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Last year for the V-6 (305) in pickups was 1969.  The V-6 was dropped in March.  The V-6 was not offered in the Jimmy, and it wasn't offered in the Suburban and panel after '66 either.  Incidentally, the V-6 was a dealer installed option in GMC pickups through the end of 1972.

 

A V-6 Jimmy would have been interesting! 

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It’s the same, in 1973 when I got my license gas was cheap. I could fill my car go to a movie and eat pizza with my date for 10$. I made 110$ dollars a week. My car got 12 miles per gallon if I kept my foot out of it. Gas didn’t seem cheap to me then. My car cost 2995$, I work on a farm from 12-17 years old to pay for it.


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