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Found this old gmc on my grandmothers property anyone know what kind of truck this is?

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I found this old truck on my grandmothers property today it was her husbands from back in the pre 70s im guessing 50s 60s era if anyone coukd identify what kind of gmc this is it would be greatly appreciated all i know is its probably a 1957 to 1959 gmc 9380 by the badging id like to know more details as i cant find much online it may have been a dually im not sure.3e5c5f393ddbe5f22d0ba0f051bc6a6a.jpg30e4155d3eabb5bd886f0a5db9afaf02.jpg87eb0a7080c94efc90f77dbbdc31c17b.jpgb146da17072b25ab54cd54f3276fc88b.jpg

 

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A chainsaw and some buffing, and you've got a fine rolling chassis.  Assuming there are wheels hidden by the snow.

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Could be off here but that looks like a new england truck to me. Can't tell you how many I've seen in NH while hunting that look like that.

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Could be off here but that looks like a new england truck to me. Can't tell you how many I've seen in NH while hunting that look like that.
Yes your probably right as i live just of the border of the new England area as im on new brunswick canada

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A chainsaw and some buffing, and you've got a fine rolling chassis.  Assuming there are wheels hidden by the snow.
Haha yeah thats what im thinking, im going to wait until the spring and see what we got under the snow, ill post updates once the snow melts

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This is very interesting thank you!

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Some updates I dont think she is salvagable outside is good but interior is the shits i still want to salvage her though3345eb0dfb44a7a1e83c863be60e88f2.jpg729a83e7dd3a43f5ac2e8e6fa41550db.jpg9a4d7bb906cbf69b1b6645e77de1fb91.jpg84812f1acd472233cfa3c0a7a80c11f5.jpgc49e54ab2e50c43e32dc5d59688d3d84.jpg94f9913d991fa0f7cadcb9600b491782.jpg341dc3c8b0e2a71b0d22aa7ceb1cd959.jpg205b425bf7620d17d399eccf2511e857.jpg74d126e3a93c678dc216875aaa43fd42.jpg

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37 minutes ago, toyotadude101 said:

Heres another pic of the framee854597ebfbf4d202ab373a0665399d9.jpg

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I wanna say 1962-1966 gmc.

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Maybe Richard Rawlings :D

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hell id dig it up and make it a yard ornament

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Maybe not Richard, but the team at Welderup garage (Vegas Rat Rods) could make my dream truck from this beauty!

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