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Price: $36,995
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Make: Gmc
Model: Other
Body type: Pickup Truck
Condition: Used
Mileage: 121659
Engine: 454 V8
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: Blue
Fuel type: Gasoline
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
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 (844) 582-6139(844) 582-6139 Visit eBay Store 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778of78 Full size photosVideo Full size photosVideo Factory Big Block Truck w/ Believed Orig 454 V8, Auto, Upgraded A/C, Build Sheet Stock #: 5466-DFW Exterior Color: Catalina Blue Interior Color: Slate Blue Body Type: Pickup Truck Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic Drivetrain: RWD Engine: 454 V8 Mileage: 121,659 Vehicle Original VIN : TCZ143A512056We see a lot of Chevy pickups, but relatively few GMCs, and as a result, this 1973 GMC 1500 High Sierra Grande 454 is a rather unusual find. A little more upscale than its Chevy siblings, this one includes a rare, thumping 454 big block V8, a solid list of comfort and convenience options, and a beautifully restored overall presentation that features only 121K actual miles since new, catapulting its status as a future collectable. 1973 was the first offering of the 3rd generation 'Rounded Line' pickups, and considered by many a fantastic year that combines the killer good looks left over from the 'Action Line' trucks before, and the 'Square Body' haulers that came next. Decked out in what is very likely all-original Catalina Blue paint, this low-slung, 'Fleetside', shortbed pickup really looks like a million bucks in person. We don't often see original paint that still shines up this nice, but when you consider the low mileage and account for the level of care this Texas truck has been exposed to since new, things start to make sense. Trucks rarely led easy lives and in 1973 not a lot of guys were buying vehicles like this as collectors' items, so finding one that wasn't worked hard is none too easy. Go over it carefully and there's no evidence that it was ever wrecked or rusty and the squared-off look of these trucks will remain popular for decades to come. It's not perfect, there are some signs of use as any reasonable individual should suspect after 50 years of life on the road, but it's a top driver-quality rig through-and-through, with off-the-charts curb appeal and a laser-straight body still set to factory specs. The regular cab/short bed combination is the one to own if you want to drive and enjoy your pickup, making for a more maneuverable package that feels just about the right size pulling into the Home Depot parking lot. That six-foot bed is in remarkably good condition overall, outfitted with a thick mat on the f...

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Location: Fort Worth, Texas