V8 was available in 1955, but again not a Chevy. GM used Pontiac and Oldsmobile V8 engines.
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1951 Chevy Farm/Grain truck with 22k orig. miles - Classic Truck Central
22,4xx original miles – original owner used on farm and always stored inside. Everything is 100% original -still 6 volt -has two rack options and the Little Giant Stake rack appears to have never been used. The Hyd.lift works great. This truck has never failed to start for me in 6 1/2 years. I have …