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No Reserve: 1951 GMC 100

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No Reserve: 1951 GMC 100

Winning Bid: $29,000 (USD) by: JonathanfromWI

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San Carlos, California


18,882 (Mi)

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350ci V8


Private Party






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This 1951 GMC 100 custom pickup has been with the seller for 25 years and has received a body-off restoration. Power is provided by a 350ci Chevrolet crate engine with an Edelbrock carburetor, Sanderson headers, and electronic ignition, and is paired with an automatic transmission. Modifications include a reinforced frame and front disc brakes. Finished in matte black over a gray vinyl interior, this 1/2-ton GMC is now offered with a clear California title in the seller’s name.

The body is finished in matte black paint, which was applied in 2017. The frame was reinforced at that time, and the front-end components from a Chevrolet Malibu were installed. Custom touches consist of a maroon grille, professional pinstriping on the hood, and an accent stripe along the sides and tailgate. A sliding rear window was installed and the taillights have been integrated into the rear roll pan. The wood planks in the bed are reported to be original per the seller.

Aftermarket 5-spoke 19” dark gray Torque Thrust wheels with a polished lip are wrapped in newer tires, and the truck is equipped with power disc brakes. 

The interior is trimmed in light gray vinyl with a power, split-bench seat, matching door panels, two-tone dash with white pinstripes, dark gray carpet, a fold-down center armrest, and a custom floor-mounted center console with dual cup holders. The shift lever for the transmission is column-mounted, and there is sound deadening material fitted throughout. 

Instrumentation includes a symmetrical, chrome-rimmed cluster with a 120-mph speedometer, readouts for oil pressure, fuel level, voltage, and coolant temperature, and a set of below-dash aftermarket gauges. The 5-digit odometer shows approximately18k miles, which represents mileage since completion of the restoration. True mileage is unknown. 

The 350ci V8 crate engine has been upgraded with an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, Sanderson headers, a K&N air cleaner, and electronic ignition. Power is transferred to the rear wheels through a Turbo 350 automatic transmission and a 9” Ford rear end. A fuel cell is installed underneath the bed as well.

The stock frame has been reinforced and the truck sports a dual exhaust system.

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