My 71 Gmc pickup

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My 71 Gmc pickup


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Purchased in 1975 for $2,500...try that today :<)
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love the old gmc's.
my brothers first vehicle was a 70 long wheel base step side. bought it when he as 14 for $350.
I had a 72 Jimmy. My first 4x4.
Do you still own it?
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I have a ragged '72 beater that I gave $800 for in 1988.
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Post by Whiskerfish »

new truck like that today would be what about 2,500% more??
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