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1942 GMC Series CC-150 3/4-Ton Pickup 9' Bed

Make: GMC
Model: Other
Year: 1942
Mileage: N/A
VIN: GMC2979244
Transmission: Manual
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Clinton Township, Michigan, United States

1942 GMC Other Additional Info:

1942 GMC Series CC-150 3/4-Ton Pickup 9' Bed - Prior US Army, Military Vehicle, - Clean Green Michigan Title - Not a Rat Rod

Although I hate the term Barn Find; this vehicle is a true Barn Find. She has been sitting for years all covered up in an old Barn. She is a very nice solid vehicle and clean underneath as well. The floor of the bed is a little wavy and has a small hole worn in it, still solid. Older restoration; She is not perfect however; she looks good covered in Beige and Copper (Fenders) paint. This vehicle is in very good condition overall. Completely operable however; she has been sitting for the last ten years and needs some TLC. The exterior paint, trim and mechanics are presentable and serviceable inside and out. A "20-footer". Pretty much all stock except for the 12V conversion.
I have completed some of the TLC; Replaced all Tires with new ones, Tune-Up (now she purrs like a kitten), etc... To bad new cars aren't as easy to work on as this beauty. She needs some brake work.
She was manufactured during the abbreviated 1942 model year, this GMC ¾-ton pickup is quite a rare sight. The new-for-1941 GMC trucks shared a cab and most sheet metal with their equally new cousins from Chevrolet, but GMCs were different trucks under the skin, due to GMC's own overhead-valve 6-cylinder engines. But there were some differences in cosmetics that really set the two trucks apart.Chevy followed the rage in automotive styling at the time with a waterfall grille for the main lower section, but GMC used vertical bars for both upper and lower sections. This gave the Chevy something of an exaggerated rounded chubby-cheek frontal look, while the Jimmy had more of a broader, massive look. Call it more businesslike if you will, and from the truck people at General Motors, that was certainly the target.
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