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Howdy, I figured I might as well start a new post about this 1978 square body that we just found in an old shed. I think most of you would get a kick out of this k10. It came from a local farmer who had it parked for the past 15 years. It's only got 12,000 miles on the clock. It's still sitting on the original tires! All we've done so far is air up the tires, put some gas in the tank, and fired her up. Also gave her a good detail. That little 400 small block purrs like a kitten. If you guys have any info on the Bonanza trim level it would be appreciated.
Hi everyone, I've inherited a 1978 GMC Royal Sierra. The truck has 59,000 miles on it and runs well. The body is in decent shape with some rusting near the wheel wells and in the bed. I'm hoping to sell the truck but I'm having a bit of trouble coming up with a fair price, so I figured I'd ask for some help. Given the mileage and pictures how would you price this truck?
I decided I would make a listing of the all time best Government Motors trucks of all time. I HOPE YALL ARE AWARE THAT THIS IS JUST MY OPINION. BUT I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT THIS LIST IS DAMN NEAR PERFECT. I know this because I am a Chevrolet enthusizt. List going from best to worst: 1) T1XX-easily the best gm truck gm has ever designed. I love my rst and am thinking about a trail boss due to my love of spacer lifts. 2) GMT400-kinda hot tbh it’s just a lil’ uglee 3)K2XX-I like the Z71s and Custums 4) Squarebody-not bad...just a lil’ too square lol 5) gt900-so hot and reliable af. Honestly I put this above Squarebody. 6)trucks made in late 60s to before squarebody (idgaf what they’re called...Dey ugly tho???) honorable mention: el Camino is May B best truck of all time in my correct opinion
Anyone help with battery tie down used in 1989 S15? I can't figure out what factory method was used to secure battery in place. thanks