Pontiac Power: 1956 GMC 100 Big Window Stepside Pickup – SOLD!
While Chevy’s mid-1950’s trucks were called the “Task Force” series, GMC offered a virtually identical “Blue Chip” line with one major difference: the latter’s offering came equipped with Pontiac engines. Additionally, examples such as this 1956 “Big Window” stepside first listed in March 2020 on Craigslist in New Rochelle, New York could be equipped with a four-speed Hydramatic automatic transmission. The current caretaker just lowered their price to $19,999 or best offer, which when compared to the NADA Guides Classic Car Online Valuation Tool confirms this private seller has his GMC priced at the lower end of the current “Low”, “Average”, and “High” retail value range of $13,150, $36,400, and $75,600, respectively.
This GMC represents a nice alternative to the sea of Task Force Chevys you typically come across. Good luck with the purchase!
Here’s the seller’s description:
“California Clean Truck (Minimal Rust)
ORIGINAL V8 PONTIAC ENGINE
4 SPEED HYDRAMATIC TRANSMISSION
– BIG WINDOW (RARE)
– CLEAN PAINT
– NEW 2 TONE LEATHER INTERIOR BENCH
– UNDERCOATED FRAME
– GARAGE KEPT
– RUNS DRIVE PERFECT
– NEW TIRES AND ORIGINAL RIMS
– HAVE ORIGINAL REAR BUMPER
– NEW REBUILT STEERING BOX
GREAT TRUCK EVERYTHING WORKS AS SHOULD. BEAUTIFUL ATTENTION GRABBER, TURNS HEAD EVERYWHERE. FAST AND FUN AND EASY TO DRIVE.
ANY QUESTIONS OR MORE PICS. PLEASE TEXT ME (914) FIVE SIX THREE – 4120
Asking $19,999 OBO“
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